Moringa – the natural multivitamin
Vitamins are popular and the sale of vitamins is on the rise. In the USA it is not uncommon to have tubs containing 1000 vitamins at a time in the kitchen cabinet and to swallow them like sweets. Unfortunately, they are of little use to your body if you don't have a healthy diet with enough fibre to increase your intestines ability to absorb the vitamins.
Pharmaceuticals vs nutroceuticals
The pharmaceutical industry is using dubious studies to prove how 'harmful' vitamins can be. In these studies, subjects are given just one vitamin at very high doses which makes no sense even from a nutroceutical point of view.
Lack of vitamins and nutrients
Despite our supermarkets being full of food, more than half the population suffer from a lack of vitamins and micronutrients. This stems from our unhealthy eating habits and nutrient-lacking food available due to modern farming methods (chemical fertilizers and pesticides).
Artificial vitamins and supplements
Health supplements make sense, but they must be natural. Almost all the vitamin supplements available on the market contain predominantly synthetic or chemically manufactured vitamins which have been proven to be less effective than natural ones. Natural molecules carry crucial bioenergetic information which the synthetic vitamins lack.
A natural vitamin boost and food supplement in a capsule
The most nutritious plant in the world is the moringa tree (Moringa oleifera), of which almost every part can be consumed. The leaves contain vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B7, C, D, E and K, as well as the important minerals calcium, potassium, iron, copper, manganese, magnesium and zinc. An added bonus are the numerous antioxidants and polyphenols.
The next time you think of buying vitamins, consider moringa, or more specifically Moringa Vida. I highly recommend it to my patients, because it is organic, of the highest quality and has been harvested by hand.