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Moringa, the superhero of superfoods!

Originally from the Himalaya region, Moringa Oleifera has now spread throughout the tropical and subtropical regions of the planet. 5,000 years ago, it was already documented in Indian ayurvedic tradition as a powerful medicinal herb. For centuries, the prolific plant has been used, not only for its amazing benefits but also for its nutritive value.

From the roots to the leaves, including flowers, Moringa is nearly entirely edible. Science has already proven the exceptional value of its nutrients dense leaves which is very rare for a vegetal! As a bonus, the drying process makes the nutrients even denser so that a daily teaspoon of moringa powder can provide a journey dose in vital compounds and traces elements. Thus, moringa can be the solution to fight undernutrition and variety of illnesses.

If we dig even deeper, we find that moringa seeds can be used to purify water and a promising source of biodiesel. They are also in high demand in the cosmetic & skincare industry for their oleic acid concentration (ben oil).

Moringa is widely known as one of the most powerful plant on earth. It leaves are one of the most nutritious food on the vegetal kingdom.

8 essential amino acids

Provides the body with isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, valine and arginine.

Vitamins and minerals

minerals and trace elements

Calcium, chloride, chromium, copper, fluorine, iron, magnesium, manganese, molybdenum, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, sodium, sulfur, zinc.

additional amino acids

In addition, ME Moringa provides the body with alanine, aspartic acid, cystine, glutamine, glycine, histidine, proline, serine and tyrosine.

vitamins

Vitamin A (alpha and beta-carotene), B, B1, B2, 83, 35, B6, 812, C, D, E, K, folate (folic acid), biotin and more.

other beneficial compounds

Chlorophyll, carotenoids, cytokinins, flavonoids, omega (3, 6, 9) oils, plant sterols, polyphenols, lutein, zanthins, rutin and more.

Vitamins

Vitamin A

It's good for your eyes, your immune system and the health of your teeth and skin.

Vitamin B1

It helps maintain a healthy nervous system, and it can improve cardiovascular function and the body's ability to cope with stress.

Vitamin B2

It plays a key role energy production and as such, is a very important nutrient in your diet. In addition, it can also contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

Vitamin B3

It contributes to the proper functioning of the nervous system, normal psychological function and radiant, healthy skin.

Vitamin C

It helps to strengthen blood vessels, increase skin elasticity, improve antioxidant function and supports iron absorption.

Vitamin E

It can play an important role in protecting your cells against oxidative stress.

Vitamin K1

It helps in blood clotting and building strong bones, and is a crucial part of other bodily processes.

Minerals

Calcium

The body needs calcium to build strong bones and teeth. This important mineral also plays a role in neurotransmission and muscle function, including the heart.

Sodium

Sodium plays a variety of important roles in the body, including helping to maintain healthy fluid balance and contributing to proper muscle contraction and nerve impulse conduction.

Potassium

Potassium plays a key role in regulating the electrical activity of the heart, making it vital to maintaining normal heart rhythm. Your body also needs this mineral to build proteins, break down and utilise carbohydrates, maintain proper blood pH and support normal growth.

Magnesium

Magnesium is necessary for the proper functioning of over 300 biochemical processes in the body. As a relaxing ion, its role is to help maintain normal nerve and muscle function, help to steady the heartbeat and support a healthy immune system.

Phosphorus

Phosphorus helps build strong bones and teeth, and plays a key role in protein production and cell repair.

Chloride

Chlorides helps balance the fluids in your body and play an essential role in the production of digestive juices in the stomach.

Vital compounds

Proteins

Proteins are necessary for building and repairing tissue, and are essential components of enzymes, hormones, and other organic compounds.

Antioxidants

Antioxidants protect our cells from damage caused by harmful free radicals.

Omega 3 & 6

These oils are important for brain development, immune system function and blood pressure regulation.

Essential amino acids

The 8 essential amino acids cannot be produced by the body itself. They are building blocks for proteins (including enzymes) and are also involved in the regulation of mood, concentration, sleep and a number of other physiological phenomena

Trace elements

Sulfur

Boron

Chromium

Sulfur helps to increase resistance to disease, regulate blood sugar levels and detoxify the body.

Boron plays a role in the metabolism of minerals that are involved in bone development, such as calcium, magnesium and copper.

Chromium aids in insulin function, making it valuable for regulating blood sugar.

Manganese

Iron

Copper

Manganese plays a role in regulating blood sugar levels, enhances the absorption of calcium and supports connective tissue and bone growth.

Iron helps to metabolise proteins and plays a significant role in the production of haemoglobin and red blood cells.

The human body needs copper to produce the enzymes necessary for various chemical reactions throughout the body.

Zinc

Selenium

Molybdenum

The human body needs zinc, selenium and molybdenum to produce the enzymes necessary for various chemical reactions throughout the body.

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