International Journal of Food Science, volume 2014 (2014), article ID 276950.
Antiglycation Activity of Iridoids and Their Food Sources.
West BJ, Uwaya A, Isami F, Deng S, Nakajima S, and Jensen CJ.
Daily ingestion of a beverage containing noni juice, cornelian cherry juice, and olive extract reduce skin autofluorescence (a measure of advanced glycation end-product, or AGE, body burden) in an 8-week open-label pilot study involving 34 overweight adults. Also, a cross-sectional population study with 3913 people revealed that increased daily iridoid intake (from noni-based drinks) was associated with a decline in AGE-associated age. (available online at http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ijfs/2014/276950/).