Description of Moringa in ecological powder
The Moringa leaf comes from the Moringa Oleifera tree, also called Morango and Tree of life. It is a tree native to the foothills of the Himalayas and is cultivated in tropical and subtropical climates. Although all the parts of the moringa tree have nutritional value, it is in the leaves that the highest concentration of nutrients occurs. You can consume crushed, to mix with food or in shakes or in the form of a leaf to infuse.
Moringa is cultivated in a temperate and dry subtropical climate, in an entirely ecological way, respecting the earth and its natural cycles. All the processing of the plant is done manually and completely handmade and careful. All these factors result in a product of the highest quality.
Properties of the Moringa
The main properties for which moringa is valued is because it is an exceptional food in terms of its nutritional value and its antioxidant capacity.
Nutritional value: it is said that moringa is such a complete food that a person could survive taking only moringa and water. It is considered the most complete nutritive source of the earth. It is a food rich in complete proteins (25% of its content), that is proteins that contain all the essential amino acids. Vegetable proteins are not complete proteins, the case of moringa is an out of the ordinary case, being of great interest especially for vegans and vegetarians.
Great antioxidant capacity: thanks to its content in certain vitamins, minerals and polyphenols and therefore is considered an anti-aging value of tissues. Moringa has the highest ORAC values of all foods-
Other virtues: different studies support the properties of moringa for the control of glucose and blood fats, such as anitiinflammatory, antimicrobial, anticarcinogenic and hepatic protective.
Therefore, moringa can be considered a superfood of the first order, a food-medicine and a complete food in itself.
Use of the moringa powder sheet
The crushed leaf can be incorporated into any dish, it does not change the flavor of the food in which it is added. On the other hand, it has been proven that it does not lose nutritional quality when incorporated into other cooked foods. You can add it to creams, soups, tortillas, pasta, sauces, etc.
It is perfect to add in raw preparations, such as juices or smoothies, or sprinkling it on salads, such as dressing on vegetables, on bread.