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Moringa oleifera is a fast-growing, drought-resistant tree of the family moringaceae, native to tropical and subtropical regions of the world. Common names include moringa, drumstick tree, horseradish tree, and ben oil tree or benzolive tree.
Energy: 64 Calories (per 100 g)
Protein: 9.4 g (per 100 g)
Iron: 4 mg (per 100 g)
Scientific name: Moringa oleifera
The leaves of the moringa tree are rich in several important nutrients that include:
Moringa is effective for treating a range of health problems such as:
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Here are 7 popular ways to incorporate moringa into your daily diet:
1. Stir it into your water. Hot or cold water works, though it might go down easiest in warm water mixed with a little lemon and honey.
2. Steep it as a tea.
3. Mix it into smoothies.
4. Sprinkle it into soups.
5. Bake it into… anything.
6. Green up your guacamole.
7. Shake it into salad dressing.
Baobab is the fruit of the iconic African baobab tree (you may recognize it from The Lion King or The Little Prince), also known as The Tree of Life. It is pronounced ba-oh-bab or bey-o-bab. The tree lives for thousands of years.
Baobab trees are mostly found in the Southern part of Africa, East coast, Madagascar and then sporadically in Central and West Africa. Baobab is the only fruit in the world that dries while it is still hanging on the branch. It has seeds that are covered in beige dry powder that has a citrusy/lemony taste powder. Baobab fruit is prized for its high vitamin C and fiber content and its exceptional levels of antioxidants. It has been used by women in Africa as a source of health and wellbeing since ancient times.
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A serving of (2-4 teaspoons or 10g) contains 33% of your daily requirement of vitamin C, supporting a wide range of health benefits ranging from energy release to immunity and healthy, glowing skin. It contains 50% fiber (two thirds soluble and one third insoluble) supporting a slow release of the natural sugars into your bloodstream that help keep you fuller for longer. Soluble fiber is also a prebiotic, helping improve digestive health. Baobab also has the highest antioxidant content of any fruit, according to The Journal of Nutrition, supporting younger looking skin.
With its delicious, sweet and citrussy flavor, the baobab powder is easy to incorporate into your daily routine. Mix 2-4 teaspoons into your favorite smoothie or juice, stir into yoghurt or porridge or sprinkle onto granola or fresh fruit. One of the simplest ways to take baobab is with water for a refreshing and hydrating drink. As it's so fiberd rich, make a paste with a little liquid before topping up your glass or shake into your water bottle and any lumps will magically disappear! If you are feeling under the weather, mix baobab with hot water and a slice of lemon and ginger.
We recommend enjoying it as part of a varied, balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Check out our baobab recipe page for more inspiration (both sweet and savory).
You can be rest assured that our baobab fruit powder enters the USA with a clean safety certificate and to prove the cleanliness of our facilities in Malawi. Our baobab also supports the communities that we harvest the fruit in, in Malawi Africa.
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