Moringa for The Exhausted Mom
There is no doubt moringa oleifera is a nutritional masterpiece. Moringa is packed full of nutrients and antioxidants. Word is out that moringa oleifera is the new superfood. For a nursing mother it has also been shown to increase milk supply while providing must-have nutrients. It naturally fills in the deficiencies of vitamins and minerals in the body.
But what about moms who aren’t nursing? Or moms going back to work after maternity leave and are still getting up with an infant in the middle of the night? Or even more experienced moms…of toddlers, tweens and teens? How does moringa help them?
Motherhood takes a lot of energy. Most moms say they feel exhausted both mentally and physically. When a woman’s body is exhausted it’s more likely to get sick and heal slower. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to call in sick as a mom and get your much needed rest and healing?
But what if there was a way to actually prevent a compromised immune system? The moringa tree can do wonders to boost the body’s immune system with its natural healing properties. The tree leaves have the ability to heal around 300 diseases. It has shown to help heal problems with digestive disorders, sleep problems, high blood pressure, heart diseases and the list goes on. It helps to
rejuvenate the body by enhancing the immune system. It also increases metabolism making it an ideal product for weight loss and overall well being. Moringa contains protein, calcium, beta carotene, vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium and many more nutrients. No wonder it’s been used both medicinally and as a food source for 1000s of years.
Gram for gram, moringa oleifera leaves contain 25 times more iron than spinach. Iron is crucial to blood health. Healthy blood carries energy and oxygen to muscles, organs and tissue. When the body works efficiently, the mind is not preoccupied with aches, pains and tiredness. When the body is healthy, the mind works more clearly! Since a mom is on-call 24/7 to be doctor, a listening ear to a teen who wants to talk when she wants to sleep, and to play yet another board game with her 5-year-old, mental energy is a must.
Moringa oleifera is also a mom’s best kept healthy beauty secret. Since moringa contains all essential amino acids, it naturally strengthens her hair and nails. The vitamin A in moringa helps produce healthy cells and reduces hair loss. Vitamin A deficiency can cause dandruff and dry hair. Moringa contains antioxidants that control free radicals. Free radicals damage cells over time leading to aging skin. It also contains omega 3 fatty acids, which reduce
inflammation. All of these properties in moringa encourage supple skin and healthy cell production. So, whether a new, young or experienced mother; all can benefit from this plant based powerhouse!
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