Moringa trends 2018, the new food trends…
Moringa is more potent than turmeric.
Dr. Carrie Waterman from the University of California at Davis has been studying Moringa for several years and published a report last summer comparing the anti-inflammatory properties of Moringa to those of turmeric and found that Moringa is more potent than turmeric. https://www.today.com/food/healthy-food-trends-2018-t120107
Growing more trees like Moringa can be called a game changer by an individual towards saving humanity.
According to a UNICEF report, nearly half of deaths in children under five are because of malnutrition, leading to the loss of about three million young lives every year. Every year around 800,000 children die in Pakistan and 35 percent of these deaths occur due to malnutrition. Another study suggests that the risk of deaths among children becomes ten times higher for a child suffering from malnutrition compared to a child having balanced diet.
Moringa leaves can be dried at low temperature and converted into powder which is completely safe for the human consumption. There is no toxic element or side effect of using Moringa leaf powder. This powder can be used in many ways.
It can be used as the traditional medicine techniques to counter/treat inflammation, anemia, bronchitis, headache, gastrointestinal problems, eye infection, inner ear infection, skin infection, fiver and poor nutrition etc. Published in Daily Times, December 26th 2017. https://dailytimes.com.pk/166999/miracle-moringa-trees/
Another natural ingredient set to grab the limelight in 2018 is Moringa.
The powder is made from the leaves of the Moringa tree, nicknamed the “miracle tree” for its multiple beneficial attributes.
It has been used in traditional Indian medicine for centuries. A growing body of research supports its nutritional and medicinal applications. It contains more than 90 nutrients, including 19 amino acids, plus minerals and vitamins – including B12.
A review of research to date in the Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine published in July suggests “the high nutritional content found in dried leaves is an indicator of the usefulness of the plant as a food resource”.
This super food is showing up in energy shots and bars, teas, flavored waters and teas. http://www.scmp.com/…/six-top-healthy-food-trends-2018-next…
Be welcome 2018