Benefits of Moringa


In a busy world where hardly any of us have time to prepare nutritious meals, Moringa is the perfect super food to keep us healthy and energetic. 

Why?     Because, gram per gram Moringa leaf powder has:

25 x the iron of spinach17 x the calcium of milk15 x the potassium of bananas10 x the vitamin A of carrots9 x the protein of yogurt4 x the fiber of oats (2)

Moringa and Diabetes


At least ten studies on humans, animals, and invitro have shown that Moringa reduces blood glucose levels. Click HERE for a list of studies.

Moringa is NOT to be used as a replacement for your current diabetes medicine. It’s a great ingredient to incorporate into your daily diet, but it’s not a medicine.

Moringa and Cancer


Recently, the effect of Moringa leaf extracts has been studied in the following types of cancer:

Melanoma, Cervical Cancer, Ovarian Cancer, Pancreatic Cancer, Colon Cancer, Lung Cancer

In all of the studies, Moringa inhibited the reproduction of cancer cells with far fewer side effects than the standard medicines.  Moringa also reduced the formation of tumors.

For a list of the studies click here.

Moringa is not to be used as a replacement for your current medicine. It’s a great ingredient to incorporate into your daily diet, but it’s not a medicine.

Moringa and Heart

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Numerous studies have shown that anioxidants of Moringa protect the heart and lower blood pressure. In one of the studies, scientists gave Moringa to rats once a day for 30 days and induced a heart attack. The rats that ate the Moringa had far less damage to the heart than the rats that did not receive Moringa. For a list of studies click HERE.

Moringa and Menopause


In one study published in 2015 by the International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications. Volume 5, Issue 1. Researches found that the consumption of 7 grams of Moringa leaf powder and amaranth daily for three months significantly decreased the severity of menopausal symptoms.

Those symptoms included:  hot flashes, heart discomfort, sleep problems, joint and muscular discomfort, depressive mood, irritability, anxiety, physical and mental exhaustion, bladder problems and dryness of vagina.

The severity of all of those symptoms decreased by 17% by the end of the study.

Moringa and Antioxidants


Antioxidants are micronutrients that protect, prevent, or delay cell damage. They do it by fighting free radicals.

Free radicals are highly unstable molecules formed in the body from a variety of sources such as cigarette smoke, pollution, sun exposure, and even digesting certain foods loaded with chemicals and refined sugars.

If free radicals aren’t eradicated, they can cause cell damage over time and will lead to a multitude of diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and eye diseases such as cataracts and age-related macular degeneration. .

You can get antioxidants from the following foods:

-Vitamins C (citrus, strawberries, & cantaloupe)

-Vitamin A (milk, eggs, & dark leafy greens)

-Vitamin E (nuts, avocado, & fish)

-Selenium (nuts, fish, & whole wheat bread)

-Carotenoids, (sweet potatoes, carrots, & broccoli)

But if you want to make sure you get 46 antioxidants in one serving, get it from Moringa powder.  An analysis by the Brunswick laboratory in Massachusetts found that Moringa has the highest concentration of antioxidants of any plant yet discovered.

For more information about all of the above mentioned claims please go to and type “moringa” in the search box to get all of the medical studies.

Disclaimer: Statements on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to cure, treat or diagnose any disease or illness.