Moringa: Moringa oleifera and its benefits

Moringa leaves are low in fat and highly nutritional, providing 42 percent of the recommended daily minimum requirement for protein, and 125 percent for calcium. Moringa leaves can be eaten raw, cooked or taken as a tea. Moringa Tea provide dieters with a rich variety of important vitamins, proteins and minerals. In this way, Moringa Tea delivers nutrients without unhealthy fats or high-calorie carbohydrates. This has been confirmed by various researchers, including the ones from John Hopkins University. Moringa provides 42 percent of the recommended daily minimum requirement for protein. 125 percent of the recommended daily minimum requirement for calcium. Its B vitamins help you to digest and to convert foods into energy. It may optimize your metabolism.

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Moringa leaves can be eaten raw or cooked as a vegetable. A more convenient way to benefit from Moringa is to prepare a tea, twice or three times a day. You can stick to your three main meals. Start with a rich breakfast, smaller lunch, and light dinner. Between meals, do not snack. Have a healthy cup of Moringa tea instead! Moringa delivers substantial amounts of important nutrients (a mentioned, that includes B Vitamins, Omega Fatty Acids, iron, potassium, calcium, fiber, amino acids, antioxidants) so the body is satisfied. Once you feel good, you no longer crave for food. Moringa also balances your blood sugar levels, without extreme highs and lows. Your body then starts to burn stored fat.

Moringa is usually taken as tea, powder and capsules. With Moringa, you can avoid the sluggish metabolism and fatigue which often follows dieting. Instead, Moringa leaves you energized and well. By supplementing your food intake with Moringa, on a regular basis, you help to build a strong immune and nervous systems.