What does it taste like and how should you use it?
Our moringa powder has a rich, nutty flavor that work well with everyday foods. You can mix one teaspoon of moringa powder into juice, smoothies, or it can also be sprinkled on your meals once they have been prepared. For a big nutritional boost, try mixing it in salad dressings or guacamole. We advise against cooking moringa because heat will significantly reduce the potency of the vitamins.
Moringa Health Benefits
Native to India, Moringa oleifera leaves are highly nutritious and rich in vitamins, manganese, magnesium, lysine, riboflavin, calcium, thiamine, potassium, iron, protein and niacin. Moringa powder also boasts all nine essential amino acids, which our bodies cannot produce naturally but require to function normally. It’s also extremely rich in antioxidants, which protect against cell damage from free radicals, and is a natural plant source of cytokinins, a group of hormones with anti-aging effects.
Ounce for ounce, moringa powder contains:
- 7x the Vitamin C found in oranges
- 4x the beta carotene of carrots
- 3x the iron of spinach
- 4x as much calcium as milk
- 3x the potassium of bananas
- Even more fiber than oats!
Our 60 gram bottle of Moringa is a 30 day supply using 1 tsp. per day. A tsp. equals 4.7 grams.