One of the most common questions we get is, “Does limu juice work?” That really depends on what exactly you’re looking to accomplish. If you’re asking whether or not your carpet will absorb it when it’s spilled, the answer is yes. If you want to know if it will turn you into a dinosaur, the answer is no. However, in this article we’re going to address some of the main points that people are interested in when searching for answers regarding limu. We’ll talk about where it does work, so your questions get answered!
So How Does it Work?
The word “Limu” is just the Hawaiian name for brown algae (seaweed). It is best known for one of its main ingredients, fucoidan. When people hear someone say that it’s good for health, what they’re mainly referring to is fucoidan. Now, it’s important that we let you know right off the bat that limu isn’t actually meant to treat any type of illness or even prevent anything of the sort. However research has shown that there are some very interesting benefits to fucoidan.
Although I can’t speak for everyone, I can say that when I drink limu I feel much more aware and lively. It’s not the same as caffeine, or the energetic feeling you get with most energy drinks. For me it is more of a naturally energetic feeling. The nutrient-rich limu juice just happens to have this effect on me.
According to an article by cancercenter.com, fucoidan research has shown to fight viruses and inflammation. That same article mentions a study that showed fucoidan killing cancer cells! It’s important to note that the studies conducted on fucoidan and its benefits are still going through the early stages of research. At least at the time that this article is being written, we have not seen that there have been any studies conducted on humans.
So, Does Limu Work?
Your best answer to this question is probably going to be to check out the hundreds of testimonials. Some people (like myself) find it to be very tasty and a great alternative to unhealthy drinks. If you like energy drinks, you should try Blu Frog. It uses the fucoidan-rich limu juice within its ingredients. If you just want limu as a supplement, you might just like Limu Original. And for those of you who are interested in losing weight, try Limu Lean.
I help distribute limu products, but you don’t have to if you’re not certain about all this stuff. Just give it a try first and let us know what you think!
At the end of the day I suggest that you come to your own conclusions about limu and whether or not it works. Go over some testimonials and see if it sounds like a good fit for you. You might just find that limu actually works!
I also just want to mention that I’m not a doctor and this article isn’t meant to be any kind of medical advice. If you’re in need of medical advice, go see a doctor (not me). I can really only speak for myself and my experiences, as well as maybe reference a few other articles online. I hope you found this information helpful! Please feel free to reach out to me any time if you’re interested in getting involved in the limu experience, or if you want more info about limu products!