Get Rid of Iron Deficiency Anemia, Vitamin D and Calcium Deficiency

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Get Rid of Iron Deficiency Anemia, Vitamin D and Calcium Deficiency

Islamabad: In Pakistan, 61 percent of children are suffering from iron deficiency anemia, 54 percent from Vitamin A deficiency, 40 percent from Vitamin D deficiency and 39 percent from Zinc deficiency. Government entities, as well as Non Governmental agencies, have failed to address this significant global issue, malnutrition.


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Moringa tree is popularly known in many countries as a ‘miracle tree’ owing to contain amazing nutritional and medical properties. It is the most cultivated plant from Moringaceae family and can be grown in a tropical, subtropical and semiarid climate. Along with numerous other qualities it possesses the quality to grow faster and is resistant to droughts.

Get Rid of Iron Deficiency Anemia, Vitamin D and Calcium Deficiency

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For years, the Moringa tree has been used to combat malnutrition cases around the globe as it is a significant source of Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin C, Pro-vitamin A as Beta-carotene, Vitamin K, Proteins and Minerals including potassium, calcium, iron, selenium, magnesium among other essential nutrients in its leaves. Its seeds can be eaten as it contains high levels of Vitamin C and a moderate amount of Vitamin B along with dietary minerals.

Moringa leaves can be dried at low temperature and converted into powder which is completely safe for human consumption. There is no toxic element or side effect of using Moringa leaf powder. This powder can be used in many ways.

It can be used as the traditional medicine techniques to counter/treat inflammation, anemia, bronchitis, headache, gastrointestinal problems, eye infection, inner ear infection, skin infection, fiver, and poor nutrition, etc.

“We can reduce the quick growth rate of malnutrition cases in Pakistan by establishing small Moringa farms at village level so that the local communities can take maximum benefits of this implementation.”

It’s been widely used in India for many years, but unfortunately, it has not been used widely in Pakistan. It is only being cultivated by some private farm owners and local landlords as an entrepreneur for generating income. Apart from this, there seems to no exposure and promotion to grow this incredible tree in Pakistan which is essential for resisting diseases especially malnutrition in children. source

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