Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Moringa and fertility: Does it work?

Moringa and fertility: Does it work?
Moringa and fertility: Does it work?
What are Moringa leaf and Moringa seed health benefits? What is it known about Moringa and fertility?
It is little known about Moringa Oleifera or Moringa tree, which grows in arid areas on sandy soils. It’s country of origin is India, a place where are the foothills of Himalayas. It is also found in Thailand, Africa, Taiwan and Philippines. According to the researches, Moringa leaf contains vitamins, minerals, amino acids and much more.
Moringa leaves are rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, beta-carotene and chlorogenic acid which slows the absorption of sugars at the cellular level. As reported, Moringa leaf has a powerful antioxidant effect, it can fight free radicals, damaging key biomolecules, and protect from oxidation.
Moringa and fertility
Moringa and fertility: Does it work?
A group of Tanzanian researchers has proven that taking 25 g of Moringa powder covers daily requirement of 42% protein, 125% calcium, 61% magnesium, 41% potassium, 71% iron, 272% vitamin A, 22% vitamin C.
Despite the incredible moringa leaf benefits, it was found out that main Moringa Oleifera advantages are root and its bark. They are used not only for food but also for medical purposes: against asthma and for diseases of kidneys.
Moringa and fertility: Does it work?
Moringa leaf powder is used for:
1. stimulation of metabolic processes;
2. maintenance of an optimal level of glucose in the blood (diabetes mellitus);
3. improving memory;
4. maintenance of visual acuity;
5. reducing the level of anxiety and depression;
6. easing insomnia;
7. enhancing the effectiveness of antihypertensive therapy;
8. food supplements.
9. fighting skin aging;
Moringa and fertility
Moringa powder
Moringa and fertility: Does it work?
So, the powder of the Moringa leaves is used to increase lactation and prevent nursing mothers from anemia.
  • One 100 g portion of Moringa leaves could give a woman more than 1|3 of her need of calcium every day and provide her with needed amount of iron, protein, copper and vitamins.
  • Menopause benefits
During menopause the body needs additional amounts of iron and calcium to compensate for excessive bleeding. Due to irregular menstruation and hormonal changes women experience fatigue and sometimes stress. The Moringa leaf powder helps to alleviate the symptoms of menopause.
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Moringa and fertility: Does it work?
• In addition to this, Moringa leaf and seeds can help you fight infertility – both for men and women. If to speak of men, it is advised to mix Moringa with pepper and ginger.
Moringa and fertility boosting
Moringa and fertility: Does it work?
Nutritionist Advises Nigerians On Consumption Of Moringa
Dry leaves can be ground into powder and added to milk and other cocktails. You need to consider that the powder has a much higher concentration, and it should be used with caution.
Terms and conditions storage: 24 months, without access to direct sunlight. Dried Moringa leaf powder has a long shelf life without losing its nutritional value and properties.
Moringa leaves
Moringa and fertility: Does it work?
So, this way hope that you understood that Moringa leaf and seeds are extremely beneficial for your health especially if you want to get pregnant, but you have some problems with fertility, and it doesn’t matter whether you are a man or a woman.

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