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New “Diet”: Moringa is effective in losing weight

Moringa is an Indian herb derived from the Moringa oleifera tree.

It has been used in Ayurveda medicine — an ancient Indian medical system — to treat skin diseases, diabetes, and infections for thousands of years.

Additionally, it’s thought to offer weight loss benefits.

This article reveals whether moringa powder can help you lose weight and provides information on other potential benefits, various forms, and safety.

The Moringa plant has a role in the diet, health benefits and anti-inflammatory properties. It is available in the form of a powder, and it is also reserved for it on the list of superfoods. In the following, a specialist in nutrition and public health, Lana Al-Zalaa, explains the benefits of “moringa” in the “diet”:


Moringa tea has an effect on the diet, due to its richness in minerals (calcium, potassium, iron and zinc) and vitamins (B and C). In one hundred grams of dry Moringa leaves, there is 17 times more calcium than milk, 25 times more iron than spinach, and ten times more beta-carotene than carrots. Moringa leaves are also rich in protein, as they contain 4 times what eggs provide. There are two grams of protein in every cup of boiled fresh Moringa leaves.

When individuals take Moringa leaf extract and powder for the purpose of losing weight, they should know that the aforementioned plant has an anti-inflammatory effect and is a diuretic, which helps reduce water retention in the body. Moringa is believed to improve metabolism, which also means that it helps the body burn calories quickly. Its leaves are also rich in fiber, which curbs cravings, and helps one stick to a healthy diet to lose weight.

On the other hand, Moringa is used to treat several health conditions: infections, diabetes, anemia, allergies, constipation, stomach pain, kidney stones, thyroid disorders, headaches and fluid retention. It fights bacterial, fungal, viral and parasitic infections.


How to use it?

Half a teaspoon to a teaspoon of Moringa powder can be added daily to juice or tea, noting that the aforementioned powder has a mild flavor with a slightly earthy taste. On the other hand, it is advised to avoid the consumption of Moringa seed extract, as it has been shown that there is a level of toxicity in the immune cells.


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