Sunday, January 29, 2017

Moringa Helps Boost Your Immune Function



In the last blog, we talked about boosting your immune system which is the key to good health. Without a healthy immune system, you will be prone to colds, flu, and other diseases. So today, the focus is on Moringa and how it boosts immune function. 

Moringa is one of the most beautiful super foods in God's green kingdom.  Its nutrients are easy to digest and utilize.  You can eat food, but if the nutrients the food contains are not easy to utilize, you may get little value. An example is corn. Most of the corn grown in this country is from GMO seed and is very difficult to break down in the stomach. It also high on the list of foods that people are allergic to. That is why corn often leaves our system looking exactly the way we eat it. It was not broken down well in the stomach.  So Moringa is one super food easy to digest and its nutrients are effectively used by the body to create health. 

Moringa contains protein, amino-acids, calcium, magnesium, iron, and all the complement of nutrients needs to both repair and sustain great health. So the nutrients in the Moringa leaves feed the different body systems and tissues, both helping to prevent disease and helping to put your health back on the right track. One of the systems it feeds and supports is your immune system. 


Why do we need Moringa? In America we eat well.


If we eat well, then why is diabetes and obesity rampant in this country. It is a national disgrace, the many thousands of adults and children that have severe health problems.  Being over weight is the the norm, not the standard.  Our ingestion of fatty foods, junk foods, sodas, candy, and processed foods is horrible.  So we have the money often to eat healthy, but we don't.  So we are starving our body systems, tissues, and organs from healthy food in this country. We spend most of our time on the Ipad or computer. We watch TV more than do any form of exercise.  This results is health problems. 

Even if you eat better than the average American, most of our veggies come from big farms that use pesticides, artificial fertilizers, and often contain far less nutrients than in years past. The vegetables spend a lot of time being shipped and stored. This affects their nutrient values.  Then the way they are processed and cooked by either you or the company you buy from, further effects nutrient value.  

Moringa leaves which you can grow yourself is pure nutrition. You pick the leaves, then add the leaves to your salad or other meals. Even dried Moringa leaves have less processing when purchased from a reliable company than many of your store bought vegetables.

Adding Moringa to your health diet plan will go a long way to making sure you are getting all the nutrients and trace minerals needs for effective immune function and health. So go Moringa for better health!


All for today, Kate Freer, the Herbladyisin
Read more articles on Moringa and other important topics at 
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