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Moringa Natural Health focuses on how the miracle tree of Moringa can help many people live a healthier life. Grown in the most suitable areas on earth, this Moringa has the most nutrients that'll help the body repair itself. For an example on how this tree can help you with sleep and relaxation read below.


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Moringa for sleep and relaxation

Moringa acts as a great natural sleeping aid because it contains the unique natural compound known as Nebedaye, which can be found in the leaves. Nebedaye sets several of the body’s key conditions for a fitful night’s rest. It lowers our blood sugar levels, soothes our digestive system, and has a depressive effect on our central nervous system, acting as a muscle relaxant. When our muscles relax, it not only dissipates our tension, but also results in less constriction of our blood vessels. This results in lower blood pressure, which also helps to make sleep that much more restful. Moringa also helps you stay asleep for much longer. In one scientific study, it was shown that subject who consumed moringa could stay asleep for up to twice as long as subjects that did not consume any moringa. This makes it useful for those people who wish to stay in a long blissful slumber. On the other hand, the enhanced relaxation and deeper sleep will allow people with a limited number of allotted sleeping hours to awaken more refreshed and energized than they normally would. Moringa’s ability to relax muscles can come in handy not just for people looking for a good night’s sleep, but for those who are suffering from muscle pains and spasms as well. This can be especially beneficial for athletes, people recovering from injuries, and those who suffer from certain muscular conditions. These properties also help make moringa a safe and effective diuretic. Dr. Lowell Fuglie, West Africa director of Church World Service (a relief ministry that partners with indigenous organizations in more than 80 countries), asserts that Moringa is yielding four times more benefit to undernourished people than other dietary aids. The people in West Africa aren't just ingesting Moringa leaves-they're also using Moringa seeds as an effective yet inexpensive, chemical-free way to purify their drinking water. Church World Service is just one among many relief organizations that promotes the use of Moringa in impoverished areas. Trees for Life, an organization based in Kansas, is another, sponsoring cultivation programs in India intent on incorporating Moringa into the local diet. In addition, the Andrew Mellon Foundation, National Geographic Society, and the National Science Foundation and others have contributed funding to track down and collect all 13 Moringa species. These organizations have done their homework: they've seen the scientific studies, and they're seeing firsthand the difference Moringa can make in the health of individuals all over the world. It's making great strides against hunger and malnutrition-related childhood blindness, as well as infant mortality in underdeveloped nations. Moringa is even being used to nourish AIDS patients as they wait for a cure. Moringa tree (also known as the horseradish tree, drumstick tree, benzolive tree, kelor, marango, mlonge, moonga, mulangay, nébéday, saijhan, sajna or Ben oil tree), was utilized by the ancient Romans, Greeks and Egyptians; it is now widely cultivated and has become naturalized in many locations in the tropics. Called “Malunggay” in the Philippines, “Sajina” in the Indian Subcontinent, and “Moringa” in English. Moringa is not your ordinary green leafy vegetables. According to Dr. Lydia M. Marero of the Food and Nutrition Research Institute of the Philippines, Moringa oleiferaLamk is one of the world's most useful plants. It is used as food, effective flocculant or water treatment, antibiotic, source of oil, and coagulant for turbid waters. It is also called mother's best friend, and miracle vegetable by many who know Moringa's beneficial uses. It is cultivated in all countries of the tropics. It is easy to plant and is available year-round. Natural benefits from Moringa: - Nourishes body's immune system - Promotes healthy circulation - Supports normal blood glucose levels - Natural anti-aging benefits - Anti-Inflammatory support - Promotes healthy digestion - Heightens mental clarity - Naturally increases energy Moringa trees have been used to combat malnutrition, especially among infants and nursing mothers. A large number of reports on the nutritional qualities of Moringa now exist in both the scientific and the popular literature. Leaves can be eaten fresh, cooked, or stored as dried powder for many months without refrigeration, and reportedly without loss of nutritional value. Health nutritionists claim that an ounce of mor has the same Vitamin C content as seven oranges. An important function of vitamin C not known to many is its being an antioxidant. In fact, it has been recognized and accepted by the US Food and Drug Administration as one of the four dietary antioxidants, the others being vitamin E, beta-carotene and selenium. (A dietary oxidant is a substance in food that significantly decreases the adverse effects of harmful chemicals). Oral histories recorded by Lowell Fuglie in Senegal and throughout West Africa, who reports (and has extensively documented on video) countless instances of lifesaving nutritional rescue that are attributed to Moringa. There are various parts of the moringa plant which are being used for health reasons. For one, the leaves of this plant proved to be a good source of calcium, iron, ascorbic acid and phosphorus. Its other parts such as the seeds, the young pods, and the flowers have been established to benefit individuals as far as anti-oxidant, anti-diabetic, circulatory stimulations, and such other activities that are most beneficial to mankind, are concerned. There have been claims that moringa can be used to lower blood pressure, aid in pains caused by rheumatism, headaches and migraines, as well as its being an anti-tumor plant. Moringa is also used for purgative and anti-fungal purposes, as well. All these prove the claim that this plant is indeed multi-purpose. Findings of a study made in India, which were used as the basis of many news reports on Moringa as a wonder plant, states that moringa contains anti-cancer compounds (phytochemicals) that help stop the growth of cancer cells. Moringa is said to be effective in treating ovarian cancer, among a host of other diseases like arthritis, anemia, heart complications, kidney problems, scurvy, asthma, and digestive disorders (ulcer, gastritis, diarrhea, colitis, dysentery). Moringa has been observed by scientists to contain unique compounds and enact mechanisms that help purge the liver of these toxins and even reverse the damage that they cause. Silymarin is a flavonoid or specialized molecule found in moringa that has been shown to help reduce the effects of hepatoxins on the liver, improving its resiliency. It also protects the liver from the toxic effects of rare earth metal salts such as praseodymium, cerium, and indium, which are known to cause the degeneration of the liver. Scientists theorize that moringa somehow causes the body to get rid of these poisonous compounds in a more rapid manner. This same mechanism also helps make moringa effective against several known poisonous compounds such as a-amanitin and phalloidin. Moringa prevents such toxic cell damage from occurring in two ways. First, it somehow alters the composition of our cell membranes, which only allow a small amount of toxin to seep into our cells. Secondly, the same cell regeneration mechanisms that moringa employs to reduce aging also ensures that there is a large number of healthy cells to replace those that do succumb to the toxins. Moringa has also been observed to be an effective treatment against a wide array of liver diseases, such as both chronic and acute hepatitis, cirrhosis of the liver, fatty degeneration of the liver, and the metabolic liver disease brought about by alcohol and drug use. This is because moringa not only stops the toxicity that causes these diseases, but also helps reverse it. On its own, the liver is a very resilient organ, able to regenerate its cells and grow back even after over half of it is destroyed or removed. Moringa accelerates this regeneration process by about four times the normal speed, eventually helping the liver regain full functionality.


Moringa - The Most Nutritious Plant Ever Discovered

Moringa is use for energy without caffeine, slimming, prevent winkle, develop beautiful skin, prevent anti-aging, aid sleep, strengthen teeth, cure and prevent over 300 illness including diabetes, high blood pressure, arthritis, stroke and cancers. The Moringa is the world most powerful natural multi vitamins and antioxidant on earth. It does not contain just one or two vitamins or one or two antioxidant, Moringa Oleifera contains more than 92 nutrients and 46 types of antioxidants. The next closest plant on earth have only 28 nutrients. Moringa have almost all the vitamins found in fruits and vegetables and most in a larger proportions. 36 Anti-Inflammatories, 18 Amino Acids, 9 Essential Amino Acids. Example The Moringa Powder have:

  • 25 times Iron of Spinach
  • 17 times Calcium of Milk
  • 15 times Potassium of Banana
  • 10 times Vitamin A of Carrot
  • 9 times Protein of Yogurt
  • 4 times chlorophyll of wheatgrass
  • 58% Vitamin C of Orange (7 times Vitamin C before dehydration)

Good uses for Moringa Oleifera

Brought to you by: Moringa Natural Health

Article Date: 11/21/2017

 

Living with Diabetes - Practical Steps

Regardless of what age you are diagnosed with diabetes or which of the two types you have, it helps to have some coping strategies. Living with diabetes can be challenging, but it certainly need not keep you down. Here are some practical steps for living with diabetes.

Connecting with Others

One of the most helpful things you can do is get to be a part of the diabetes community in your area. You'll learn you're not alone; you'll probably pick up valuable information, tips, and literature, and you'll learn about upcoming events, retreats, and camps.

This can be helpful for children who want to fit in with a peer group but aren't sure how or if others will accept them, or for adults who feel isolated in their condition. It helps a lot just to know there are others who understand what it's like.

Form a Group

If you don't have a local support group for diabetics, consider forming one. Members can meet at your house or at a local venue, and you can set up social networking or a website to keep in touch. You can plan outings, gatherings, meetings, and so forth, and keep your group informed about events.

Take Control

While regular visits to your physician are important, diabetics ultimately have to be responsible for their own daily care. You have to learn to take your own blood sugar and administer your own insulin, and only you know when something feels "off." It's up to you to implement an exercise regimen and eat the right foods. Learning this basic truth - you are responsible for managing your diabetes - can take some of the stress out of living with this condition.

Don't Beat Yourself Up

For those with Type II diabetes or for parents of children who have Type I, it can be tempting to get caught up in the self-blame game. The development of Type II diabetes may in fact be linked to certain lifestyle choices, but it's not necessarily so; and even if it is, you have to move forward and into a healthy lifestyle.

Parents whose child or children have Type I may blame themselves - mothers may worry about something they did while pregnant, or obsess over letting their child eat a lot of sugar before the diagnosis. None of these blames are necessarily even true! It wastes time and energy to worry, so focus on moving forward and getting the most out of life from here on out. This may be the beginning of an opportunity for self-improvement and self-control.

Have a Plan

Having a plan can help you stay in control in a given situation, and get the most out of parties and holidays. Decide ahead of time how you will handle holiday and party treats so you don't have to think on your feet each time you're offered a goody.

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