Moringa Leaf: A Complete Nutrition



Moringa benefits

You might have heard of Moringa plant and its high nutritional benefits, but have been wondering what it exactly is and how it works. Well, today’s article is a detailed study of Moringa and its health benefits.

 

What is Moringa?

Moringa or Moringa oleifera is a tree that is native of the Himalayan Mountains now extensively cultivated across Africa, South America and SouthEast Asia. There have been a lot of studies on the plant and its nutritional benefits and research says that this is the most nutrient-dense plant. It positively affects overall health preventing and soothing different health conditions. It improves cardiovascular and neurological health, strengthens digestive system, corrects vision, provides energy and boosts the immune system.

 

Nutrition Content in Moringa:

Moringa is named the most nutritious plant ever studied. It has over 90 essential nutrition compounds.

The leaf of Moringa plant provides –

  • Antioxidants
  • Proteins
  • Vitamins
  • Amino acids
  • Flavonoids
  • Fibers
  • Minerals
  • Chlorophyll,
  • Beta carotene and
  • Phenols

These compounds benefit you health in more ways than you can ever imagine.

 

Health Benefits of Moringa:

Repairs constipated gut – 

For those of you who suffer from constipation, moringa oil and fiber is a natural remedy to treat constipation problems and red our body of all the toxic and bowel waste. It also allows us to absorb the entire nutrients from the food we eat.

Anti-aging - 

Because Moringa is rich in anti-oxidants and amino acids, it helps in making us beautiful. The antioxidants act against the free radicals in our skin giving it a youthful, clear look. Incorporating Moringa in everyday diet also repairs hair and nails.

Improves eye health – 

Beta carotene and Vitamin A supports healthy vision and moringa is rich in both these compounds.

Lower cholesterol – 

Various studies have shown that Moringa can help lowering cholesterol thereby decreasing the risk of heart diseases, strokes and sudden heart attacks.

Prevents cancer – 

Moringa has anti-tumour properties and prevents the growth of cancer cells in the body. Additionally extracts of moringa also combats the side-effects of cancer supporting nutritional shortcomings due to chemotherapy and other cancer treatments.

 

Moringa Nutritional Benefits: A comparison

  • Vitamin C in an orange - Seven times more in Moringa
  • Iron in spinach - Three times more in Moringa
  • Vitamin A in a carrot - Four times more in Moringa
  • Calcium in one glass of milk - Four times more in Moringa
  • Potassium in one banana - Three times more in Moringa
  • Protein in regular yogurt - Two times more in Moringa

 

Moringa is available in capsule or powder form.  Include it in any form in your everyday diet and notice the difference in your health in a few days.

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