Leaf Powder Analysis
per 100 gms

MINERALS
  Calcium      2,003 mg
  Iron                    28 mg
  Potassium 1,324 mg
  Sulfur              870 mg
  Copper             .57 mg
  Magnesium    368 mg

FOOD VALUE
  Protein                27 m
  Carbohydrate    38 m
  Moisture            7.5 m
  Fat                       2.3 m
  Calories              205

VITAMINS
Vitamin A       16.3 mg
  Vitamin B1       2.6 mg
  Vitamin B2     20.5 mg
  Vitamin B3       8.2 mg
  Vitamin C        17.3 mg
  Vitamin E         113 mg

These are the main
nutrients in the dried
leaf powder. As
soon  as we can,
we will give you
the analysis on
the fresh leaves
and pods.

Please note:
Moringa is an
excellent
vegetarian source
of CALCIUM!
If you don't have any Moringa planted, or cannot get access to fresh Moringa products, then at least get some Moringa Leaf Powder. That's one way you can reap its benefits, without having trees of your own. The powder is potent, and 7 pounds of fresh leaves equal 1 lb. of Moringa leaf powder. It can be added to soups, casseroles, vegetables, smoothies, or just about anything you eat. Leave it out of your ice cream - not a good combination; although my mother ate a lot of it in Mint Chocolate Chip and Pistaschio!

The dried leaf powder is an incredibly easy way to get some potent nutrition into anyone who is not receiving the proper nutrients on a daily basis. For invalids, infants, the elderly, or those suffering from malnutrition for any reason, a few spoons of the leaf powder mixed into their food, can effect a dramatic change in their overall health.

Analysis of Moringa leaf powder shows it to contain,
compared gram for gram:
  • 7 times the Vitamin C of oranges
  • 4 times the Vitamin A of carrots
  • 4 times the Calcium of milk
  • 3 times the Potassium of bananas
  • 3 times the Iron of spinach
  • 2 times the Protein of yogurt

Moringa leaf powder is available from:
Moringa Farms AND - US! --->
MORINGA LEAF POWDER

BE CREATIVE!
Some people make
a "green sauce" by mixing some of the
leaf powder with oil.
Start with little bits, until you get used
to the taste.  It is
great mixed into guacamolé,
and packs a lot
more nutrition into
an already healthy
dip. Put it in split pea
or lentil soup, in dips, sandwich spreads,
or patés. You can sprinkle it on rice, casseroles, salads,
or mix it right into
salad dressing. Put
it in omelettes,
muffins, biscuits and breads. Personally,
I like it in quinoa, with  butter, garlic, and maybe a dash of salt.

There is literally no
end to how you can incorporate it into
your diet. Once you
see the  improvement in your health, you won't dream of being
without it. Use your imagination; you will
find many ways I have never dreamed of, but...get it into you.

< Pretty impressive, yes?
See "How-To" links for more ideas! >
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