Why are people experiencing many health benefits from consuming Zija? Check out the incredible source of nutrition that Zija delivers. Zija is made from Moringa Oleifera and was formulated to keep all 92 nutrients enzymatically alive and 100% bio-available.
Read the article below to see why we need high amounts of antioxidants each day to fight off the free radicals that we take into our bodies each day that cause disease and many other health issues people struggle with each day. Did you know that Moringa Oleifera a great source if not the best source for antioxidants in any botanical? Moringa Oleifera is what Zija is made from and contains over 40 antioxidants along with many other vital nutrients we need each day (over 90 total) to stay healthy and looking young.
Turn on the television, open a magazine or listen to the radio and in short order you will no doubt be exposed to an advertisement extolling the virtues of some newly discovered exotic fruit juice that has the highest antioxidant content on the face of the earth. You may wonder — why all the hype? What is the benefit of an antioxidant?
Antioxidants are chemicals that break down or neutralize the damaging effects of free radicals — chemicals produced as a byproduct of normal cellular metabolism. Under normal circumstances, there is a balance between the rate at which free radicals are produced and the rate at which they are eliminated by the action of antioxidants. Free radicals are destructive in that they cause oxidative damage to tissues — essentially causing tissues to rust like a piece of iron left outside in the weather. They damage proteins, fat and even our DNA. In fact, damage to our tissues by free radicals is thought to underlie the process of aging, a theory first described by Dr. Denham Harmon in his “free radical theory of aging” proposed in 1956. Indeed, Dr. Harmon laid the groundwork for the whole antioxidant industry when he demonstrated that free radicals are “quenched” by antioxidants.
The human brain is at particularly high risk for damage by free radicals because of its high degree of metabolism compared to other tissues, while lacking the levels of antioxidant protection found elsewhere in the body. Excessive free radical damage is now thought to represent a pivotal player not only in brain aging, but in degenerative conditions like Alzheimer’s disease as well.
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Why are people experiencing such incredible health benefits from drinking Zija? The main reason is Zija is made from the most nutrient rich botannical ever discovered, Moringa Oleifera. Moringa Oleifera is loaded with over 90 vital nutrients that we need each day for our bodies to function properly and help in preventing disease and other health issues. You can see in the image below the incredible treasure chest of nutrients that Zija delivers. All 90 plus nutrients are 100% bioavailable and enzymatically alive, which means your body can absorb all the nutrients and put them to work for maximum benefit. Here are just a few of the many health benefits that people have reported: lowered blood pressure, lowered cholesterol, reduced joint pain/arthritis issues, reduced or eliminated allergy symptoms, better sleep, mental clarity, ADD/ADHD, digestive and stomach issues, migraine headaches, recovery after workouts, more energy and the list goes on and on. Zija also plays a major part in our XM3 Weight Management System which is producing incredible success for people wanting to lose weight and keep it under control. Zija is helping many people regain the control of the health. Are you in control of your health?
Do you know if your getting the correct amount of amino acids through your regular diet? Amino acids play a vital role in how our bodies function everyday which include building muscle tissue, preventing disease among many other benefits. Zija contains 19 of the 20 amino acids, including all of the essential amino acids that our bodies do not produce and that we need to get through our food chain. The amino acids from Zija are coming from a real source (Moringa Oleifera) which is very important because our bodies can recognize those nutrients and absorb them into our bodies. Got Zija? Read the article below on the importance of amino acids.
(NaturalNews) Many foods contains a variety of essential and non-essential amino acids that play a critical role in metabolizing nutrients, building muscle tissue, and protecting the body against disease. And new research has revealed even more about how vital functional amino acids are in improving growth and development, boosting reproductive function, and maintaining optimal health.
Dr. Guoyao Wu, an animal nutritionist and senior faculty fellow at Texas A&M University’s department of animal science, recently published a study in the journal American Society for Nutrition about how scientists need to take a more proactive approach in studying functional amino acids. Wu explains in his study how amino acids regulate key metabolic pathways in such important ways that supplementation with them could greatly improve overall health conditions both in animals and humans.
Since most research into amino acids has been focused primarily on the essential ones — meaning the type not produced naturally by the body and that have to be supplemented through diet — Wu says more attention needs to be given to the non-essential ones.
The name non-essential does not mean that these amino acids are not necessary for human health, but rather that they are naturally produced in the body. But if biochemical conditions in the body leave these non-essential amino acids lacking, then a person can develop serious illnesses apart from additional supplementation.
According to previous research conducted by Wu, arginine, a type of amino acid, improves the growth and development of animal embryos. It also helps to fight obesity, which means it could play a valuable role in helping to naturally fight the U.S. obesity epidemic. Amino acids also help to lengthen lifespan, prevent cardiovascular disease, and improve antioxidant function.
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Are you getting your Omegas 3, 6 & 9 fatty acids? The Omega fatty acids have many health benefits, especially with inflammatory issues that many people struggle with each day. Do you know someone with inflammatory issues that would could benefit from an incredible source of all natural omegas 3, 6 & 9? Moringa oleifera contains significant amounts of the omegas 3, 6 & 9. Got Zija?? Read the article below from naturalnews.com to learn about the importance of the Omega fatty acids.
(NaturalNews.com) What do the top authors, doctors and health experts have to say about the realtionship between omega-3 fatty acids and inflammation? I asked my Private Research Library that question recently and was overwhelmed with the remarkable wisdom it revealed.
Below, I share the top quotes from noted authors about omega-3 fatty acids and their relationship to inflammation (and the diseases of inflammation). It’s an astonishing tour through the highlights of how omega-3s affect the body’s response to inflammation, and you’ll learn important information about the role of inflammation in diseases like Alzheimer’s, cancer, heart disease, diabetes, eczema, asthma and many others. You’ll also see why inflammation can easily aggravate autoimmune disorders like Lupus and type-1 diabetes, and you’ll find out which low-cost trace mineral boosts the assimilation of omega-3 fatty acids.
With all the interest in marine omega-3s today, you’ll find this article fascinating. Keep in mind that most of the text here was written before green-lipped mussels or krill oil became known as available sources of omega-3 fatty acids, so most authors quoted below recommend cold water fish. Fish are a great source of omega-3s, but the mercury content they may contain makes them potentially more dangerous to your health than the benefits their omega-3 oils provide. So check your sources carefully and only buy from trusted companies that can demonstrate low mercury levels through laboratory analysis.
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This is a partial list of groups and organizations working to maximize the beneficial properties and commercial use of the Moringa Tree.
* Africa Eco Foundation
* African and Hindustani Centers of Diversity
* African Conservation Foundation
* Africast Foundation
* AGADA – Alternative Action for African Development
* Agricultural Developments South America
* Agriculture Mission Fellowship, Taiwan
* Agroforestry Net, Inc.
* Agrotech Co. Ltd., Sudan
* ALMS – Ark of Life Ministries, Zambia
* ANAMED – Action for Natural Medicine, Germany
* Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
* Apostolic Womens’ Movement, Ghana
* Association of Farmers, Educators and Traders, Gambia
* Association pour la Sante Preventive de Rosso, Mauritania
* AVRDC-The World Vegetable Center Works
* BHD – Biotechnology for Human Development
* Binga Foods and Nutritional Committee, Binga District Hospital, Zimbabwe
* Binga Trees Trust Project
* BIOMASA – Honenheim University
* British Overseas Development Agency
* CADEC – Catholic Development Commission
* Canada – Micronutrient Initiatives
* CDE – Centre for Development and Enterprise, South Africa
* CEEM – Christian Ecology and Development Ministry, India
* Center for Cross-Cultural Epidemiologic Studies, Drew University
* Chaoyang University of Technology, Taiwan
* Christian Family Agric. Ministry, Ghana
* CID – Center for International Development
* Compagnie Commerciale de Mumuri S.A., Burundi
* Companeros en Ministerio/Partners in Ministry, Mexico
* CRDA – Christian Relief and Development Association
* CTA – Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation, Netherlands, West Indies and Western Samoa
* CWS – Church World Service
* CWS/Crop Walk
* DART – Development Alternatives, Research and Training, Nigeria
* EBCEF – Ethiopian Books for Children and Educational Foundation
* ECHO – Education Concerns for Hunger Organization, Inc.
* Ecological Internet, Inc. – Forests.org
* Environment Africa
* FAO – Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
* Federal Ministry of Health, Nigeria
* Feed the Children, Uganda
* Gambia National Nutrition Agency and Council
* Gambia United National Environment Programme
* German Development Services
* German-Ethiopian Association
* GIANT – Global Initiative for AIDS Nutritional Therapy
* Global Facilitation Unit for Underutilized Species
* GLOW Ministries International, Haiti
* GoodWorks International LLC – UN Ambassador Andrew Young’s Foundation
* Government of the Philippines, National Nutrition Council
* Grace In Motion Ministries, Brazil
* Groupe de Recherche et d’Actions pour un Developpement Durable, Benin
* Happy Farmers Maun, Botswana
* Harold Martin Botanic Garden, University of Leicester, England
* Heifer International Foundation – Global Food Crisis Fund
* HIMCON – Himalayan Consortium for Himalayan Conversation
* IDEE-Casamance, NGO, Senegal
* India National Institute of Nutrition, Indian Council of Medical Research
* INERA – Institut de l’Environnement et des Recherches Agricoles
* International Eye Foundation
* International Moringa Network
* International Trypanotolerance Centre
* Japan Moringa Association
* Kenya Forestry Research Institute
* KMTC Agricultural Training Centre
* Kyoto City, Japan – Water Purification Project
* Lutheran World Federation, Dept. for World Service, Mauritania
* Mahasarakham University, Thailand
* Medecins Aux Pieds Nus
* Mercy Ships
* Ministry of the Atmosphere and Natural Resources
* Missouri Botanical Gardens, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
* Mlup Baitong, NGO, Cambodia
* Moringa Energie Developpement SA, Senegal
* Moringa Garden Circle
* Moringa Research Agency, Kenya
* NANA – National Nutrition Agency
* National Agricultural Research Center, Saudi, Arabia
* National Council of Churches USA
* National Geographic Society
* National Institutes of Health
* National Science Foundation
* New GENESIS, Haiti
* New York Botanical Garden, Botanical Science Research and Training
* Office International de l’Eau, France
* One Spirit, USA
* Optima of Africa
* Peace Corps
* Permacultora Dominicana, Dominican Republic
* Phytotrade Africa
* Prek Leap National School of Agriculture, Cambodia
* Presbyterian Church of the Sudan
* PROPAGE – Association pour la Promotion des Ressources Vegetales des Regions arides et Semi Arides, France
* Public Authority of Agriculture Affairs and Fish Resources – Forestry and Range Dept., Kuwait
* Purdue University, Center for New Crops & Plants Products
* Rotary Club
* RUAF – Resource Centre on Urban Agriculture & Forestry
* Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, England
* Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
* Rural Women’s Movement, South Africa
* Sehgal Foundation, India
* Shakuntala Bidyadhar Trust
* Silva Forest Foundation
* Stoneleigh, Shroshire, England
* The Berkeley Reafforestation Trust
* The Center for the Improvement of Human Functioning International
* Togo Nature Environment
* Tokyo University of Agriculture, Department of Nutritional Science, Japan
* Trees for Africa
* Trees for Life Moringa Project
* TULUM Ltd.
* United Methodist Committee on Relief
* United Nations World Food Program
* UNESCO – United Nations Educational, Social, and Cultural Organization
* Universidade de Fortaleza, Brazil
* Universite Abdou Moumouni, Niger
* Universite Cadi Ayad-faculte des Sciences Semlalia, Maroc
*Universite Cheikh Anta diop de Dakar, Senegal Laboratory of Nutritional Physiological Chemistry
* Universite d’Abomey-Calavi, Benin
* University of Baroda, Vadodara, Gujarat, India
* University of Botswana
* University of Dschang, FASA, Cameroon
* University of Ghana, Biochemistry Department
* University of Hawaii – CTAHR
* University of Kansas School of Medicine
* University of Leicester, England
* University of Stellenbosch, Dpt of Physiological Studies, South Africa
* University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji Islands
* University of Wageningen, Division of Human Nutrition
* U. S. Agency for International Development
* U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service – NFTA
* Wangari Maathai Foundation
* WECADI – Wakiso Environment Conservation and Development Initiative, Uganda
* WAECHE -Williams Adedayo Enter Community Health Evangelism, Nigeria
* West Indies Self Help WISH Mission, Haiti
* World Vision
* World Water Forum
* Zimbabwe Forestry Commission
* Zimbabwe Rural District Council
Zija uses 100% natural moringa that delivers over 90 verifiable nutrients. Zija does not contain any chemicals, presevatives or concentrates and is 100% bioavailable and enymatically alive.
Moringa Oleifera is the most nutrient rich botannical (90+ nutrients) that has been discovered to date. See what one of the world’s top pharmacologist and other experts say about this incredible plant and how it can benefit people around the world.
Zija contains all 9 essential amino acids and 20 in all. If you want to make sure you are receiving your daily requirement of amino acids then drink Zija.
(naturalnews.com) Now comes word from Italian scientists that they’ve discovered a mix of amino acids is a life extender in animals — and may well be a longevity aid for humans, too. But perhaps the most interesting aspect of this study, which was just published in the October issue of the journal Cell Metabolism, is a statement made by lead researcher Enzo Nisoli of Milan University in Italy which suggests nutritional therapies are being taken very seriously in the world of scientific research. The new study showing the life extending power of amino acids, Nisoli stated, supports a “general philosophy of a nutritional approach to disease, aging, and problems of energy status”
Check out this abstract from PubMed regarding the beneficial nutrients that come from the Moringa Oleifera plant. All of the Zija products are made from Moringa Oleifera plant and utilize the 90 plus nutrients to deliver real nutrition that most of us are not getting through the food chain.
Moringa oleifera: a food plant with multiple medicinal uses.
Department of Chemistry, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad-38040, Pakistan. email@example.com
Moringa oleifera Lam (Moringaceae) is a highly valued plant, distributed in many countries of the tropics and subtropics. It has an impressive range of medicinal uses with high nutritional value. Different parts of this plant contain a profile of important minerals, and are a good source of protein, vitamins, beta-carotene, amino acids and various phenolics. The Moringa plant provides a rich and rare combination of zeatin, quercetin, beta-sitosterol, caffeoylquinic acid and kaempferol. In addition to its compelling water purifying powers and high nutritional value, M. oleifera is very important for its medicinal value. Various parts of this plant such as the leaves, roots, seed, bark, fruit, flowers and immature pods act as cardiac and circulatory stimulants, possess antitumor, antipyretic, antiepileptic, antiinflammatory, antiulcer, antispasmodic, diuretic, antihypertensive, cholesterol lowering, antioxidant, antidiabetic, hepatoprotective, antibacterial and antifungal activities, and are being employed for the treatment of different ailments in the indigenous system of medicine, particularly in South Asia. This review focuses on the detailed phytochemical composition, medicinal uses, along with pharmacological properties of different parts of this multipurpose tree.
PMID: 17089328 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]