Moringa – Better Protein Than Soy


Moringa is considered to offer the highest protein ratio of any plant thus far identified, with the protein in Moringa being comparable in quality to that of soy. Food scientists once thought that only soy had protein similar to meat, dairy, and eggs. Now they have added Moringa to that very short list. Some even consider Moringa protein much better than soy protein as it is non-allergic. Proteins are digested into smaller units generally known as amino acids. Moringa contains 18 of the 20 amino acids essential for body system including all eight of the essential amino acids present in meat products. (Meat is a luxury many people around the world simply can’t afford). The body cannot manufacture those eight essential amino acids and must get them through the food we eat. Moringa is one of very few plants that includes all eight.

More Impressive Than Olive Oil

Oleifera is a Latin term meaning oil containing. The Moringa oil, generally known as ben oil, (a result of the high concentration of behenic acid contained in the oil) is extracted from the seeds. Moringa Oleifera seeds contain 35-40% oil by weight and can yield more oil per hectare than sunflower or peanuts. The oil has more impressive attributes than olive oil. It is used in cooking and cosmetics; and because it won’t spoil and turn rancid, it is also utilized as a preservative and machinery lubricant, even being used as a lubricant in fine watches. What’s left after the oil has been extracted from the seeds is known as seed cake, which is used as feed to improve milk production in cows.

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