Moringa, the superfood of all superfoods

I dare say Moringa Oleifera is the superfood of all superfoods. A brave claim, but not one that is misplaced. In the past few years, almonds, matcha, kale and turmeric among many others have had their time in the spotlight, nonetheless moringa is a more dominant legend than most. Its little, unassuming, delicate leaves contain all the nine essential amino acids man needs, making it a total protein source. It’s additionally rich in iron, nutrient B6, and potassium and over 90 other nutrients in varying proportions. Just so you can appreciate the nutritional value of this superfood, allow me to make the following illustrations. A single gram of Moringa contains 25x iron of spinach, 9x the protein of yoghurt, 10x the vitamins in carrot, 15x potassium in banana and 17x calcium of milk. The health benefits this nutrient-dense super plant brings to the table are just amazing. No wonder moringa is called the miracle tree.



Moringa :: The superfood of all superfoods


Nutritional Benefits

Despite the fact that there are numerous organic products in the market, the natural standard we currently have does not ensure that those items are free of contaminants or that they have the full scope of nutrients and minerals they should. That implies that despite everything, we need to eat high sustenance nourishment to enhance our day by day nutritional intake. Moringa is the most ideal approach to ensuring this – it is an entire sustenance and every part of the tree from the flowers to the roots can be used. Moringa leaves in particular can be consumed both fresh and dried (the leaves, when dried, often have a higher concentration of nutrients and maintain their nutritional value for years without refrigeration). The Moringa Leaf Powder has a high concentration of nutrients like calcium, potassium, zinc, magnesium, iron and copper. Vitamins like beta-carotene of vitamin A, vitamin B such as folic acid, pyridoxine and nicotinic acid, vitamin C, D and E.

Through the daily intake of Moringa, individuals have reported Moringa’s ability to aid various ailments and illnesses. Some research indicates that Moringa may help improve vitality, stabilize glucose and cholesterol levels (diabetes), reduce circulatory strain (hypertension), aid assimilation of nutrients (digestion), help with discomfort because of diminished irritation, more milk creation for nursing moms, reduces skin breakouts, provide more iron sufficiency than some iron supplements (anemia), weight reduction and many more.

Moringa seed oil is also helpful in regenerating skin cells and can be used for diverse skin conditions such as eczema, diaper rash, athletes foot, gum disease, dry skin, scars among others. The residue generated from extracting the oil called the Moringa seed cake is mostly used for water treatment since it contains positively charged proteins that serve as effective coagulants for water.

How its Used

You may be wondering how you may include moringa oleifera in your diet, and it is quite easy. You may simply use powdered moringa leaves as a condiment, and sprinkle a tablespoon over a meal. Similarly it can be used in the preparation of soups, stews and even smoothies to give it a nutritional boost. Apart from the leaf powder, other products that facilitate the easy consumption of moringa include moringa teas, moringa energy bars and moringa capsules. For those more interested in consuming it fresh, it may be prepared no different than spinach or cocoyam leaves (Kontomire).


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