The ingredients of Moringa
Moringa is not called a miracle tree for no reason. According to the latest research findings, it is the most nutritious plant
in the world. High quality Moringa leaf powder is very rich in nutrients. These include 7 vitamins, 18 amino acids, 26 anti-inflammatory
substances, 46 antioxidants and a very high concentration of omega-3, -6 and -9 fatty acids which are needed for a long and healthy life.
From all plants analyzed so far, Moringa contains the highest concentration of chlorophyll, the "anti-aging hormone" zeatin and many salvestrols.
Ingredients of Moringa in comparison
Moringa powder contains:
- more protein than eggs
- more iron than pumpkin seeds
- more magnesium than bananas
- more vitamin A than carrots
- more calcium than milk
- more vitamin C than oranges
- all 8 essential amino acids for the nervous system and muscle building
- 46 antioxidants to prevent cell damage in the body and to stay youthful
Vitamins in Moringa
Moringa has a lot of valuable vitamins. These include vitamin A, vitamin B1, B2 and B3 as well as vitamin C, vitamin E and K1.
Vitamin A is important for the skin, the hair, the mucous membranes, eyesight and the bone structure. It is also needed for growth and better resistance.
Vitamin K1 renders radicals harmless and supports the immune system.
Vitamin B1 is needed to create energy from carbohydrates. It also supports nervous functions and digestion.
Vitamin B2 is required for the release of energy from carbohydrates, proteins and fats. It is also important for skin and eyes.
Vitamin B3 supports the nervous system and ensures energy production in the tissues and cells.
- Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
VVitamin C supports the white blood cells to fight infections. It is necessary for skin and connective tissue as well as for absorbing iron.
It also promotes wound healing and inhibits the formation of carcinogenic nitrosamines. Vitamin C is also needed for growth and restoration of blood vessels, cells, gums, bones and teeth.
Vitamin E renders free radicals harmless and is required for heart activities and blood circulation, for nerves, muscles and red blood cells.
Zeatin - the fountain of youth in Moringa
Zeatin is a growth hormone from the group of cytokines (cytokines) and regulates the growth in the plants. Moringa has almost 1000 times more zeatin
(0.25 mg per gram) than many other plants. That is why the tree can grow up to 8 m within one year. Zeatin also helps in nutrient transformation in the
human body. It improves the absorption of vital substances and energy transport. In addition, zeatin is very effective for treating skin damage caused
by sunlight and general aging such as wrinkles and age spots. It is known for its anti-aging function and slows down the aging process in the human body.
Scientific studies in Aarhus and China demonstrate the anti-aging effect in Moringa. Zeatin prevents cell enlargement, decreases cell residues and improves
the ability of cells to cope with oxidative stress. The positive effects of the hormone do not have a negative effect on humans and on cell division.
Zeatin cannot be produced synthetically and even its extraction from plants is very complex and expensive.
Antioxidants in Moringa
Free radicals are the cause of many health problems. They are part of molecules and arise internally by faulty combustion processes in the body or externally
by UV radiation, cigarette smoke, environmental toxins, food or by the inhalation of air that contains free radicals. Our cells are damaged by them,
causing malfunctions. The damage to the affected organ is thus increased as more cells are damaged in this way. Cell damage by free radicals causes diseases
and cancer, rheumatism, arterial calcification and Alzheimer's. Therefore, it is extremely important to supply the body with antioxidants. Moringa, with its
46 antioxidants, has the highest number of natural antioxidants ever found in a plant. With Moringa, you can support your body in fighting free radicals and
remain healthy in the long term.
Amino acids in Moringa
Amino acids are organic compounds which are necessary for the construction and strengthening of the nerve pathways for each metabolic process from which
body-specific proteins are produced and for energy production, especially with great physical exertion. Their most important task is the transportation and
optimization of nutrients. The human body requires essential, semi-essential and non-essential amino acids. However, one cannot produce the essential amino
acids himself. Moringa contains all the essential amino acids that the human body needs.
- Valine lowers the feeling of stress, supports muscle build-up, stimulates insulin release and regulates blood glucose level.
- Methionine acts as a fat-dissolver, reduces fat deposits on the liver, strengthens the structure of hair and nails, lowers cholesterol levels and helps with blister irritation.
- Leucine regulates the blood glucose level, accelerates the absorption of the amino acids by the muscle tissue and is stress-reducing.
- Isoleucine is required as a building block for protein synthesis.
- Phentylalanine improves brain receptivity, has an antidepressant effect and promotes sexual arousal.
- Tryptophane is converted into serotonin in the body, has a soothing, mood-enhancing effect and has an antidepressant effect.
- Theronine provides healthy mucous membranes and a strong immune system.
- Lysine promotes calcium deposition in the bones, helps the body to produce hormones, enzymes and antibodies for certain viral infections,
has an antidepressant effect, reduces stressfulness and protects veins and arteries from calcification.
Chlorophyll in Moringa
While buying vegetables and fruits we often check the content of vitamins and minerals. However, many people are not yet aware of the crucial role of chlorophyll
in the human body. It gives the plants the green color by photosynthesis. The higher the chlorophyll content, the better its use. It is extremely useful in the
construction of new blood cells and in the formation of red blood cells in the bone marrow and therefore suitable for people with iron deficiency. In addition,
it can prevent dementia and protect against diabetes. Scientific studies published in the International Journal of Cancer have also shown that chlorophyll may help
fight cancer cells in colorectal cancer.
In general, it can be said that chlorophyll helps the body to heal itself. The enzymes in green plants prevent cell degeneration and aging as well as the emergence
of chronic diseases. Chlorophyll can continue to heal acute infections, accelerate wound healing and neutralize the carcinogenic effects of environmental toxins.
It also promotes the detoxification process. Moringa contains the highest amount of chlorophyll measured so far and is therefore a truly natural medicine.