About Miracle Fruit

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“Miracle fruit, or Synsepalum dulcificum, is a bush native to West Africa. Eating the berries from a miracle fruit plant causes bitter and sour foods such as lemons and rhubarb to taste sweet.

This effect lasts between ten minutes and two hours. Miracle fruit is 100% natural and has no known adverse side effects.”

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Miracle Fruit Health Benefits

Miracle fruit, or rather the protein molecule miraculin contained within the fruit, has been found to have substantial health benefits for people struggling with:

› Cancer (chemotherapy)
› Diabeties
› Weight loss
› Heavy medications

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In The Media

If there is information on the web about Synsapalum dulcificum or miracle fruit health benefits, you'll find it here.

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  Miracle Frooties Tablets

Miracle Frooties are guaranteed to contain extract from first grade miracle fruit berries. Fresh miracle berries are freeze dried moments after being picked to produce a powder with the same effect as fresh berries.

The powder is then compressed into Frooties for easier usage. Miracle Frooties are then placed in sealed blister packs of 10 Frooties (tablets) and then further placed in a sealed plastic/metallic packaging. They contain no artificial additives (such as colorants, acids or preservatives).

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Share Your Miracle Fruit Story

If you are someone who has had a positive experience with miracle fruit, we want to hear from you.

There are many people who have heard or read about miracle fruit who are skeptical about trying it for the first time. Sharing your experience may inspire hope in those people who need it most but are afraid to try the miracle fruit.


Miracle Fruit May Help Cancer Patients Fight Malnutrition

Researchers suggest that the “miracle berry” might help prevent malnutrition in diabetics as well as cancer patients who experience a metallic taste and loss of appetite from chemotherapy.

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Miracle Berry Might Help
Cancer Patients Get Back
Their Appetites

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Diabetes, Cancer, Medication, and Miracle Fruits

Medical patients who have to forgo sweet foods and those who are under heavy medication often have to put up with tasteless food or an altered perception of taste due to medication.

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