“Miracle Tree” Moringa Rich Nutrients

Moringa is called the “miracle tree” because it contains more than 90 kinds of nutrients. It is said to be “the plant with the highest nutritional value on earth” because of its high nutritional value. A major feature is that it contains 300 kinds of medicinal effects and “18 kinds of essential amino acids and non-essential amino acids” in a well-balanced high concentration. Especially for those who find it troublesome to take multiple supplements.

Contains the following nutrients

  • Protein
  • Polyphenol
  • Calcium
  • Vitamine A
  • Vitamine B1
  • Vitamine B2
  • Vitamine C
  • Vitamine E
  • Essential amino acids
  • Zinc
  • Folic acid
  • Dietary fiber
  • GABA
  • Potassium
  • Magnesium
  • Silver points

Abundant protein becomes the energy source of the body. A lack of protein can lead to dull hair and dry skin—46 antioxidants, including polyphenols. Building a rust-free body is necessary for well-aging (getting old well). Dietary fiber contains a good balance of water-soluble and insoluble dietary fiber. It is also effective in improving constipation and is very active in intestinal activity. Gaba is said to improve the quality of sleep. It also contains various types of minerals.

Rich in nutrients

"Miracle Tree" Moringa Rich Nutrients

18 essential and non-essential amino acids

Essential amino acids (9 types)

Tryptophan: calms the mind and nerves

Lysine: Enhances concentration and is greatly involved in body growth and strengthens liver function

Methionine: lowers blood cholesterol levels and removes active oxygen

Phenylalanine: Appetite suppression, analgesic effect, tranquilizer

Threonine: Prevents fatty liver

Valine: Synthesis of protein, improvement of liver function, adjustment of blood nitrogen balance

Leucine: Improving liver function, muscle strengthening, protein synthesis

Isoleucine: Strengthens muscles, promotes growth, expands blood vessels, strengthens liver function, supports nerve function, recovers from fatigue

Histidine: Promotes growth, relieves chronic arthritis, supports nerve function, reduces stress

Non-essential amino acids (9 types)

Tyrosine: Improves memory, relieves stress, promotes normal brain activity

Arginine: Improving immunity, improving sexual function, normalizing blood vessel function, suppressing appetite

Glycine: lower blood cholesterol, beautiful skin effect, good sleep effect

Proline: weight loss, promotion of collagen synthesis

Glutamic acid: Recovery from fatigue, improvement of ED, suppression of alcoholism, treatment of schizophrenia and dementia

Serine: Activation of brain cells, improvement of memory, moisturizing effect

Aspartic acid: Diuretic effect, treatment of waste products, promotion of liver function, recovery from fatigue

Alanine: Supports liver function, improves immunity GABA: Anti-aging, anti-dementia, neuro stabilizing action

Essential amino acids BCAA essential for exercise

BCAA is a collective term for the three essential amino acids “valine,” “leucine,” and “isoleucine” that cannot be produced in the body. BCAAs are an essential nutrient and source of muscle energy, and Moringa’s BCAA content is astonishing. It is also rich in nutrients that are effective in breaking down lipids and recovering from fatigue.

"Miracle Tree" Moringa Rich Nutrients
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