Squeezing Cold Cash Out of Three "Hot" Juices
Can drinking fruit juice boost your energy and physical performance? Make your cancer disappear? Help you cheat death? Hundreds of thousands of people would like you to believe that… so you’ll pay $35 or $40 a bottle for the noni or mangosteen juice they sell over the Internet or to their friends.
And claims on the Web and in magazine ads have fueled the sale of pomegranate juice in supermarkets and health food stores across the country. Are these three juices “super,” or just a super opportunity for a lot of people to make a lot of money? Find out by downloading our Nutrition Action Healthletter article.