Add A Little Seasoning to Your Life
At Eden Wellness we're doing it the Moringa way by using "Moringa Seasoning" as an addition to all our food. When you add Moringa to your food while cooking it will give it great seasoning while also providing for your body all the nutrients that it needs for a daily meal. When you use Moringa it adds flavor to your food and nourishes your body at the same time. Look at all the vital nutrients your body will receive when you use "Moringa Seasoning verses other seasonings."
Moringa Leaf Benefits:
Vitamin’s A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B7, B12, C, D, E, K
All the Antioxidants....
All the Anti-Inflammatory Compounds...
All the Omegas, Omega 3, 6 & 9
Isoleucine – An amino acid that promotes natural energy and brain health.
Leucine – An amino acid that works with isoleucine to contribute to alertness and high energy.
Lysine – Helps the bones absorb calcium, helps to create antibodies, regulates hormones, and balances nutrients.
Also reduces viral growth and helps to build collagen in bones.
Methionine – Supplies sulfur to the body, lowers cholesterol, increases the liver’s production of lecithin. It reduces the fat stores in the liver, protects the kidneys, and keeps skin, hair and nails healthy.
Phenylalanine – Helps the brain’s nerve cells communicate by producing the needed chemicals that support this function. This amino acid reduces hunger pangs, improves memory, and keeps you alert. It also boosts mood.
Threonine – This amino acid assists metabolism and helps prevent fat from building up in the liver. It also helps the body to digest food and keeps the intestinal tract healthy.
Tryptophan – This amino acid supports the immune system, lessens depression, and insomnia, and even helps with migraine headaches. It works with lysine to reduce ‘bad’ cholesterol and also reduces arterial spasms which can cause heart attack.
Valine – Helps to promote a coordinated body and a calm mind.
There are also non-essential amino acids is Moringa, including, alanine, arginine, aspartic acid, cysteine, glycine, histidine, serine, proline, tyrosine, and glutamic acid. These components carry out vital activities in our body from wound healing to immune boosting and cancer tumor suppression, to muscle and tissue growth.