Deciding to take supplements is a very personal decision. You have one camp that will tell you that as long as you eat healthy there is no need. The other tells you that even the best of healthy foods may not meet all what your body requires for optimal health, and that supplementation is necessary.
I personally believe that for many people eating healthy organic foods all the time, the cost can be prohibitive and therefore supplementation makes sense. The other important factor to consider is that by the time a doctor tells you that you are dealing with a medical issue, your body has been operating in some form of deficit.
Why adding Moringa may be the key you are missing. Moringa is rich in essential amino acids, has beneficial fats including omega oils. It is rich in calcium, iron and other vital minerals, antioxidants, and even has anti-inflammatory properties. In addition, it has many healing benefits. Moringa is known to help infectious disorders, cardiovascular conditions, assist with thyroid function, and aid in digestion.
Many people who take Moringa on a regular basis have reported weight loss, because it seems to act as an appetite suppressor. What’s more it has been shown to help those with diabetes 2 by helping to regulate blood sugar levels. For best results take 5000 mg a day of Moringa.
- Has 25 times more iron than spinach
- Has 17 times more calcium than milk
- Has 75 times more vitamin C than oranges
- Has 4 times more protein than eggs
- Has 15 times more potassium than bananas
- Has 10 times more vitamin A than carrots
As always before adding any supplement to your diet consult your doctor. Note that women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or trying to conceive should not take Moringa.