Benefits of Moringa
Many have heard Dr. Oz touting the amazing, energy boosting properties of pure Moringa leaf. Actually, pure Moringa leaf offers a long list of healthy benefits:
Moringa contains more than 90 nutrients including 46 antioxidant compounds & 36 compounds with anti-inflammatory properties. Moringa contains, gram-for-gram, seven times the vitamin C of oranges, four times the calcium of milk, four times the vitamin A of carrots, twice the protein of yogurt, and three times the potassium of bananas. Even in small amounts, it can supply a wide array of vital nutrients with few calories. Moringa has 18 amino acids, including the eight essentials – ones your body can not manufacture on its own; and must be supplied through diet.
With its complex range of naturally occurring vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other important phytonutrients (plant nutrients), Moringa is a rare powerhouse of nutrition. It has massive amounts of chlorophyll, more protein than soy, a healthy quantity of omega-3 oils, anti-inflammatories, and an extensive range of antioxidants (nutrients that attract and neutralize highly reactive molecules called free radicals that could otherwise damage body cells in ways that initiate cancer development, heart disease and age-related eye damage).
Moringa is rich with these diverse vitamins, minerals, and amino acids but best of all, these nutrients are readily available for your body to absorb. The great majority of multivitamins are created in laboratories, where ingredients are synthesized and packed into a small pill. Unfortunately, most of these ingredients are not readily available to your body because they are not sourced from whole foods. Moringa is a natural, whole-food source for vitamins, minerals, protein, antioxidants, and other important compounds that your body relies on to stay healthy. Moringa-- the gluten-free powerhouse of readily available and easily absorbed nutrients.