5 Reasons Why You Need Moringa to Fight Fatigue Brought On By Fibroids
Low Iron (also known as anemia) is common in women of African origin who suffer from Fibroid growths.
Fibroids are non-cancerous growths that develop in or around the womb (uterus).
Studies suggest that Fibroids exist in 80% of premenopausal women, however many women are unaware that they have Fibroids as they experience no or very few symptoms.
They develop more frequently in women of African origin, who also tend to experience the worst symptoms such as fatigue due to low levels of Iron.
Finding a natural way to beat fatigue and other major symptoms of Fibroids is so important to maintaining a healthier life.
In this article, I will talk about one natural way, through diet that can help.
I started using Moringa while suffering the worst Fibroids symptoms.
Luckily, a chance discussion with a work colleague about my symptoms resulted in a recommendation to use Moringa.
Moringa comes from the Moringa Oleifera, a fast growing and drought resistant tree that grows in the wild or is cultivated mainly in Africa and the Indian subcontinent.
It is commonly grown for its leaves which are used for food but also used for herbal medicine and natural hair and beauty products
Almost overnight, I felt more energised and less fatigued, and I hope that you too will achieve all the benefits I had from taking Moringa.
The problem is that we tend to lead very busy lives, meaning we resort to using more artificial means of reducing fatigue and low energy.
Some women rely on high sugar and high caffeine energy drinks.
The problem is that these two components can be promoters of Fibroid growths and make the symptoms much worse.
Taking supplements such as Iron tablets are OK for the short term treatment of chronic anemia, but it is best to look for a more natural and long term approach to avoiding low Iron levels.
So what are the reasons why Moringa is ideal for fighting fatigue and Low Iron Levels brought on by Fibroids?
Moringa is thought to:
Reduce Fatigue and Improve Energy Levels
Moringa can help your body to absorb more Iron, therefore increasing your red blood cell count.
The higher your red blood cell count, the more oxygen carried around the body to counteract fatigue and give your body an energy boost.
Moringa contains anti-inflammatory components such as Zinc, Phosphorus and Magnesium.
These components help maintain good cell development and health, help fight disease and infections and are known for helping to reduce fibroid growth.
Help to Lower Cholesterol and Blood Pressure
Moringa contains isothiocyanate and niaziminin, compounds that can help to reduce blood pressure.
It also contains powerful antioxidants that help to maintain a healthy heart.
A healthy circulation is an obvious plus for reducing fatigue and high energy levels.
Moringa also contains no harmful cholesterol.
Reduce Weight Gain
This helps in two ways:
For the body, Moringa is extremely low in fat and helps to reduce the levels of glucose and protein in the body.
For emotion or mood, Moringa is thought to help reduce depression and anxiety.
Reducing Weight gain is as much about controlling emotion and mood, as well as diet
Help the Body convert Fat into Energy
The healthy compounds in Moringa help reduce harmful fats by converting them into energy
Final Thoughts on the benefits of Moringa
Preventing Low Iron is just one of a waft of key benefits of adding Moringa to your diet.
As a woman with a 80% chance of having Fibroid growths at some stage of your life, your number one priority should be maintaining your long term health as naturally as possible.
Avoiding low Iron levels is so important, and there are so many other natural food items that can help.
However, just taking a look at all the healthy components of Moringa (below) should help make up your mind of its health and wellbeing benefits:
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
B3 (Niacin), B-6
Folate And Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)
So are you ready to get started on your journey to a life free from fatigue and fibroid dominance?
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