Moringa Powder as been gaining a lot of popularity these days as a new super food because of it’s highly packed with 90 + nutritional contents, 46 antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, tissue protective properties and micro/macro minerals for cell function.
The powder is source from the leaf of the ben tree also know as horseradish tree or drumstick tree is endogenous to India, Pakistan and Napal. These cultures have used the moringa leafs to fight diabetes, heart disease, anemia, arthritis, liver disease and digestive disorders.
Gram for gram moringa has
- 2 x more protein than yogurt
- 4 x vitamin A of carrots
- 3 x potassium of bananas
- 4 x calcium of milk
- 7 x vitamin C of oranges
1 Table Spoon Contains
- 5.3g Carbs
- 3.8g Protein
- 0.3g Fat
Vital Nutrients found in moringa:
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin B1
- Vitamin B2
- Vitamin B3
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin B7
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin D
- Vitamin E
- Vitamin K
- Antioxidants and Omega 3s found in moringa help keep skin supple, prevent winkles and boost your immune system.
- Moringa contains all the essentials amino acids that will contribute to healthy, hair, nails and scalp.
- With 3 x the amount of iron than spinach moringa boost energy levels by sending oxygen enriched blood to our muscle, organs and tissue.
- Regular consumption of moringa has helped people recover from various arthritic conditions.
- High in calcium studies have shown that moringa can increase breast milk flow in mother in a safe and natural way.
How to get moringa into your diet
- Easiest way to get moringa into your diet is by adding moringa powder to your green smoothy of juice.
- Supplementary capsules are great if you’re not a smoothie drinking hippy like myself.
- Caffeine free Moringa tea is also another handy of getting this super food into your diet.