Moringa, the secret for healthy eyes

Moringa, the secret for healthy eyes

Yes, Moringa is good for your eyes. The nutrients it contains maintain your eye health. To preserve your vision, eat Moringa!

Pollution, UV, computer screens or smartphones, artificial lights… Our eyes are constantly exposed to various aggressions. So much so that it causes discomfort: tingling, tearing, headache, and so on.

However, recent studies show that, in order to prevent those problems, or simply to improve visual performance, we just have to adopt an adequate lifestyle and diet.

Moringa, champion of vision

Three varieties of nutrients are essential for a good vision:

  • Vitamins: they protect the retina. A, C and E is the winning combination. Vitamin A contributes to a better night vision. It is also known that vitamin A deficiency is the leading cause of blindness for people suffering from malnutrition. E reduces the risk of macular degeneration and cataract. Just like C which, very concentrated in the lens of the eye, prevents it from thickening.
  • Minerals: Zinc, chromium and selenium are trace elements. These minerals are essential to the absorption of antioxidant vitamins by the cells. They slow down aging.
  • Essential fatty acids: Omegas 3 or unsaturated fatty acids, for their part, enter the composition of the retina cells and also contribute to the comfort of the sight. Their anti-inflammatory properties help prevent many diseases such as glaucoma.

As you know, moringa contains these three categories of nutrients in quantity. An additional reason to consume this daily superfood.

Food that improve the vision

Fruits and vegetables are good sources of vitamins: carrots, mangoes, spinach for vitamin A for example; citrus fruits, strawberries, kiwis, broccoli or peppers among others for vitamin C. As for vitamin E, it’s found in vegetable oils, cereals and nuts. To fill up with minerals, think of seafood (especially oysters), nuts, whole grains, meat, cheese, mushrooms and yoghurt… Moreover, freshwater fish (salmon, mackerel), ground flax seeds, algae and walnuts are rich in omegas 3.

Change of life, optimise wellness, start with yoga…

Change of life, optimise wellness, start with yoga…

Beautiful slim young woman meditating in lotus position on the beach

If you have decided to change your life, to optimize your well-being, your activities and your diet are the keys. Try yoga by taking a moment in the following poses. The lotus, downward facing dog, and corpse poses (asanas) are very popular in yoga practice.

The lotus (padmasana)

It is considered the best posture for meditation. Yet it might be difficult to execute it correctly as it requires flexibility in the ankles, knees and hips. The idea is to put each foot on the opposite thigh. A possible option for the less experienced is to simply bring the crossed feet back to the pubis without forcing. Arms relaxed, hands resting palms up on the knees, eyes closed, breathe deeply and visualize the air coming in and out of your chest.

Our advice: you can practice it in the evening to relieve the pressure and stress accumulated throughout the day.

The downward facing dog (adho mukha svanasana)

Feet slightly apart in line with the pelvis, squat down and then touch the ground in front of you with both hands. Tuck in your chin and push on your hands. When the body tips forward, keep your arms and legs stretched, your back straight. Tuck in the belly. Hold the pose for a few minutes and try to slow the flow of thoughts.

Our advice: this posture irrigates the brain, relaxes the whole body and releases the diaphragm. Perfect when you feel anxious.

The corpse (shavasana)

Lie on the back, feet slightly apart and turned outwards, arms stretched out along the body, hands relaxed, palms up. Keep the head straight. Breathe slowly while trying to feel the effect of gravity: little by little, the shoulders, the hips, the head seem to sink into the ground.

Our advice: simple but effective, this pose can be the ultimate insomnia cure.

Yoga and relaxation, how does it work ?

By dint of regular practice (constancy being a guarantee of efficiency), you quickly learn to untie your body, to fully stretch it, outside of the sessions. On a daily basis, this translates into an economy of gesture which preserves energy and avoids spending it in vain. In the same way, the mind in turn relaxes: we manage to identify tension, superfluous tension that we often inflict on ourselves unconsciously

and that it will now be possible to identify through mindfulness. These tensions are as many parasites that we eliminate. In a relaxed body, the mind has more freedom to think and intellectual energy is no longer unnecessarily mobilized.

Moringa, best plan for elders…

Moringa, best plan for elders…

Article made by Sandrine, “lemoringaetlesepices”

Moringa, a food supplement of choice for seniors It strengthens the immune system, fights against nutritional deficiencies and above all has particularly interesting nutrients to fight against aging. It makes a contribution to key aging points, particularly in terms of:

of the skeleton,
lipid control
sugar control
maintenance of cognitive faculties
of the maintenance of the free radicals the cholesterol and especially is a powerful antioxydant.

The calcium content makes it possible to strengthen the skeleton and in particular to fight against the risk of osteoporosis.

Moringa contains good fatty acids, monounsaturated, and thus helps to increase good cholesterol by lowering the bad and thus protects the body from cardiovascular disease,

The lack of antioxidants causes the premature aging of tissues and cells, by the multiplication of free radicals.
Our body can intercept and trap these unstable molecules thanks to antioxidants, to slow down the aging of tissues and cells.

The plant very rich in flavanoids, leucine, quarcitine are particularly suitable for people with chronic degenerative diseases, and who constantly suffer from inflammation.

Moringa helps boost memory, concentration and learning ability, as well as stress management. moringa is rich in amino acids, such as altyosine, which allows the synthesis of neurotransmitters, from the latecholamine family, which includes stimulants such as achenolin, norochenoline, and domamine, which play an important role in motivation , memorization, congintion, norodrenaline plays a role in attention, emotions, sleep and learning.

It is essential for seniors to have natural antioxidants often taken, moringa will not cure these diseases but can support the system and protect it, moringa has real anti-inflammatory properties, helps to lower blood sugar, helps to regulate blood lipid levels (cholesterol and tryglicerides), cardiovascular prevention, moringa leaves have neuroprotective properties aimed at improving cognitive functions. To conclude, Moringa also contains tryphoptane precursor of serotonin which is the message of mood and appetite. What better prospect for the serenity of our elders.

Why Moringa is the best supplement for intense efforts ?

Sports and in particular endurance sports solicit the whole body and their practice must be accompanied by an appropriate diet. A food like Moringa if taken over time, for example as a three-month cure before a competition, makes it possible to supplement the food intake in three areas of construction, optimization and repair of the body.

Moringa leaves from ME, for example, contain 94 nutrients including:

  1. 13 vitamins (7 times the vitamin C of oranges, 4 times the vitamin A of carrots, and 3 times the vitamin E of spinach)
  2. 10 minerals (3 times the potassium of bananas and 4 times the calcium of yogurts)
  3. 30% vegetable protein (twice the protein of yogurts)
  4. The 8 essential amino acids that the body does not synthesize
  5. omega 3 and 6

This complement intervenes first in construction or reconstruction with

  1. vegetable proteins better assimilated and less demanding for the kidneys.
  2. Vitamins including vitamin C known for immunity also contributes to the formation of collagen, therefore to the construction of bones and cartilage.
  3. BCAA amino acids, known as branched amino acids, which play a key role in building muscle.

Optimization of organs in full swing,

  1. Vitamins in particular C and B1, B2, B6 act in support of a good cardiac function, contribute to energy metabolism, to the maintenance of red blood cells for the good oxygenation of the muscles with the iron metabolism.
  2. The fibers help the transformation of fats and the BCCAs still contribute to burn these fats and transform them into energy.
  3. Omega 3 and magnesium help in particular to manage stress and concentration.

For repair and recovery, Moringa:

  1. helps reduce inflammation, pain and aches, due to its concentration of isiocyanates and bio phenols, amino acids that reduce inflammation
  2. Reduces oxidative stress resulting from exercise with the production of free radicals, thanks to the abundance of anti oxidants, 46 in Moringa such as vitamin E, chlorogenic acid and quercitin,
  3. Finally minerals and hydration are the keys to recovery
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