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Nutritional Content: Moringa (Leaves)

Moringa oleifera is a tropical tree known simply as Moringa, Drumstick Tree, horseradish Tree, Ben Oil Tree or Benzolive Tree, its leaves, flowers, pods and seeds are edible and its consumption has become very popular throughout the world due to its nutritional content and medicinal properties.
On this occasion we propose to present the nutritional values ​​of Moringa leaves, as well as to give some general recommendations on their consumption. In this regard, the first thing to note is that it is not recommended to consume Moringa to pregnant women, so it is best to avoid using it during this stage.
On the other hand, 100 grams of Moringa leaves contain 1.2 mg of Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine), which is almost the daily recommendation (for healthy adults) of this vitamin. It should be noted that Pyridoxine is responsible for producing Red Blood Cells and is involved in the formation of neurotransmitters; an excess in the consumption of this vitamin can cause neurological disorders and hardeni…

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