Numerous studies have analyzed the nutritional components of moringa, and the results found a varied and abundant composition of vitamins and minerals with myriad health benefits.

It is especially good for young children (1 to 3 years), where 100 grams of moringa leaf provides 100% of daily calcium, and 75% of iron and 50% of protein requirements.. In addition, moringa provides important minerals and vitamins such as potassium, vitamins A, B, and C, copper,  and all essential amino acids.

Moringa is also particularly suitable for pregnant or lactating women as it provides a wide range of essential minerals and vitamins including of iron, protein, copper, sulphur, and vitamin B.


100 Grams of Moringa contains:

Moringa also contains beta carotenes, antioxidants (flavonoids, ascorbic acid, carotenoids), anti-inflammatories, and Omega 3 and 6 acids.   However, we must note that moringa is a supplement not a replacement

of a healthy lifestyle and a balanced and varied diet. However, it is an ideal and natural supplement to nutritionally balance our body. Consult your nutritionist.