Moringa Nutritional Values
Moringa Leaf for energy, endurance, and much, much more.
A You may have seen the following, over enthusiastic, marketing claims made by Multi Level Marketing companies and other vendors. It's totally inaccurate and is making the rounds all over the internet.
Gram for gram, the leaf contains:
- 7 times the vitamin C in oranges
- 4 times the calcium in milk
- 4 times the vitamin A in carrots
- 2 times the protein in milk
- 3 times the potassium in bananas
To gain your trust we'll tell you the real truth based on the USDA Agricultural Research Service report. Gram for gram, the leaf contains:
- 1.1 times the vitamin C in oranges
- 1.5 times the calcium in milk
- 0 times the vitamin A in carrots
- 2.8 times the protein in milk
- 0 times the potassium in bananas
However, moringa leaf contains 16 vitamins, 10 minerals, 18 amino acids, 4 flavonoids, and 0 lipids. For a complete listing compiled not by high pressure salesmen but by the United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, go to our Nutritional Values page.
Our pure, powdered, vegetarian capsules are organic and safe. There are no known side effects. It is gentle enough to be given to babies in Africa to overcome malnourishment. Professional athletes ingest the capsules in mega doses to improve their performance mentally and physically. Moringa is a nutrition rich natural food source that can enhance the health of individuals deficient in the vitamins, protein, and minerals supplied in the leaves. Moringa Tree products are great for people of all ages, especially seniors who are losing their alertness.
Moringa is known around the world by the all the following names: Arango, Árbol de las Perlas, Behen, Ben Ailé, Ben Nut Tree, Ben Oléifère, Benzolive, Canéficier de l’Inde, Chinto Borrego, Clarifier Tree, Drumstick Tree, Horseradish Tree, Indian Horseradish, Jacinto, Kelor Tree, Malunggay, Marango, Mlonge, Miracle Tree, Moringa oleifera, Moringa pterygosperma, Moringe de Ceylan, Mulangay, Murungakai, Narango, Nebeday, Paraíso Blanco, Perla de la India, Pois Quénique, Sahjna, Saijan, Saijhan, Sajna, San Jacinto, Shagara al Rauwaq, Shigru, Terebinto.
The following nutritional information comes directly from the United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service. The nutritional values are not from our specific Moringa Zinga product. They come from an analysis of the "Drumstick tree" which is one of the more common of many names for Moringa Oleifera.
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