What is moringa?
The tree of life
Moringa Oleifera is a crop native from Northern India which currently has a large presence all over the tropics.
For hundreds of years it has been assimilated as a food linked to health in several cultures. In Africa it is known as “mum’s best friend” because of its nutritional value.
Organizations such as FAO have been promoting the cultivation of Moringa in countries with nutritional problems for years.
A real superfood
Moringa oleifera is very nutritious. Her leaves has 27% protein, as well as significant quantities of calcium, iron, phosphorus and vitamin A and C.
Several independent medical studies show its potential to reduce blood sugar levels, inflammation injuries and cholesterol.
Instructions for use
Ways to enjoy it
Moringa has a pleasant taste and it is very easy to add it to all kind of dishes in dried leaves, powder or capsules.
It can be eaten alone or in any of the following ways:
- At breakfast: you can sprinkle it on cereals or oatmeal or mixed it with a yogurt.
- In salads: you can sprinkle it on vegetables and it will enhance its nutritional characteristics.
- In infusion: you can take it alone or sweeten it with stevia or honey.
- With meals: you can add it on cooked foods.
- In a soup: adding it in leaves or in powder.
- Fruit juices
About Moringa Nature
Moringa Nature brand only distributes Moringa cultivated under the standards of organic farming, as its SHC certifications and the UE confirm.