After matcha tea, Chaï latte, Pink latte or Golden latte, another drink promises to give us all the energy we sorely need: the moringa latte. Made from Moringa Oleigera, a plant native to India touted to be miraculous in Ayurvedic medicine, as it acts as a natural remedy for many ailments. It is in fact the most powerful natural antioxidant in the world since it contains more than 92 nutrients and 46 types of antioxidants.
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The plant in question would indeed have many virtues and has been used for centuries in the countries of Asia, Africa and South America to help treat problems of anemia, anxiety, skin infections, bronchitis, etc Moringa leaves are rich in vitamins, potassium, magnesium, iron and antioxidants.
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A health ally
The journal Ecology of Food and Nutrition has also compared its benefits to those of oranges (Moringa leaves would contain seven times more vitamin C than oranges), with those of carrots (they would contain four times more vitamin A), and those of bananas (they would contain three more potassium). But that’s not all, among the many beneficial effects boasted, Moringa would also have beneficial effects on type 2 diabetes, on cardiovascular diseases, on asthma and also on depression.
A drink that has it all and could well become your favorite summer drink. The reason ? Thanks to its fiber content, it helps the intestine to burn fat rather than store it. And if this drink is often compared to matcha, in particular because of its color, the moringa latte has the advantage of being completely devoid of caffeine or theine, which means that it can be consumed at any time of the day. , even if it is not recommended to drink moringa at the end of the day because of its stimulating effect on the intestine.
How do we consume it?
If the Moringa tree comes mainly from India, it is possible to find moringa completely food in the form of powder or capsules here. Generally, you will find them in specialized stores such as herbalists or in organic stores, but also in pharmacies or parapharmacies. Beware, however, of moringa that you can buy online, but if necessary, check its composition carefully. Simply add the equivalent of 2 grams in milk, preferably vegetable for a gourmet drink as desired and according to your needs, increase the dose if you tolerate it well. You can also add some spices in your drink such as cinnamon or a pinch of nutmeg. And for those who are not fans of lattes, nothing prevents you from adding a spoon of moringa in your freshly squeezed fruit juice.
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