Health Benefits of Moringa

You may have heard of moringa, but you may not know what it is exactly. Moringa oleifera is a tropical plant native to the Himalayan region in India.

This superfood has been widely praised for its health benefits and used extensively in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years. Moringa is rich in antioxidants and bioactive compounds.

Click Here for Your Free PDF from Leann: ’37 Cancer Facts You Should Know…But Probably Don’t’

Read on to find out more about this incredible plant and some of its health benefits.

Moringa Oleifera Is A Nutritious Powerhouse

Moringa oleifera is an important source of antioxidants and many essential vitamins and minerals. Nothing is wasted in this plant since all of its parts can be eaten or used as ingredients in traditional Ayurvedic remedies. It has even been used to combat malnutrition and iron deficiencies. Moringa contains amino acids, calcium, potassium, protein, vitamin B6, vitamin C, riboflavin, vitamin A and magnesium. Moringa supplements are now readily available in most health food stores and online merchant sites.

Click here to find out more, Customer Review.

Moringa May Help Lower Blood Sugar Levels

High blood sugar (hyperglycemia) is a serious health problem that may lead to damage to your nerves, blood vessels, and organs. It can also lead to other serious conditions such as diabetes and heart disease.

For this reason, it is important to keep your blood sugar balanced. Several studies have shown that Moringa oleifera may help lower blood sugar levels. This is perhaps due to the isothiocyanates compounds it contains that reduce lipid and glucose levels and regulates oxidative stress.

Moringa Protects the Liver

Moringa contains polyphenols that protect the liver against oxidation, toxicity, and damage. Moringa can also reduce fibrosis, restore liver enzymes to normal levels, lower oxidative stress, and increase protein content in the liver.

Moringa Oleifera May Reduce Inflammation

Inflammation is the body’s natural response mechanism to infection or trauma. There are two types: acute and chronic. Acute is short-lived and is a response to a foreign harmful element in the body, like bacteria or tissue injury.

Chronic inflammation may lead to several illnesses and conditions, including some cancers, heart disease, arthritis and tuberculosis to name just a few. Moringa contains isothiocyanates, which are phytochemicals that have been shown to reduce inflammation considerably. Additionally, moringa reduces inflammation by suppressing certain enzymes and proteins in the body.

Moringa Can Lower Cholesterol

Cholesterol is a fatty substance that is carried around the body in the blood. Total cholesterol is a reading of the good (HDL) and bad cholesterol (LDL). High cholesterol is a risk factor for heart disease. Studies have shown that moringa may have cardiotonic and cholesterol-lowering effects.

The Bottom Line

Moringa is a highly nutritious plant that has been shown to promote several healing health benefits and has been used to combat malnutrition and iron deficiencies. It has been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years. Modern medicine uses this wondrous plant in order to reduce blood sugar and cholesterol levels. Studies have also shown that moringa may have cardiotonic, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.

Lower Cholesterol & Blood Sugar with Moringa | GroovyBeets.com

 

Leann Forst, MBA, CHC — Family Health & Cancer Coach

Leann is a Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner and Certified Essential Oils Coach, holding a Master’s degree from Drake University and a Bachelor of Science from Upper Iowa University. Leann is accredited by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. And she is an award winning author of 2 books How to Get Your Kids to Beg for Veggies and 100 Ways to Lose Weight”.

Born and raised as an Iowa farm girl, she moved to Texas in 1998 where she lives with her husband and 2 kids.

As a wife of a brain cancer survivor, Leann has a special interest in anti-cancer nutrition and detoxification. She works with individuals and groups, and speaks regularly at hospitals, schools and organizations to teach people how to attain optimal health by getting to the root cause of chronic and inflammatory conditions, while using healing modalities such as essential oils. Click here to get Leann’s free report, “37 Cancer Facts You Should Know…But Probably Don’t”. And take Leann’s Nutrient Deficiency Quiz here.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Comments

comments

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This