Tuesday 12 August 2014

Moringa: The Ideal Food For Everyone?


PRLog (Press Release) – Feb. 8, 2014 – BERLIN, Germany 
— The Moringa story must be told as many people are still in the dark about this wonderful blessing from nature. With a world grappling from malnutrition, our hope lies in this plant whose leaves are capable of wiping every aspect of malnutrition out of the world not to talk of the many benefits derived from other parts of it, namely: the seeds, flowers, roots and bark. Among all the plants I know I cannot think of a more nutritious one than Moringa. Moringa Oleifera – one of nature’s best-kept health and nutrition secrets What is Moringa? For centuries, people in Asia and Africa have had access to moringa oleifera, one of nature’s most nutritious foods. Often called the Tree of Life or Mother’s Best Friend, it provides families–infants, children, parents, and grandparents–with an abundance of minerals, vitamins, calcium, proteins, and beneficial antioxidants and amino acids. This generous and bountiful plant is life sustaining. In the world of nutrition and natural health, there are some foods that come out of nowhere and then BAM – one day it’s all you hear about. One of those foods is Moringa, often referred to as the Miracle Tree. But unlike some of the hyped up trend-foods of years past, there really are some benefits worth noting when it comes to this one. Without further ado, here are some of the many unknown moringa benefits. Praised for its medicinal value and ability to purify the body while boosting energy levels, Moringa oleifera, is native to the Himalayas of India. Currently, it’s growth is most prevalent in Africa, Central and South America, and Asia. But it’s effects are being felt around the world. Moringa Benefits It’s difficult to find a report online concerning the benefits of this tree from someone who is not involved in trying to turn a profit—and that’s the way it usually goes with these new superfoods. However, if you are willing to dig a bit deeper, there is evidence that this plant has the potential to kill bacteria and parasites, fight diabetes, lower blood pressure, and reduce inflammation throughout the body.

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