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Moringa Leaves

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Nutritional analyses indicate that Moringa leaves contain a wealth of essential, disease-preventing nutrients. They even contain all of the essential amino acids, which is unusual for a plant source. Since the dried leaves are concentrated, they contain higher amounts of many of these nutrients, except vitamin C. Nutritional contents of vegetable matter can vary depending on varieties, seasons, climate, and soil conditions. Thus, different analyses produce different figures. For example, some studies show potassium content of Moringa leaves as lower and iron content as higher than what is shown here.

Vitamin A is obtained from vegetables in the form of its precursor, carotene. The intestines only absorb a fraction of the carotene in foods. Thus, there are differing views on how to calculate the amount of carotene that is absorbed and converted to vitamin A. For vitamin A content, Gopalan et al and Fuglie simply give the figures for carotene or beta-carotene. The most commonly accepted conversion factor of carotene to vitamin A (retinol) is 6:1.

According to Dr. Lowell Fuglie, the West African representative of the Church World Service who used the Moringa tree as a base for a nutrition program, "for a child aged 1-3, a 100 g serving of fresh cooked leaves would provide all his daily requirements of calcium, about 75% of his iron and half his protein needs, as well as important amounts of potassium, B vitamins, copper and all the essential amino acids. As little as 20 grams of leaves would provide a child with all the vitamins A and C he needs."

To get an idea of how much nutrition is in Moringa, an 8g amount of leaf powder will satisfy 14% of protein, 40% of calcium, 23% of iron and nearly all the vitamin A for a child between the ages of 1-3!

Organic Moringa is perfect for pregnant women to satisfy their iron and calcium intake requirements. By taking Organic Moringa, a woman will support her needs for iron and calcium from pregnancy through breast feeding term.

  • Amino Acid Content
  • Vitamin and Mineral Content
Amino Acid Content of Moringa Leaves
All values are per 100 grams of edible portion.
Amino Acid Fresh Leaves
Dried Leaves
Arginine 406.6 mg
1,325 mg
149.8 mg
613 mg
299.6 mg
825 mg
492.2 mg
1,950 mg
342.4 mg
1,325 mg
117.7 mg
350 mg
310.3 mg
1,388 mg
117.7 mg
1,188 mg
107 mg
425 mg
374.5 mg
1,063 mg
Vitamin and Mineral Content of Moringa Leaves
All values are per 100 grams of edible portion.
Vitamin/Mineral Fresh Leaves
Dried Leaves
Carotene (Vit. A)
6.78 mg
18.9 mg
Thiamin (B1)
0.06 mg
2.64 mg
Riboflavin (B2)
0.05 mg
20.5 mg
Niacin (B3)
0.8 mg
8.2 mg
Vitamin C
220 mg
17.3 mg
440 mg
2,003 mg
92 cal
205 cal
12.5 g
38.2 g
0.07 mg
0.57 mg
1.70 g
2.3 g
0.90 g
19.2 g
0.85 mg
28.2 mg
42 mg
368 mg
70 mg
204 mg
259 mg
1,324 mg
6.70 g
0.16 mg
3.29 mg