Help Us Lease 60 Acres of Farmland

Earlier this year, lava destroyed 60 acres of noni trees. Trees that produced over four million pounds of noni a year. Noni we were counting on to fulfill orders for large clients on the mainland and in Japan. Can you help us recover from this loss? Your contribution will enable us to continue to bring jobs and opportunities to Hawaii Island. Please donate what you can. No amount is too small. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers.

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How to extend your summer mojo through fall and into winter

As fall arrives and the leaves change colors, we know that cooler temperatures and common colds are heading our way. Still, you don’t have to catch a cold just because the temperatures are dropping and the sun is shining for fewer hours. Maintaining your summertime zest through the cold and flu season is possible, all it takes is a little noni boost.*

New research suggests that as internal body temperatures fall after exposure to cold air, so too does the immune system’s ability to beat back the common cold. Since noni supports the immune system’s natural ability to fight disease and infection, it is the perfect cold weather supplement for maintaining your summertime vigor from now until Spring.*

As an end of Summer Special, buy 2 of our two-ounce bags of noni and save $4.00 or buy 3 and save even more!

VO2 max Calculators

V02 max is the maximum rate of oxygen consumption as measured during incremental exercise.

Resting Heart Rate

No physical exertion is required for this VO2 max calculator. You simply need to take your resting heart rate for 20 seconds and enter the number of beats that you count, along with your age, into the form.

One Mile Walk Test

For this VO2 max calculator you’ll need a location where you can walk 1 mile (a local sports track if possible). You will also need a stopwatch so you can record the time it takes you to walk the 1 mile.

Three Minute Step Test

To perform this VO2 max test you’ll need a step that is 16.25 inches tall, a stopwatch, and a metronome (here is a list of 5 metronome apps). Remember to do some light stretching before you start the test.