Moringa and its health benefits


Moringa has been called the tree of life for years now. But why has it been called the tree of life? Moringa contains an unbelievably high amount of vitamins and minerals enough to improve the lives of many people around the globe. Moringa contains 9 times the protein of yogurt, 10 times the vitamin A of carrots, 15 times the potassium of bananas, 17 times the calcium of milk, 12 times the vitamin C of oranges, 25 times the iron of spinach. Because of all of these great characteristics, Moringa is known to cure or prevent more than 300 diseases.

It is rich in antioxidants, quercetin, and chlorogenic acid which lowers blood sugar levels. However, this is not the only way in which Moringa benefits people currently suffering from diabetes, it may also help prevent diabetic retinopathy because of its abundance of vitamin A. Diabetic Retinopathy is a complication caused by high blood sugar levels that affects and damages the retina and can lead to blindness if untreated. Type one diabetes may benefit as well because of the vitamin C it contains which can decrease the risk of chest pain, heart attacks and more.

Moringa can also act as an iron supplement for women. Iron is an essential mineral important for proper nutrition and health. Women are more likely to have iron deficiencies, especially women who are pregnant or nursing. Iron can also help maintain a clear mind and help with concentration as it helps your brain receive enough oxygen through your blood and aid in the transmission of nerve impulses. Alike from this, Moringa can lower stress levels due to the high amounts of magnesium that help fight stress by helping your nervous system function normally.

As a result of this, Moringa can help to lower high blood pressure. People who suffer from high blood pressure generally lack calcium, magnesium, potassium, Zinc, and Vitamin E. Along with helping the muscles and nervous system relax, moringa contains vitamins and minerals that work together to prevent high blood pressure by keeping the blood vessels strong and elastic.

Moringa can also give an energy boost every morning. It works both ways by helping you reduce tiredness and fatigue and by giving an energy boost. Moringa contains high amounts of iron and magnesium, which fight tiredness and fatigue along with vitamin A which helps metabolize iron. Although Moringa is caffeine free, it provides the perfect energy boost from its combination of vitamin B as well as magnesium and potassium. The high levels of iron, calcium, and magnesium also help boost your metabolism to keep your body balanced and full of energy.

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