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Moringa and Crohn’s Disease – All You Need to Know

For those afflicted by Crohn’ disease, life can be very painful. An inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn’s side effects can include rectal bleeding, severe cramps, and uncontrolled diarrhea.

Crohn’s is a chronic illness that afflicts even children impeding their development. Living with Crohn’s disease and its lifelong relapses can be extremely challenging. Special diet and enhanced nutritive supplements are required to guarantee good quality of life. Adding Moringa to a Crohn’s diet could help your body get invaluable nutrition.  

Many people get confused when it comes to the differences between Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), Crohn's disease, and ulcerative colitis (UC). IBD is the umbrella term for the condition under which both Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis fall. But -you'll see- there is much more to the story.

Importance of Nutrition in Crohn’s Disease

Paying special attention to your Crohn’s diet may help reduce symptoms, replace lost nutrients, and promote healing according to the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America. People living with Crohn’s must maintain good nutrition because Crohn’s often reduces appetite. Besides, constant diarrhea diminishes the body’s capacity to retain vitamins, minerals, and water. A person suffering from Crohn’s is thus in a nutritionally depleted state. Hence one of the smart options for managing Crohn’s disease could be to incorporate a highly nutritive supplement such as Moringa into your diet.

Moringa for Crohn’s Disease

Packed with 46 antioxidants, 92 nutrients, 36 anti-inflammatory agents, and essential vitamins adding Moringa to your daily diet could help boost your immunity and suppress inflammation naturally and effectively in Crohn’s disease.

Studies have revealed that Moringa contains ALL 9 essential amino-acids including the essential amino acid ‘Threonine’. Threonine assists metabolism and could improve the functioning of the digestive and intestinal tracts. ‘Serine’ is another essential amino acid in Moringa which contains antibodies that could help strengthen the body’s immune system to fight this debilitating bowel disease. So incorporating Moringa supplements regularly in your diet is likely to help combat the symptoms of Crohn’s disease more effectively.

Senyia Moringa - Only the Best Moringa for You

Senyia Moringa is sourced from our environment-friendly organic farms in Nicaragua and comes to you brimming with the herbal integrity of this ‘tree of life’. Take your pick from our Natural range of Senyia capsules, tea, powder and oil and recapture your quality of life. Consult your doctor as to which of these supplements could be most beneficial.

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