Planet Earth’s Most Potent SuperfoodAbby
How much healthier you’d be if you drank the most dense whole plant based phytonutrient on Planet Earth on a daily basis?
How fast your body might heal itself of diseases, aches and pains. For only the body heals?
How much younger you’d look and feel?
How much more energy you would have to do the things you love?
What would it mean to U to go to the doctor and not have him say, “That’s normal for your age.”?
You can live that ‘abnormal life’ that others only dream of when you make Whole Plant Based Superfood Nutrition a way of life. You have only one thing to do, get out of the way and let your body do the thinking. Moringa is known and prized for its medicinal purposes in 82 countries, by 210 different names. Indigenous and ancient peoples, including the Roman, Greek, Egyptian, and Indian (Ayurvedic), have used this plant for thousands of years, with known writings dating back to 150 A.D. Life is full of magic in the way that when you hit the wall and wonder what now, the answer pops up just like a ‘miracle tree’.
The Discovery Channel was so impressed with the Moringa tree that it created a multimillion-dollar documentary on the tree. A first in the National Institutes of HealthTV industry.
National Institutes of Health (NIH): The March 2008 issue of the NIH “Record” praises Moringa Oleifera and states that;
It was also recognized by the National Institutes of Health as the Botanical of the Year for 2007, and praised again in 2011 and 2012. It is valued worldwide for its ability to treat over 300 diseases. It has the ability to retain high concentrations of electrolyte minerals, allowing it to stay internally hydrated in the driest of conditions. Africans have honored it with names that translate as: “Never Die,” and “The Only Thing that Grows in the Dry Season,” “Manna Tree” and “Mother’s Milk.” The Moringa tree is helping to rid hunger and malnutrition and has saved more lives in Third World countries than any other food or substance.
A November 2012 feature in the National Geographic noted that, gram for gram, dried Moringa leaves have 25 times the iron of spinach, 17 times the calcium of milk, 15 times the potassium of bananas, 10 times the vitamin A in carrots and nine times the protein of yogurt. Dr. Oz has helped bring Moringa into the mainstream by including it in his ‘5 Ways to Reenergize Your Day’.
Moringa has the highest protein ratio of any plant identified so far. Food scientists once believed that only soy had protein comparable to meat, dairy or eggs. Now they have added Moringa to the top of that very short list. Many consider Moringa’s protein superior to soy, as it is more digestible and non-allergenic. Amadou Ba, director of a Senegalese African village health post, concurs:
“We were all trained in the Western solutions for treating malnutrition with whole-milk powder, sugar, vegetable oil, and peanut butter. But these ingredients are expensive and inefficient. The recovery of malnourished infants can take months. We now nourish them with Moringa, and we start seeing great improvements within 10 days.” Moringa has no known impurities, and no adverse reactions have ever been recorded.
The Moringa oil has more impressive attributes than olive oil. It is used in cooking and to moisturize the skin. Because it won’t spoil or turn rancid, it is used as a preservative, and as a machine lubricant even for fine watches. What’s left after the oil has been extracted from the seeds is called seed cake, and is used worldwide as feed to increase milk production in cows.
Lack of drinkable water is one of the world’s most serious threats. Roughly 1.2 billion people in developing countries simply do not have access to clean, safe water, leaving them with little choice but to drink and wash with contaminated water. This accounts for 80% of the world’s diseases! An estimated 25,000 people die from water-borne diseases every day. Yet, a dash of Moringa can make dirty water drinkable. When Moringa seeds are crushed and added to dirty, bacteria-laden water, they absorb the impurities. This action is replicated within our bodies as the seed cake binds to toxins in the organs and intestines.
Professor S. A. Muyibi, of the International Islamic University of Malaysia, believes that Moringa seeds could potentially provide a renewable, sustainable, and biodegradable material for treating global water supplies. International aid organizations now produce and/or promote the use of Moringa in poverty-stricken areas. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 80% of the world’s population relies on traditional medicine (i.e., plants rather than drugs) for their primary healthcare needs. L. Fuglie, director of the Church World Service in West Africa, found that powdered Moringa leaves were more readily embraced by rural villagers than other dietary aids or pharmaceuticals, and decided to put it to the test. After a 2 year pilot project in the villages of Senegal, his organization recently convinced the government to promote Moringa as part of the national diet. Lack of Vitamin A, due to malnutrition, causes 70% of all childhood blindness. That translates to 500,000 children going blind around the world every year. The Bethesda, Maryland-based “International Eye Foundation” is now using Moringa, with its high content of beta-carotene converting to Vitamin A in the body, to combat childhood blindness.
Doctors are using Moringa to treat diabetes in West Africa and high blood pressure in India. It can staunch a skin infection, feed livestock, and enrich the soil, increasing the nutritional value and growth of other crops. Dozens of humanitarian organizations, including the Church World Service, the Educational Concerns for Hunger Organizations, Trees for Life, and the National Science Foundation are pursuing research on the use of Moringa Oleifera to combat health challenges.
In addition to its high nutritional value, Moringa boasts an impressive list of traditional medicinal uses by various cultures around the world. Moringa has fought child death and disease due to malnutrition in Africa. Moringa, a near perfect food, has a niche in staving off the current food crisis threatening more than 100 million people worldwide.
– Endorsement by Wanda Dyson, MD
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