Moringa,tree of life

The moringa tree has been used in phytomedicine and ayurvedic healing for centuries. Now, research has proved that it does have many health benefits. The Moringa oleifera tree is indigenous to South Asia but is widely grown and used in other parts of the world like Africa and Iran. Moringa powder is rich in plant bioactive compounds, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. Because it has very few side effects and a wide range of medical applications, it can help with anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antifungal, and antidepressant issues.

Almost every part of the tree can be eaten or used for medicinal purposes. The following parts are edible:
●    Roots 
●    Leaves
●    Oil pressed from moringa seeds
●    Flowers 
●    “Drumsticks” or immature seed pods
●    Mature seed pods



Maintaining your blood sugar in the acceptable range is important. When your blood sugar is too high or too low, this disrupts the normal function of your body resulting in illness and disease.
Diabetes is one such disease that comes as a result of uncontrolled blood sugar. Type 2 Diabetes, in particular, is a lifestyle acquired disease that occurs when the body becomes resistant to insulin.
Insulin is a hormone that the body produces when your blood glucose is elevated. It’s usually secreted by the pancreas after meals.
Bad eating habits, an unhealthy lifestyle and lack of exercise can make your body resistant to insulin leading to the development of Type 2 Diabetes.
Worried that you may develop diabetes?
Well, moringa powder can help to regulate your blood sugar and increase your body’s sensitivity to insulin.

Moringa powder contains chlorogenic acid. This antioxidant was found to have a positive effect on blood sugar maintenance and it also helps the body process sugar better.
Research showed that chlorogenic acid reduces blood sugar in two ways:
●    It increased the amount of glucose that was taken up and used by muscle cells
●    It decreased glucose production by the liver by inhibiting the breakdown of glycogen and fats
For better glycemic control, add a teaspoon of moringa powder to your meals.


High blood pressure (hypertension) is the scourge of our times. According to the CDC, nearly half the adult population of the United States is hypertensive.
Of those, over half a million people die each year from hypertension-related complications of hypertension itself. 
Hypertension complications that can result in death include:
●    Stroke 
●    Heart attack (myocardial infarction)
●    Aneurysm 
●    Heart failure 
●    Metabolic syndrome
Most of these deaths are caused by uncontrolled high blood pressure.
Interestingly, only 24 percent of hypertensive people have good control of their disease.
Moringa powder has antihypertensive properties because it contains Quercetin. This antioxidant decreases oxidative stress on the heart and helps to stabilize blood pressure management systems in the body.
Moringa extract also contains isothiocyanate and niaziminin. These bioactive compounds slow down the thickening of coronary arteries allowing blood to freely flow to heart muscles.
When this happens, heart muscles stop producing inflammatory products and this decreases blood pressure.
If you’re looking for a healthy way to keep your blood pressure in check, add a teaspoonful of moringa powder in your morning smoothie or cereal every day.


Do you suffer from constipation? If the answer is yes, then you know just how uncomfortable it can be when you can’t use the bathroom.
Constipation happens when bowel movements aren’t as regular as they’re supposed to be. It’s associated with the following:
●    Painful bowel movements
●    Stool that is dry and hard 
●    A feeling of not having emptied the bowels after leaving the toilet
Constipation affects everyone from time to time but it’s more common in elderly people. As people age they become less active, and this leads to their abdominal muscles not being as effective at moving food along.
Pregnant women are also at a greater risk of suffering from constipation because of the hormonal changes that are associated with pregnancy.
Even if you’re not affected by any of the above, certain medications, neurological disorders, or a low fiber diet can cause constipation. 


Sometimes you can find yourself suffering from brain fog. Things that were once easy to figure out become hard, and tasks that took minutes to complete now require hours.
This happens to everyone at different stages of life. In the elderly, brain fog is usually associated with Alzheimer’s disease.
It’s estimated that approximately 12 percent of people above the age of 65 suffer from Alzheimer’s.
The number of people affected increases with age and approximately one in three deaths of elderly people are associated with Alzheimer’s or other types of age-related dementia.
A key aspect of Alzheimer’s disease is the oxidative damage to the brain and that’s where moringa powder comes in.
Moringa powder is rich in Vitamin C and Vitamin E, both of which are powerful antioxidants that reduce oxidative damage to the brain. 
If you’ve been feeling low and you’re finding it hard to put on a brave face, moringa can help you too.
Research has shown that moringa powder increases dopamine and serotonin production in the brain. 

10 Health Benefits of Moringa, According to Nutritionists

1. It's extremely nutritious

“Moringa leaves are one of the most nutrient-dense greens on the planet, packed with protein, essential amino acids, 27 vitamins and 46 antioxidants,” says Lisa Curtis, Founder and CEO of Kuli Kuli Foods. That includes key nutrients like calcium, iron, B vitamins, potassium, magnesium and vitamin C. Overall, moringa is rich in macro- and micronutrients and other bioactive compounds which are vital for the normal functioning of the body and prevention of many diseases.

2. It fights against inflammation

Inflammation is a physiological response that happens in the body to protect against infection and restore body tissue injury. “Moringa contains inflammation-fighting nutrients including phytonutrients, antioxidants and antibacterial compounds,” says Smith. Together, these powerful compounds fight inflammation in the body by targeting free radicals (compounds that damage cells) and as a result reduces oxidative stress, inflammation and fights disease. “Two compounds of note are quercetin, a potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent, and isothiocyanates, which aid in detoxification and have anti-inflammatory effects,” Smith says. One study suggests that these specific compounds found in moringa may help alleviate low-grade inflammation associated with chronic diseases.

3. You’ll feel more energized

If you’re looking for an energy boost that is caffeine-free, you might want to consider moringa in your morning routine. “It’s rich in vitamins and minerals, especially iron and vitamins C and D, nutrients involved in energy-yielding metabolism,” Jones says. Moringa also contains B vitamins which helps sustain long-term energy and supports healthy metabolic processes. And the great news is you won’t be left with energy crashes, jitters or anxious feelings, which are common side effects of caffeinated beverages.

4. It may support cognition and mood

The extract of plants like moringa and its effect on enhancing cognition and mood continues to be studied extensively. Moringa may boost cognition given its amino acid and vitamin profile. “It contains tryptophan, a precursor to serotonin, aka the happiness hormone,” Smith says. This feel-good hormone works in the reward centers of your brain and “improves learning, motor function and memory,” Curtis says. You’ll find both vitamins C and E in moringa, potent antioxidants that help reduce oxidative damage to the brain, a major player in the development of some cognitive disorders.
This edible plant might keep your blood sugars stable for the better. “Moringa is believed to aid in blood sugar balance thanks to its chlorogenic acid and isothiocyanates,” Smith says. Chlorogenic acid can potentially control blood sugar levels by regulating the cells uptake or release of glucose (sugar) following a meal. Smith adds that “studies have supported the use of moringa to aid in blood sugar balance with positive effects on fasting blood sugar levels, insulin levels, HbA1c and overall blood glucose control in those that consume moringa powder."

5. It has anti-aging properties

Although there’s no shame in aging, moringa is packed with antioxidants like flavonoids and polyphenols, which may combat premature wrinkles and keep your skin looking youthful, according to research. “Its compounds have powerful anti-inflammatory effects and its anti-aging benefits on skincare are promising but additional research is needed,” Jones says.

6. It may reduce blood pressure

If you struggle with high blood pressure, adding moringa to your diet regularly might make a difference, especially when your routine includes exercise and a nutrient-rich diet. Moringa powder has anti-hypertensive properties because it contains quercetin. “This antioxidant decreases oxidative stress on the heart and helps to stabilize blood pressure management systems in the body,” says Curtis. If you are taking blood pressure medications, you’ll want to speak to your healthcare provider before considering moringa as it may result in your blood pressure becoming too low.

7. It can help with digestion

If you struggle with digestive problems like constipation, the fiber found in moringa may help keep you regular. “It contains soluble fibers as well as insoluble fibers,” Curtis says. Both forms of fiber have many health benefits, especially for digestion. Soluble fiber dissolves in water and turns to gel, slowing digestion and keeping you fuller for longer, while insoluble fiber adds bulk to the stool, making it much easier to pass through the digestive tract, therefore reducing constipation. Not only that, moringa’s nutrition profile contains compounds that help promote the beneficial bacteria in the gut.

8. It may improve cholesterol

Having healthy cholesterol levels is crucial in preventing heart disease. The good news is that “moringa has the potential to decrease cholesterol,” Smith says. According to one study, moringa has hypocholesterolemic (lipid-lowering) and antiatherescotic (prevents the buildup of plaques in artery walls) activities which supports a healthy heart.

9)Moringa May Lower Blood Sugar Levels

High blood sugar can be a serious health problem. In fact, it’s the main characteristic of diabetes.
Over time, high blood sugar levels raise the risk of many serious health problems, including heart disease. For this reason, it’s important to keep your blood sugar within healthy limits.
Interestingly, several studies have shown that Moringa oleifera may help lower blood sugar levels.
However, most of the evidence is based on animal studies. Only a few human-based studies exist, and they’re generally of low quality .
One study in 30 women showed that taking 1.5 teaspoons (7 grams) of moringa leaf powder every day for three months reduced fasting blood sugar levels by 13.5%, on average.
Another small study in six people with diabetes found that adding 50 grams of moringa leaves to a meal reduced the rise in blood sugar by 21%.
Scientists believe these effects are caused by plant compounds such as isothiocyanates 

10)Help your sleep cycle 



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