Right Nutrition – the Key to Combat the Ebola Virus: Can Moringa Help?
The world continues to battle the very worst outbreak of the Ebola Virus Disease, since the virus was first identified in 1976. The current outbreak is being traced to Guinea, where the first case occurred in December 2013. Since then, several West African countries have been affected and isolated cases have been seen in other countries including the U.S.A. While researchers are working to find a cure, at the moment, none exists.
Can Right Nutrition Help Combat Ebola?
A strong relationship exists between progression of the disease and nutrition. Experts are unanimous that nutritional status is a critical factor in survival chances of Ebola patients; people who are nutritionally stronger have better chances of recovery, as compared to someone who is malnourished. The fact that the Ebola Virus Disease broke out in some of the poorest countries in West Africa could be yet another indicator of the relationship between nutrition and this disease. The UN has launched a mission via the UN World Food Program to feed a million people in Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea to strengthen the population and stop the spread of Ebola. According to a spokesperson from the United Nations’ World Food Program, West Africa, though Ebola can strike and turn fatal even in well fed persons, when a person is malnourished, the progress of the virus quickens significantly, increasing fatality.
Are You Nutritionally Fit?
You may think that there is no way your nutritional levels can be compared to someone in Liberia or Sierra Leone. You may feel that you don’t starve; eat well, so you are nutritionally strong. Your assumption may well be wrong. Shocked?
Good nutrition is not related to how much you eat, but rather what you eat. Given the consumption of junk food, and coffee in the U.S, it is not an understatement to say that we are an overfed, but undernourished nation. In a way, we are malnourished too. Minimize your exposure to various health conditions, including Ebola, caused by poor nutrition, with Moringa.
Moringa – the Nutritional Powerhouse
Popularly called the miracle tree, Moringa has been used extensively in several world health programs to fight malnutrition. Moringa leaves are power packed with a wide range of nutritional elements including vitamins, minerals, proteins, antioxidants, and more; several studies have also shown Moringa as an effective and cost effective means to boost nutrition and save lives.
Moringa enhances your body’s nutritional levels, improving your immunity too. When the body’s immunity levels are high, it has greater chances of fighting bacteria and viruses that attack it. According to naturalnews.com, the only proven way to help combat the Ebola virus is your body’s immune system. Thus you have greater chances of fighting viruses like Ebola and recovering from the illness, as long as you are nutritionally strong and have good immunity. Moringa is a natural alternative to boost nutrition and to improve your immunity. According to PubMed.gov, Moringa has helped more than 300 different conditions.
King Moringa - Moringa at its Best
The Moringa plant grows natively in Africa, and India. Our King Moringa products are made from Moringa leaves sourced from an eco-conscious, environmentally friendly farm in Santo Domingo. King Moringa is available as capsules, powder, and tea. Get your daily dose of Moringa goodness in your preferred form with King Moringa. Two capsules in the morning and 2 in the evening will do the trick, or you can start your day with a refreshing cup of King Moringa tea.We owe it to ourselves to keep our body healthy. Moringa is a natural alternative to do that. With King Moringa, you have perhaps an ally by your side in the fight against Ebola too.