1. NUTRITIONAL VALUE: MAIN KEY
This super green is more nutritious than kale and provides powerful anti-inflammatory benefits. Moringa is also a fast-growing and leafy tree that thrives in hot, arid climates.
Moringa can improve nutrition around the world, largely due to its nutrient density and resistance to drought. It also doesn’t require a lot of intensive labour for harvesting or growing.
Overall, this humble plant offers amazing nutritional and financial benefits for farmers and their families. Ethical supply chains are at the core of our mission, helping Bharat Moringa to address the power of its nutrition at the local and global level.
2. AN EASY SOLUTION FOR IRON-DEFICIENCY- ANEMIA
Anaemia is a condition when the blood doesn’t have enough healthy red blood cells or haemoglobin to transport oxygen to the body’s cell.
Anaemia often results in fatigue, lightheadedness, and shortness of breath. The condition currently affects 3.5 million Americans. Recent studies suggest that moringa leaves may be better at improving iron sufficiency than conventional iron supplements.
Moringa also has 7 times the amount of iron as spinach. One tablespoon of Bharat moringa leaf powder provides an excellent source of iron.
3. SUPPORT HEART HEALTH
Many people refer to moringa as the “miracle tree” across Latin America, South-East Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. This is because of its nutrient-density and medicinal properties. Moringa is rich in antioxidants that fight against oxygen-free radicals, which can contribute to cholesterol build-up and inflammation..
Studies suggest that moringa may help reduce the number of free radicals, improve the function of the heart, and prevent cell damage along blood vessel walls.
4. PREVENTS DIABETES
In India an estimated 77 million Indians are suffering from diabetes, Every one in six people with diabetes is from India. Diabetes remains the 7th leading cause of death in India.
Multiple studies suggest that Moringa leaf powder can help significantly reduce blood glucose level, cholesterol and increases glucose tolerance. Moringa shouldn’t be used as a replacement for diabetic medicine, it can be an excellent supplement to daily meals to help control blood glucose levels naturally.
5. A LACTATION ENHANCER
In a 2003 study, the amount of breastmilk produced by lactating mothers who were given 350mg of moringa every day showed a significant increase in breast milk in comparison to lactating mothers who were given a placebo. Moringa can also help make breast milk more nutritious.
Consuming moringa increases the mother’s intake of beta-carotene, the precursor to vitamin A. Beta-carotene is important for newborn babies, as blindness, infectious diseases, and protein-energy can be linked to vitamin A deficiency.