90 Nutrients | Our bodies require these macronutrients in large amounts

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Our bodies require these macronutrients in large amountsWe often say that Dead Sea Moringa has 90 nutrients packed into its powerful green leaves. But what exactly does that mean? What constitutes a “nutrient?” And what is our primary source of nutrients?

The food that we eat provides a broad range of nutrients. These nutrients either help the body grow, maintain, or act as fuel for extra energy. That is why what we eat is so closely associated with how we feel.

Macronutrients are substances that are required by our bodies and include fat, protein, and carbohydrates. Our bodies require these macronutrients in large amounts for healthy growth, maintenance, and development.

Carbohydrates provide energy; protein provides amino acids required for development, repair and growth; and essential fatty acids also help provide energy.

We should be able to get all, if not most of the nutrients we need from our food, but due to overly used and abused soil, pesticides, hormones, etc. our food is sorely lacking in nutrition density. Hence, we are witnessing the emergence of a rapidly growing nutrition and supplement industry.

If we cannot eat it naturally we need to find a way to supplement what our bodies are crying out for. Macronutrients are substances that are required by our bodies and include fat, protein, and carbohydrates. Our bodies require these macronutrients in large amounts for healthy growth, maintenance, and development.

Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, and Folic Acid are also important nutrients. These nutrients help support everything from our nervous systems to the health of our blood. In short, nutrients play a major role in every aspect of a healthy body—from the complex inner workings of each organ and cell, to subsequently how we feel on the outside.

Calcium, iron, iodine, magnesium, potassium and zinc… are just a few more “nutrients.” As you can see, the list is long and varied!

Compared to other key sources of nutrients, gram–for–gram Dead Sea Moringa contains:

• 7x the Vitamin C of an orange
• 3x the Iron of spinach
• 4x the Calcium of milk
• 4x the Vitamin A of carrots
• 3x the Vitamin E of almonds
• 3 x the Potassium of bananas

When our bodies are lacking the nutrients they need, sadly they begin to breakdown and the cycle of sickness and disease begins.

Moringa, considered by many as the most nutrient rich plant food source found on earth, naturally contains 90 Nutrients, including 12 Vitamins and Minerals, 46 Antioxidants, 18 Amino Acids, including a high concentration of all 9 of the Essential Amino Acids. For more information please visit www.DeadSeaMoringa.com.

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