Nutritional Characterization of Moringa Oleifera Leaves

Nutritional Characterization of Moringa Oleifera Leaves

Moringa (Moringa oleifera Lam. moringaceae) is a highly valued plant that is mostly cultivated in the tropics and subtropics. It is used for food, medication and industrial purposes. Moringa (Moringa oleifera Lam. moringaceae) is a highly valued plant that is mostly cultivated in the tropics and subtropics. It is used for food, medication and industrial purposes. Nutritional Characterization of Moringa Oleifera from fb.com/malaysiamlm

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Moringa oleifera – Moringa Flower

Moringa oleifera – Moringa Flower

Moringa Oleifera tree is fast growing tree, and just after eight months comes it’s first bloom. Moringa flowers are approximately one inch in diameter and a creamy white color. They could be harvested at any time, but younger flowers are better, quality wise. These flowers are considered a delicacy in many places on the planet. They contain good amount of both calcium and potassium. Some people say that they taste like mushrooms. You can mix Moringa flowers in a salad or fry them in Moringa oil, as well as add…

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Moringa oleifera – Moringa Leaf

Moringa oleifera – Moringa Leaf

Moringa oleifera leaves are small, thick, and extremely nutritious leaves, that contain a rich combination of nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, powerful antioxidants, and complete protein. The bulk of the nutrition is found in the young leaves. The older the leaves are – the less nutrition they contain. That is way moringa leaves are harvested early when moringa trees are still saplings. They are plucked from freshly cut branches. After being cleaned of impurities, the moringa leaves are dried at low temperature for better vital nutrients preservation. Then they are chopped…

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