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10:25 AM | 26-04-2019

Can I add moringa powder to my 2. 5yr old sons food as well? If yes how much would be good at this age?


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05:44 PM | 25-02-2019


10:28 AM | 10-01-2019

Hi! I can relate to your question as a mother. When we as adults are recommended something that is beneficial for our health we immediately want to apply it to our kids. But here I feel we need to understand that kids and especially babies and toddlers have bodies and systems that are still growing! While they do need high nutrition, the source of nutrition cant always be the same as for adults. From that perspective I would suggest you refrain from giving your child powdered moringa.



10:28 AM | 10-01-2019

Hi! Babies and toddlers are not mini-adults. To nourish your child instead of superfoods / powders etc give him ample dose of fruits, vegetables, green leaves cooked or as salads.

Powders etc may be too highly concentrated for the baby.



10:28 AM | 10-01-2019

No, only whole plant-based food. Moringa fresh leaves are best. A powder is concentrated food, he will have difficulty in digestion.


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