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Moringa is often referred to as the miracle tree.
One might wonder why?
The list is endless. But, we’ll try to tell you as much as we can.
Imagine a superfood so powerful, that it offers you more nutrients than you ever think was possible. Our miracle tree Moringa is packed with all essential vitamins, minerals, and protein. Let's break down the incredible nutrients you'll find in every 100 grams of this green powerhouse:
In 100 grams of moringa leaves you'll get
Let's talk antioxidants! Moringa is like the superhero of the plant kingdom, armed with quercetin, chlorogenic acid, and beta-carotene. These antioxidants combat those free radicals which are responsible for premature aging and chronic diseases. What's even more interesting is that moringa goes toe-to-toe with green tea and berries with its antioxidant richness. Also, the amount of chlorogenic acid found in moringa is twice as much as that found in coffee beans. Fulfill your daily dose of antioxidants to safeguard from chronic diseases and have a healthy life.
Inflammation is your body's way of saying, "We have a problem!" Moringa steps in as the guardian with its anti-inflammatory properties. The compounds like isothiocyanates present in moringa help soothe inflammation. Flavonoids, quercetin, and beta-carotene help modulate the immune system's response to inflammation and neutralize harmful free radicals that cause inflammation.
These amazing anti-inflammatory properties of moringa make it essential for everyone. Especially those treating or preventing chronic inflammatory conditions like arthritis, inflammatory bowel diseases, or allergies. As said, prevention is better than cure, make this superfood a part of your everyday meal to boost your health and immunity.
Moringa is rich in monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids, commonly referred to as Omega. Dried Moringa leaves contain 10 times the Omega 3s found in Salmon fish, which up until now has been widely known to be one of the richest sources of Omega 3.
Omega 3 plays a vital role in cell health, immune function, inflammation reduction, etc. in our body. Foods rich in Omega 3 help reduce the risks of heart diseases, Rheumatoid Arthritis. Omegas also helps lower LDL, which we commonly known as 'Bad Cholesterol'. Omega 3 and 6 cannot be produced by the body and the only way to provide their nutrition to the body is through dietary sources. Omega 9, the monounsaturated fatty acids play a preventive and protective role against cardiovascular diseases.
What makes moringa even more miraculous is that it has all nine essential amino acids that our body can't produce on its own.
Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine, Methionine, Phenylalanine, Threonine, Tryptophan, Valine, Histidine, and Arginine are all the essential amino acids present in moringa. Incorporate it into your diet, whether in the form of powder, flour, or our delicious bars to fulfill your nutrient and amino acid needs.
Vitamin A: Moringa has a whopping 0.378 mg of vitamin A per 100 grams, which is 10 times the vitamin A that you can find in carrots.
Vitamin C: Moringa offers approximately 51.7 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams, which puts it in the same league as citrus fruits like oranges and sweet limes.
Vitamin K: Moringa is a super-rich source of vitamin K with a staggering 0.420 mg per 100 grams. Vitamin K benefits in blood clotting, bone health, and has anticancerous properties.
Calcium: Moringa has approximately 185 mg of calcium per 100 grams. It is such a rich source of calcium that it has even more calcium than that found in milk.
Iron: Moringa has around 4 mg Iron per 100 grams, which is more iron than you can get from spinach. This rich source of iron aids the essential function of oxygen transport in the blood.
Magnesium: Moringa offers around 42 mg of magnesium per 100 grams. Magnesium supports your muscle and nerve function making it crucial to fulfill your daily requirement.
Potassium: Moringa provides you with about 337 mg of potassium per 100 grams, which can help regulate blood pressure and fluid balance.