Are Aloe drink benefits the real deal?
(PRWEB) March 02, 2014
Aloe Vera drinks have begun to flood shelves in grocery and health food stores across the country in recent years. Many websites and publications claim these juices offer the drinker significant health benefits and a better quality of life. Aloe drink benefits are also disputed by some in the scientific community.
Now, a website dedicated to healthier living is exploring Aloe drink benefits in a brand new report.
“Aloe Vera juice is made using the skin of the popular plant,” said AloeDrink.org spokesperson Jill DeVoit. “Due to its popularity and marketing push, many would just assume that Aloe drink is right for everybody, but that is not always the case.”
DeVoit adds that the compound of Aloe Vera juice is vastly different than the plant’s inner gel, which is used to make topical applications for thousands of years.
“Many studies of Aloe drink benefits have been conducted over the years and we take them all into account in this report,” said DeVoit. “Even after reading our report, people are advised to consult with a doctor or health care professional before making any changes to their diet or health care treatment plan.”
The exploration of Aloe drink benefits is just one of the many reports featured on AloeDrink.org. The site also has reviews of the most popular Aloe Vera drinks on the market, including “Fruit of the Earth”, “Lily of the Desert”, “George’s”, “Alo”, and “OFK”. Visitors are also encouraged to share their thoughts, experiences and opinions by visiting the AloeDrink.org contact page.
“What works for some may not always work for others,” said DeVoit. “We encourage user interaction so that others can have an idea of what to expect in the event they choose to add Aloe Vera products to their daily regimen.”
To learn more about Aloe drink benefits or to simply learn more about Aloe Vera, please head over to AloeDrink.org.