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June 26, 2023

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ADHD stands for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. It is a neurodevelopmental disorder that commonly affects children and often persists into adulthood. A persistent pattern of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity that significantly interferes with daily functioning and development characterises ADHD.

Whilst there is limited research with a specific focus on the effects of Moringa on ADD and ADHD, the immense density of Moringa’s nutrient profile is an established fact. There is no other plant on the planet that contains a higher concentration of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and fibre. The benefits of Moringa for mental health in general are legendary.

Treat it the natural way

Can ADD and ADHD be treated naturally? More and more people want to engage in a more holistic way of treating these challenges. A combination of dietary-, lifestyle and behavioural interventions (amongst other things) can be employed to achieve it.

Enter Moringa, the most nutrient dense plant on earth. Moringa contains all of the compounds that can improve the symptoms of ADD and ADHD mentioned below in spades and, importantly, in a bio-available form.

Now let us shortly expound on these crucial nutrients.

Protein:

The body uses the protein in Moringa to make neurotransmitters – the chemicals released by brain cells to communicate with each other. Protein can prevent spikes in blood glucose levels, which increase hyperactivity. Furthermore, if one combines protein and complex carbs that are high in fibre and low in sugar, as it is in Moringa leaves, your ADHD symptoms will be more manageable during the day, whether you’re drinking medication or not.

Antioxidants:

Some studies suggest that oxidative stress may play a role in ADHD. Antioxidants help protect the body against this problem. Moringa leaves contain a high concentration of various antioxidants, for instance flavonoids and polyphenols.

Anti-inflammatory compounds:

Chronic inflammation can play a role in ADHD. Moringa is a natural superstar where anti-inflammatories are concerned. The leaves contain 36 inflammation fighting compounds like isothiocyanates and quercetin. Above all, these anti-inflammatory properties can have a positive impact on overall brain health.

Magnesium and Zinc:

These are two minerals that are vital in controlling ADHD symptoms. Both are crucial to normal health, and a surprising number of children and adults are deficient in them. Zinc regulates the neurotransmitter dopamine and improves the brain’s response to dopamine.

Magnesium is also used to make neurotransmitters involved in attention and concentration. Furthermore, it has a calming effect on the brain. At least 25% of the children are low in zinc.

Omega 3’s

A human body that takes in too little healthy fats is like a car’s engine running on only half of its cylinders. Omega-3’s are fats that are essential for normal brain function. Consequently, they can therefore improve several aspects of ADHD behaviour, such as:

• Hyperactivity

• Impulsivity and Concentration

They are “essential” fats that we must get from food because our bodies cannot make them. Unfortunately, most people do not get enough of it from their daily diet.

The positive effect of Omega 3 on ADHD has been proven by various studies and is well documented. One 2009 study from Sweden found that almost 50% of children who supplemented with Omega 3 daily had improved management of their symptoms after six months. This is an impressive result for a safe nutritional supplement with few side effects.

The take-away

The addition of a natural supplement such as Moringa, can treat problems like ADD and ADHD in a natural, affordable and safe way. Using a Moringa supplement will have many beneficial spin-offs like balanced blood sugar, improved immunity and energy and reduced fatigue and anxiety. Why don’t you try it too?

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