Tai Chi Moringa Vita Capsules (500mg) - 1 Box/100 Capsules
"Why doesn't everybody in the world already know about this?"
Above is a common reaction that people have when they discover the astounding nutritional benefits of Moringa. Moringa, commonly known as Moringa Oleifera is one of the most high-potent and nutritional tree leaves grown on the Moringa tree which is commonly found in Asia, Africa and South America.
Nutritionally, Moringa is an excellent source of calcium, vitamin A, B, C and E, potassium, iron, antioxidants, phytochemicals, protein, and dietary fiber. According to recent nutritional studies, Moringa ranks among the top natural products in providing those nutritions, vitamins, antioxidents, as well as vital proteins. A number of scientists have called Moringa "the most nutrients-rich plant ever discovered"
Ayurveda Recognizes and Recommends Moringa for Hundreds of Health Conditions
It has been said that the Moringa plans origially came from Indian subcontinent. India, the Moringa plant has had a long history of success according to India’s age-old medicinal tradition known as Ayurveda (meaning “the science of life”).
Ayurveda texts note that the Moringa plant contains more than ninety different kinds of nutrients. While Moringa has as yet been little known to global audiences, many civilizations across the globe have turned to the Moringa plant for sustenance and as remedies for ailments. Above of all, the plant is also known to maintain good health.
Even today's scientists testified Moringa possesses enormous nutritious benefits
"Green leafy vegetable and fruits supply much needed essential micronutrients like beta-crotene (vitamin A), vitamin C, folic acid and also calcium and potassium. Moringa leaves in particular are a rich, inexpensive source of micronutrients" - Dr. C. Gopalan, President, Nutrition Foundation of India"
"Among the leafy vegetable, one stands out as particulary good, the horseradish (Moringa) tree. The leaves are one of the best plant foods that can be found" - Dr. Frank W. Martin, in Survivial and Subsistence in the Tropics"
"A major advantage to Moringa is the fact that it is a local resource. This contrasts wit many of the ongoing programs desined to fight malnutrition which depend on imported products and outside support..... Moringa is a very simple and readily available solution to the problem of malnutrition" - Lowell J Fuglie, in the Miracle Tree - Morniga olefiera"
"Although few people have ever heard of it today, Moringa could soon become one of the world's most valuable plants, at least in humanitarian terms" - Noel Vietmeyer, US National Academy of Science, Washignton D.C
Moringa Gram-by-Gram Comparison with Other Plants
Let's look at In gram-by-gram comparison, Moringa has been found to contain:
Moringa Contains More of Essential Amino Acids than Vitamins and Minerals Combined
Amazingly, Moringa contains much quantity and the essential amino acids as well. Amino acids are generally referred as the “building blocks” that make up proteins necessary to every cell in the body. Next to water, protein makes up the most portion of our body mass. Proteins assist in the exchange of nutrients between the intercellular fluids and the tissues, blood and lymph system.
A deficiency of amino acids can upset the body’s critical fluid balance. While most of the commonly known 28 amino acids create the different types of proteins the body requires, even 8 of these are not produced within the liver and must be obtained. These 8 key elements are referred to as essential amino acids. All the 8 essential amino acids are surprisingly present in Moringa leaves – the only edible plant found so far to contain all of these important “building blocks” for health!
Here are some list of amino acids found in Moringa
- Needed for hemoglobin formation, stabilizing and regulating sugar and energy level, repairing and healing of muscle tissueIsoleucine
- Leucine - Protects and promotes healing of muscle tissue, bones and skin
- Histidine - Significant in the growth and repair of tissues, protects nerve cells, necessary for the production of both red and white blood cells.
- GABA (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid) - Acts as a neurotransmitter in the central nervous system and assists to inhibit nerve cells from over-firing. Helkps maintain a calm state.
- Valine - Used as an energy source by muscle tissue and maintaining proper nitrogen balance in the body
Healers have long understood the health benefits by Moringa, often using it to treat stress, cleanse the body’s internal organs, help speed up the metabolism, or as an aid for weight loss. Moringa has also long been used to heal and promote the body’s immune functions. Therefore, Moringa is generally viewed as a natural green multi-vitamins.