Highest ORAC value of any known food, Moringa Oleifera now available! — DALLAS, July 20, 2012

17 07 2013

Highest ORAC value of any known food, Moringa Oleifera now available!

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DALLAS, July 20, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — The highest antioxidant food ever discovered now available

Moringa oleifera tea was recently found to have the highest antioxidant levels ever discovered in a food. Moringa’s ORAC is higher than blueberries and unlike blueberries, it is available year round. ORAC, oxygen radical absorbance capacity, is a measure of the antioxidant content of various foods.

Moringa oleifera is not technically a tea, but a tisane, a herbal plant infusion. It has no caffeine and is easy to digest, making it perfect for the entire family. A single serving has several times the nutritional value of several other common foods which are eaten specifically for their nutritive content.

For instance, Moringa oleifera has seven times the vitamin C as found in a serving of oranges and three times the potassium as found in a serving of bananas. Moringa oleifera provides a boost to energy because of the naturally occurring nutrients.

Moringa oleifera was recently featured on the Dr. Oz show where it was ranked as one of the best drinks on the market for superior health. He called a cup each day an excellent way to jump start a morning.

In some cultures, Moringa oleifera is known as the “miracle tree” because of the effect is has on the human body. No less an authority than the World Health Organization uses it in daily nutritional supplement programs for undernourished children around the world.

via Highest ORAC value of any known food, Moringa Oleifera now available! — DALLAS, July 20, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ —.

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