Super food moringa is better than turmeric
Superfood trends come and go - but it looks like moringa might be the new wellness additive that's here to stay.
Just like most trendy "new" superfoods, the health benefits of the moringa tree have been known in various cultures for hundreds of years, but have just recently found their way into mainstream wellness culture - where you are about to see a lot more of it. According to Google Trends, interest in moringa has been growing steadily for the past five years.
What is Moringa
The Moringa oleifera tree is a small tree that is native to India and Sri Lanka but that grows in many parts of the world. The entire tree is considered edible and it is known for its long twisted pods, from which it derives its name. “Murungai” means “twisted pod” in the Tamil language.
There are 14 varieties of Moringa. The one which grow in northern part of Sri Lanka is the smallest version of the tree, which is the rare and most valuable type among them. The leaves are considered the most nutritious part and are most often used in supplements.
When it comes to inflammation, there aren’t holistic solution like turmeric. The active ingredient in turmeric, curcumin, is a powerful antioxidant and is used to treat issues from acne to gut-imbalances and even as a supplement to cancer protocols. But, there’s a new kid on the anti-inflammatory block that hails from Sri Lanka and it’s rumoured to be even more powerful than turmeric.
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Anti- diabetic and sugar control: Having moringa tea early in the morning is a traditional herbal remedy for hyperglycemia. Recent laboratory studies using leaf extracts on diabetic animals show that this is indeed helpful in regulating blood sugar.
Antibacterial and Antifungal Properties: Moringa tea possesses antibacterial, antifungal and antimicrobial properties and is effective against the growth of disease-causing microbes.
Immune Stimulator: The ethanolic extracts of moringa leaf helps in stimulating the immune system of the body.
Weight loss: Moringa leaves and pods are a nutritional powerhouse and provide a great range and amount of essential proteins, vitamins and minerals. Da cup of moringa tea per day provides the energy that the body needs and prevent the needs of carbohydrate and sugar packed daily food.
Hypertension and Cholesterol: Studies have confirmed the hypocholesterolemic effects of moringa, which helps in reducing high-fat diet-induced rise the liver, kidney and serum cholesterol levels.
Anti-aging : Studies into Moringa Oleifera and anti-aging continue to uncover more and more of its rare and miraculous properties. Appropriately, Moringa, which is also known as the Tree of Life, has been shown to be capable of slowing the aging process and as a result extending one’s lifespan.
Cholesterol reduction: Laboratory studies in rabbits have shown 50% reduction of serum cholesterol and 86% reduction of atherosclerotic plaque formation in 12 weeks of administering Moringa extract.
Weight-loss : Moringa is believed to have a positive impact when it comes to stimulating metabolism. This may as well mean helping your body burning calories at a faster rate. Moringa contains a high concentration of glucosinolates, which are important in breaking down isothiocyanates, some of which is absorbed in your small intestines.
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