Moringa - Tree of Life

MORINGA OLEIFERA is a tree native to the Himalayas, and growing abundantly in the tropics,  it is known in ancient cultures as the "Tree of Life and has been cultivated for thousands of years for medicinal and nutritional purposes.

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A SUPER GREEN TO NOURISH YOU AND NOURISH THE WORLD

The leaves of the moringa tree are the world’s most nutrient-rich source of plant protein, containing 92 distinct nutrients and all nine essential amino acids — including methionine and cysteine — compounds rarely found in plants and also make it as a source of complete protein;  it is also dense in iron, beta-carotene, potassium, and calcium.

 

Moringa leaves can be eaten fresh, dried, or cooked. In dried powder form, the leaves can retain their nutritional value for years without refrigeration. 

"Forget Kale, try this New Superfood" 

- Time Magazine

MORINGA VS. KALE

2X

  Protein  

4X 

Iron

3X 

Calcium

2.5X 

Fiber

Kale has been well-known for its high levels of iron, calcium, beta carotene, as well as being a plant source of protein. Moringa also contains high levels of iron, calcium, beta-carotene, B vitamins, and is a good source of plant protein. However, unlike kale, moringa contains polyphenols and isothiocyanates, which have been studied extensively for their role in helping protect against heart disease and cancer, as well as having anti-inflammatory properties.

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Everyday 2 teaspoon of Muze Organic Moringa Powder to Boost Your Daily Life

A small serving of the humble-looking moringa’s tiny leaves has seven times the amount of vitamin C of an orange, four times the calcium of milk, and four times the beta-carotene of carrots, according to nutrition researcher C. Gopalan’s Nutritive Value of Indian Foods. 

HEALTH FROM THE INSIDE OUT...

Many recent scientific studies has already acknowledge the powerful medical value in moringa leave, but acutually moringa has long been prized by diverse healing traditions, including Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine.  Here are the benefits of Moringa Leave: 

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What Benefits Will You Get From Moringa:

  • Reducing inflammation (36 anti-inflammatory compounds)

  • Keep You Active and Energetic (proteins, vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, E & minerals calcium, potassium, iron, folate & magnesium)

  • Boosting immunity and preventing free radical cell damage (46 antioxidants, isothiocyanate, flavonoids)

  • Anti - Cholesterol & Cardiovascular diseases: Alkalizing and Detoxifying the blood (circulatory stimulants)

  • Anti-Diabetes : Reducing blood sugar levels (fibers, quercetin-3-glucoside)

  • Anti-Cancer

  • Good For Brain , Vision, Skin & Hair

  • Promote Metabolism & Healthy Digestion 

  • Release Stress & Sleep Better

Moringa help our bodies defend themselves, it is a potent adaptogenic and immunity-boosting plant

HOW TO INCORPORATE MORINGA POWDER

INTO YOUR DAILY LIFE

 
Using moringa couldn't be easier - just mix 1-2 teaspoons (or half a teaspoon if you're just starting out) into any dish or drink that could benefit from a sprinkling of spinachy greens. The easiest way to think of it as superfood seasoning - so just use it as you would any other green herb or seasoning.

Here are 5 of our favourite ways to do the moringa: 

SPRINKLE... onto salads, eggs, roasted veg, pasta & risotto

BAKE... into savoury bread, brownies, muffins & cookies

STIR... into soups, dips, sauces, casseroles & stews

SHAKE... into apple juice, coconut water & salad dressings

BLEND... into sauces, green juices, smoothies & ice creams