Moringa is a tree native to the northwestern regions of India and also grows in many countries in Africa, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, the Pacific, the Caribbean and South America, and has been dubbed over time by the natives of some African regions. of Miraculous Tree.
It stays with green foliage all year round and gives off softly fragrant cream-colored flowers.
It is considered as a “multipurpose tree” because all the different parts of the tree are commonly used, some parts being for food, others for medicines, or in water treatments and also for paper making.
The tree pods due to their shape are called drumsticks and provide a highly nutritious vegetable well known in Asian cuisine.
The leaves are used as a highly nutritious plant supplement to combat malnutrition, particularly in India, the Philippines, Hawaii and some parts of Africa.
Moringa powder from Biosamara is made from dried and crushed leaves.
The leaves have an alkalizing and energizing effect and contain a lot of minerals (calcium, copper, chromium, iron, fluorine, magnesium, manganese, potassium, selenium and zinc), vitamins (A, B1, B2, B6, B9, C , D and E), proteins, amino acids and antioxidants.
These little leaves have great power, they contain more iron than spinach, more vitamin A than eggs, more calcium than milk!
Small daily doses of Moringa Powder provide essential nutrients and vitality for a balanced body and mind. It can help you have more energy, increase your mental focus, provide very complete protein and protect against free radicals.
Moringa has an antioxidant index with an impressive ORAC of 157,000 to 200,000 micromole TE/100g (hydrophilic and lipophilic), being even superior to turmeric (which has 127,000) and Açaí (which has 102,700) and Pomegranate (which has 4479) and to Blueberries (which have 2,400).
Moringa powder can be added to any food or drink to increase its nutritional value.
It is easily digested, well absorbed by the body and is an excellent ingredient to add to smoothies, juices or homemade energy bars. A daily dose of Moringa Powder provides you with a good amount of daily nutrients that your body can use with maximum efficiency.
Moringa nourishes and strengthens and can be a perfect supplement for feeding malnourished children, pregnant or lactating women, children of weaning age and the elderly. Moringa powder can increase breast milk production if consumed before or after the birth of a baby.
Moringa is also a recommended food for people with anemia, vegans and athletes due to its high content of B vitamins, iron and protein
Moringa contains polyphenols that detoxify and protect the liver, and boost immunity, and keep blood sugar and blood pressure levels within a normal range. Moringa also has anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal activity.
It can be mixed in smoothies, juices, water, soups, desserts, cereals, ice cream, rice or soy or almond or Hemp (milk) drinks and cakes.
Recommended dosage: 3g to 6g (1 to 2 teaspoons) per day.
Example of a recipe with Moringa powder – Energy balls with Moringa:
12 pitted dates
1/4 cup of chia seeds
2 tablespoons of cocoa nuggets
2 teaspoons Moringa powder
1/2 cup coconut oil
1-2 teaspoons of powdered cinnamon
1/2 cup of chopped almonds
Place all ingredients in a 1-2-3 food processor or machine.
Grind until evenly mixed and form a dough.
Remove the dough and make small balls with your hands.
Put it in the fridge until it solidifies and it's ready.
Eat one or two balls when you need an energy boost or a healthy treat.
To preserve the freshness of this product:
Avoid exposure to heat.
Avoid direct exposure to sunlight.
Remove all existing air before closing the package.
Close the bag securely after use.
Store in a cool, dry place.
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