Some foods or ingredients are classified as Super Foods because they contain a very high number of Nutrients. Among such nutritionally dense vegetables, emphatically falls, Moringa Olifera; the humble drum stick plant. It is the leaves of this plant which contain the high level of Calcium, Potassium, Iron, Proteins and Vitamins
A, C, B1, B6 and ,B12. The leaves are dried and powdered and packaged for supply.
Make Moringa as a regular part of your Masala Box. Use the powder as a daily addition to your dal or vegetable or soup or salad. Take care not to cook it but add at the last minute before you remove your preparation from flame. You can just sprinkle it on your salad or paratha or sandwich.
The powder has no smell or taste of its own. It will tremendously increase the nutritional value of your meal without altering taste or flavour or aroma. One can swallow it just with water.
WHO has very successfully used this to remove mal nutrition from African countries. Considered the most nutritious and multipurpose tree it will be the most easily available nutritional supplement in India effective in removing major health problems. Numerous studies have indicated their anti- carcinogenic, anti viral, anti- microbial and anti-estrogenic activities. It is used in the treatment of anaemia.
Nutrients Dense Vegetable
Rich in Proteins, Calcium & Potassium
Rich in Vitamin A,B & C
Helpful for diabetic patients as it is capable of reducing high blood sugar.
Helps Lowering Cholesterol
It can also be used in cancer chemotherapy and prevention.
It can be given to nursing mothers so that they increase lactation.
It is used in the treatment of rheumatism and arthritic pain.
Use in daily cooking for healthy individuals to maintain trouble free health.