- 47 Antioxidants
- 36 Anti-inflammatories
- 25 Vitamins & Minerals
- 27% Plant-based protein
- All 8 essential Amino Acids
Phytonutrients and their benefits
Moringa Oleifera is known for it’s many nutritional and medicinal uses and is a good source of protein, vitamins, beta-carotene, amino acids and various phenolics. The Moringa plant provides a rich and rare combination of zeatin (anti-aging), quercetin (anti-cancer), beta-sitosterol (anti-inflammatory / cholesterol / cancer), caffeoylquinic acid (anti-inflammatory) and kaempferol (antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anticancer, cardioprotective among others).
Known in the ancient world
This plant has been known and used by man for centuries and was highly valued by the ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans for it's numerous time honored health properties.
Add 1 teaspoon mixed into a smoothie or sprinkle over food. Do not cook.
Dried Moringa leaf
4 out of 5 people would recommend this product04/11/2018, By LaylaLove this nutrient-dense supplement. Amazing when added to sweetish shakes - it masks the taste07/08/2018, By MitchellThis powder works much better than the tea as you get the whole moringa leaf in...05/02/2018, By LiviaLove this natural supplement. I ditched all the our regular multi-vitamins and only use this. I use one sachet in my smoothie every morning and can only faintly taste it. I can imagine if you drink it with water or milk, that the taste could be very overwhelming. I even put a sachet in my 5-year old daughter's porridge every morning.13/09/2017, By GodfreyI mix it with Mageu / Yoghurt and it does wonders to your body07/08/2017, By LeratoIt does not taste good at all. Difficult to shallow even when mixed with yogisip.
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