Moringa is a mighty revival of nutrient loss in children and adults. According to a scientific report from optima of Africa, 25 grams daily of Moringa leaf powder “will give a child the following suggested daily allowances: protein 42%, calcium 125%, magnesium 60%, potassium 41%, iron 71%, vitamin A 272%, vitamin C 22%“. These are beneficial for people of all ages. Therefore, Moringa is potent for the body and helps to increase energy, weight loss, mental alertness, strength, hair growth, and overall vitality.
Today, it is well known worldwide as a healthy food sold in powder form. Moringa has four times the vitamin A of carrots, twice as many amino acids (protein) of milk (and four times the calcium), seven times the vitamin C of oranges, and three as much times the potassium as is in bananas. Moringa also has twenty-five times the amount of iron than spinach, and very high in Omega 3’s. Moringa has a high content of 46 antioxidants and 92 minerals and vitamins. All these facts easily make it the most power-packed and nutrient-dense plant-based food. Such evidence of Moringa’s health reviving properties has prompted why the World Health Organization declared Moringa to be the official plant-based food to solve the crisis of malnutrition problem in India and Africa and many other countries easily grow them.
Malnutrition is a major issue in the world today, particularly for children who are rapidly becoming the victims of malnutrition as a result of micronutrient deficiencies, which is utterly shameful in this day and age. These deficiencies are the result of improper distribution and hoarding of food stock by our capitalist system causing the lack of vitamin A, calcium, iron, and folic acid. These nutrient deficiencies are usually found in many countries around the world.