6 Ways To Include Moringa In Your Diet



​Drumsticks are high in fibre content. You can relish them in curries, soups, or stir-fries, either as is or with other vegetables.

​Moringa leaves

​ Moringa leaves have high content of vitamin C, provitamin A, vitamin K, manganese and protein. They are commonly dried and crushed into a powder to use for soups and sauces or simply cooked like spinach. In fact, the leaves can also be stuffed into parathas.

​Moringa leaves powder

​It is extremely high in iron and also has vitamin C, calcium, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. It is great to have on a regular basis by adding the powder to your smoothie, soup or even plain water.

​Moringa seeds

​The moringa seeds also contain high levels of vitamin C and dietary minerals. They can be roasted like nuts and munched on for a light snack between meals like any other dry fruits and nuts.

​Moringa flowers

​In some regions, moringa flowers are served as a snack by deep frying them after mixing them in a batter of gram flour and spices. You can also use these as a garnish for your salad.

​Moringa oil

​Moringa oil is rich in vitamin E which makes it perfect for both topical applications as well as consumption. You can use it in cooking and frying, or you can make it a base for an array of sauces and dips.

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