4 Vitamins Inside The Cold Pressed Moringa Oil

Vitamins have specific roles in the body and can also provide health benefits. If the levels of this compound are insufficient, the body can experience a disease. The body only needs vitamins in small amounts, but if this need is neglected, the metabolism in our body will be disrupted because its function cannot be replaced by other compounds. This health disorder is known as avitaminosis. An example is if we are deficient in vitamin A, then we will experience addiction. In addition, vitamin intake should not be excessive because it can cause metabolic disorders in the body. However, cold pressed moringa oil provides a solution for this as it contains 4 and more vitamins vital to the health of your body.

Vitamin D (calciferol)

Vitamin D is essential for bone growth and maintenance, because it controls the absorption of calcium and phosphorus which are essential for bone metabolism. Lack of vitamin D in children will cause rickets, and in adults it causes osteomalacia, a condition in which bones become weak and soft.

Vitamin D can be produced by the body when the skin receives ultraviolet rays from the sun. Vitamin D deficiency can occur in those who have a diet low in vitamin D or who are rarely exposed to sunlight. Large doses of vitamins can cause excess calcium, especially in children, which interferes with bone formation. However, this is very rare. There are no recommendations regarding a vitamin D diet for adults who live normal lives and are moderately exposed to sunlight.

Compared to milk, in the same weight (100 grams), cold pressed moringa oil contains 4 times more natural Vitamin D and dried Moringa leaves contain 17 times more vitamin D.

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Vitamin E (tocopherol)

This vitamin is an important antioxidant that prevents premature aging of cells, stimulates the immune system, reduces the risk of cataracts, protects against heart disease, prevents cancer and maintains healthy skin. Vitamin E deficiency in humans is rare, except in premature babies and those with digestive problems.

Vitamin E is present in sesame oil, soybeans, rice, corn and sunflower seeds, egg yolks, nuts and vegetables.

Cold Pressed Moringa oil contains 113 mg / 10 ml of oil, 3 times more than spinach and 4 times as much vitamin E as found in corn oil.

Vitamin K, (Phylloquinone)

Vitamin K is involved in blood clotting and a deficiency can cause excessive bleeding and difficulty healing. Deficiency of this vitamin is rare, except in newborns and those who have problems with absorption or metabolism of vitamins, such as people with chronic liver disease. Lettuce, cabbage, cauliflower, spinach, kale, milk, and dark green leafy vegetables are the best sources of this vitamin.

Cold Pressed Moringa Oil contains 108 µg / 10 ml of oil, 1.5 times more than cabbage.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A plays a role in the growth and maintenance of bone and epithelial tissue, increases immunity, and combats free radicals (antioxidants). Vitamin A deficiency is the leading cause of blindness in children in many developing countries.

Vitamin A is found in yellow-orange, dark green leafy foods and in the form of retinol in foods of animal origin. Carrots, mangoes, pumpkin, papaya, spinach, broccoli, watercress, egg yolks, milk and liver are foods rich in vitamin A. Cold Pressed Moringa Oil contains 10 times more vitamin A and beta carotene, 4 times more than vitamin A. in Carrots.

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