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ANALISIS DE MORINGA VITALMOR

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estudios, análisis, moringa, vitalmor, laboratorio, propiedades


 

VALOR NUTRICIONAL DE LAS HOJAS Y VAINAS
ANÁLISIS DE LAS VAINAS, HOJAS FRESCAS (CRUDAS) Y POLVO DE HOJAS SECAS
Han demostrado este contenido en cada 100 gramos de porciones comestibles

 para que sirve la moringa, propiedades de moringa, composicion, vitaminas, proteinas, aminoacidos, antioxidantes,

 

 Fuente: * De The Miracle Tree: de Lowell Fuglie (ed)

estudios, moringa, laboratorios

 

Personas o empresas que apoyan la Moringa con estudios científicos adicionales sobre las hojas de Moringa:

Alshankiti, Abdullah, PhD | National Agriculture Research Center | Saudia Arabia | alshanki@yahoo.com
Andrade (de), Áurea | Estudiomóvel | Brazil | olar@uol.com.br
Bernasconi, Marco | Desarrollos Agrícolas S.A. (Agricultural Developments South America) (DESA) | Bolivia | marco@befund.com
Calderón, José Luis, MD | Center for Cross-cultural Epidemiologic Studies at Drew University | www.cdrewu.edu | drcalderon@sbcglobal.net
Coa, Kiemoko | Ivory Coast | kiem_coa@yahoo.fr
Creighton, William | Natural Products Ltd. | Tanzania/ Northern Ireland | naturalproducts@hotmail.com
Dewan, Dr. M. L. | HIMCON (Himalayan Consortium for Himalayan Conservation) | mldewan79@hotmail.com | www.indiasocial.org/himcon
Diop, Ousmane Mamadou | ASPRO.2001 (Association pour la Santé Préventive de Rosso) | Mauritania | aspro.2001@caramail.com
Elshaigi, Kamal M. A. | Agrotech Co. Ltd. | Sudan | kamalelshaigi@yahoo.com
Fleischer, Konrad | Paraguay/Germany |
www.morinngaonline.de | Fleischer-Aachen@gmx.de
Fredrickson, Dr. Doren | Distinguished Professor of Public Health – University of Kansas School of Medicine | USA | dfredric@kumc.edu
Fuglie, Lowell | Senegal | fuglie@telecomplus.sn
Gautam, Ashvini | Gautam Global | India |
www.gautamglobal.com | treeseeds@operamail.com
Gnangle, Cesaire P. | Groupe de Recherche et d’Actions pour un Développement Durable | Benin |
gnampaces@yahoo.fr
Goettsch, Eggert | German-Ethiopian Association | Germany/Ethiopia | eggert.goettsch@web.de
Gowon, Michael Joseph | DART (Development Alternatives, Research and Training) | Nigeria |
dartnigeria@yahoo.com
Hilbrands, Frank | Lutheran World Federation/Dept. for World Service | Mauritania | info@lwf-mrt.org |
www.lwf-mrt.org
International Moringa Network | Dr. Armelle de Saint Sauveur | France | www.moringanews.org
Kasozi, Samson | WECADI (Wakiso Environment Conservation and Development Initiative) | Uganda | kasozi2000@yahoo.com
Lyons, Ann | Moringa Farms (Jamaica) Ltd. | Jamaica | ann.lyons@gmail.com
Moern, Va | Mlup Baitong | Cambodia | www.mlup.org | mlup@online.com.kh
Mulenga, Rev. Godfrey January | ALMS (Ark of Life Ministries) | Zambia | gjalms@yahoo.com
Muny, Phat | Prek Leap National School of Agriculture | Cambodia | pnsa@mail.com
Nirula, Deepak and Arvind Bahl | Trees for Life, India | deepaknirula@vsnl.com
Nour Eldean, Hany A. | Public Authority of Agriculture Affairs and Fish Resources – Forestry and Range Department – Kuwait | Kuwait | www.geocities.com/ moringakw | hhnn@canada.com
Obaweya, Williams Dayo | WAECHE (Williams Adedayo Enter Community Health Evangelism) | Nigeria |
dosday2002@yahoo.com
Ongonga, Michael O. | Moringa Research Agency | Kenya | ongongamoringa@yahoo.com
Pontfarcy (de), Guilain | France | guilain.de-pontfarcy@wanadoo.fr
Portman, Rodney | The Berkeley Reafforestation Trust | United Kingdom | portman@pec-brt.ndirect.co.uk
Price, Martin, PhD and Beth Doerr | ECHO, Inc. (Ecological Concerns for Hunger Organization) | USA | mprice@echonet.org | www.echonet.org
Rayl, Verl | Happy Farmers Maun | Botswana |
rayland@botsnet.bw
Riordan, Dr. Hugh | The Center for the Improvement of Human Functioning International | www.brightspot.org
Sahoo, Manaswi and Saheb Sahu | Shakuntala Bidyadhar Trust | sbtrust@sancharnet.in
Saint Sauveur (de), Dr. Armelle | PROPAGE | asauveur@wanadoo.fr
Samp, Matthew and Carl Sorensen | The Moringa Blog | www.moringablog.com | info@moringablog.com
Sehgal Foundation, The | Jay Sehgal | India |
www.smsfoundation.org | smsf@smsfoundation.org
Shumaker, Terry | Compañeros en Ministerio/Partners in Ministry | Mexico | www.companeros-partners.org | partnersinministry@prodigy.net
Silva (da), Fernando José Araújo | Universidade de Fortaleza | Brazil | www.unifor.br | fjas@unifor.br
Sindayigaya, Jean | Compagnie Commerciale de Mumuri S. A. | Burundi | ccmumuri@yahoo.fr
Skinner, Peter | Australia | peterskinner@hotmail.com
Snyder, Phillip | GLOW Ministries International | Haiti | philsnyder@sbcglobal.net | www.glowmi.com
Sosa, Julio Gomez | Permacultora Dominicana | Dominican Republic | permacultoradominicana@msn.com
Straatsma, Bradley R., M.D., J.D. | USA | straatsma@jsei.ucla.edu
Tedonkeng, Etienne Pamo and Fernand Tendonkeng | University of Dschang, FASA, Animal Science Department | Cameroon | pamo_te@yahoo.fr | www.cm.refer.org/edu/ram3/univers/udscha/udsc.htm
Tsay, Hsin-sheng | Chaoyang University of Technology | Taiwan | hstsay@cyut.edu.tw | www.cyut.edu.tw/~ib
Yohannes, Gebregeorgis | EBCEF (Ethiopian Books for Children and Educational Foundation) |
asmedia@telecom.net.et | www.ethopiareads.org

 

Estudios sobre la Moringa


Abajo hay unos ejemplos de los estudios científicos sobre las hojas de Moringa que se han llevados acabo en los últimos años. Para ver una lista completa de los estudios, artículos y otras publicaciones, ver: www.Moringanews.org/biblio_en.html
 

Nutrición


Barminas, J.T.; Charles, Milam; Emmanuel, D. “Mineral composition of non-conventional leafy vegetables.” Plant Foods for Human Nutrition 53.1 (1998): 29-36.
Ching, L.S.; Mohamed, S. “Alpha-tocopherol content in 62 edible tropical plants.” Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 49.6 (2001 Jun): 3101-5.
Freiberger, C.E.; Vanderjagt, D.J.; Pastuszyn, A., and others. “Nutrient content of the edible leaves of seven wild plants from Niger.” Plant Foods for Human Nutrition 53.1 (1998): 57-69.
Geervani, P.; Devi, A. “Influence of protein and fat on the utilisation of carotene from drumstick (Moringa oleifera) leaves.” The Indian Journal of Medical Research 74.0 (1981 Oct): 548-53.
Girija, V.; Sharada, D.; Pushpamma, P. “Bioavailability of thiamine, riboflavin and niacin from commonly consumed green leafy vegetables in the rural areas of Andhra Pradesh in India.” International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research 52.1 (1982): 9-13.
Hosken, Fran. P., ed. “Stopping Malnutrition in the Tropics with the Moringa Tree.” Women’s International Network News 26.2 (2000): 47-48.
Lockett, Cassius; Calvert, Christopher; Grivetti, Louis. “Energy and micronutrient composition of dietary and medicinal wild plants consumed during drought. Study of rural Fulani, Northeastern Nigeria.” International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition 51.3 (2000): 195-208.
Makkar, H.P.S.; Becker, K. “Nutrients and antiquality factors in different morphological parts of the Moringa oleifera tree.” The Journal of Agricultural Science 128.3 (1997): 311-322.
Nambiar, V.S.; Bhadalkar, K.; Daxini, M. “Drumstick leaves as source of vitamin A in ICDS-SFP.” Indian Journal of Pediatrics 70.5 (2003 May): 383-7.
Nambiar, V.S.; Daxini, M.; Bhadalkar, K. “Nutritional and Sensory Evaluation of Dried Drum-stick Leaf (Moringa oleifera) Recipes.” Indian Food Packer 57. Part 6 (2003): 156-161.
Nambiar, Vanisha S.; Seshadri, Subadra. “Bioavailability trials of beta-carotene from fresh and dehydrated drumstick leaves (Moringa oleifera) in a rat model.” Plant Foods for Human Nutrition 56.1 (2001): 83-95.
Pankaja, N.; Prakash, J. “Availability of calcium from kilkeerai (Amaranthus tricolor) and drumstick (Moringa oleifera) greens in weanling rats.” Die Nahrung 38.2 (1994): 199-203.
Sena, L.P.; VanderJagt, D.J.; Rivera, C., and others. “Analysis of nutritional components of eight famine foods of the Republic of Niger.” Plant Foods for Human Nutrition 52.1 (1998): 17-30.
Seshadri, S.; Nambiar, V.S. “Kanjero (Digera arvensis) and Drumstick Leaves (Moringa oleifera): Nutrient Profile and Potential for Human Consumption.” World Review of Nutrition and Dietetics 91.0 (2003): 41-59.
Siddhuraju, P.; Becker, K. “Antioxidant Properties of Various Solvent Extracts of Total Phenolic Constituents from Three Different Agroclimatic Origins of Drumstick Tree (Moringa oleifera Lam.) Leaves.” Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 51.8 (2003): 2144-2155.
Sreenivasan, Jyotsna. “The Drumstick Tree: A Natural Multi-vitamin.” E 11.3 (May/Jun 2000): 17-18.
Subadra, Seshadri; Monica, Jain; Dhabhai, D. “Retention and Storage Stability of Beta-carotene in Dehydrated Drumstick Leaves (Moringa Oleifera).” International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition 48.6 (1997): 373-380.

 

Medicina


Abuye, C.; Omwega, A.M.; Imungi, J.K. “Familial tendency and dietary association of goitre in Gamo-Gofa, Ethiopia.” The East African Medical Journal 76.8 (1999 Aug): 447-51.
Abuye, C.; Urga, K.; Knapp, H., and others. “A compositional study of Moringa stenopetala leaves.” The East African Medical Journal 80.5 (2003): 247-252.
Caceres, A.; Saravia, A.; Rizzo, S.; Zabala, L.; De Leon, E.; Nave, F. “Pharmacologic properties of Moringa oleifera. 2: Screening for antispasmodic, antiinflammatory and diuretic activity.” Journal of Ethnopharmacology 36.3 (1992 Jun): 233-7.
Caceres, A.; Cabrera, O.; Morales, O., and others. “Pharmacological properties of Moringa oleifera. 1: Preliminary screening for antimicrobial activity.” Journal of Ethnopharmacology 33.3 (July 1991): 213-6.
Dangi, S.Y.; Jolly, C.I.; Narayanan, S. “Antihypertensive Activity of the Total Alkaloids from the Leaves of Moringa oleifera.” Pharmaceutical Biology 40.2 (2002): 144-148.
Faizi, S.; Siddiqui, B.S.; Saleem, R., and others. “Fully acetylated carbamate and hypotensive thiocarbamate glycosides from Moringa oleifera.” Phytochemistry 38.4 (1995): 957.
Faizi, S.; Siddiqui, B.N.; Saleem, R., and others. “Isolation and Structure Elucidation of New Nitrile and Mustard Oil Glycosides from Moringa oleifera and Their Effect on Blood Pressure.” Journal of Natural Products 57.9 (1994): 1256-61.
Ghasi, S.; Nwobodo, E.; Ofili, J.O. “Hypocholesterolemic effects of crude extract of leaf of Moringa oleifera Lam in high-fat diet fed wistar rats.” Journal of Ethnopharmacology 69.1 (2000): 21-26.
Mekonnen, Y. “Effects of Ethanol Extract of Moringa stenopetala Leaves on Guinea-pig and Mouse Smooth Muscle.” Phytotherapy Research 13.5 (1999): 442-444.
Mekonnen, Y.; Yardley, V.; Rock, P., and others. “In Vitro Antitrypanosomal Activity of Moringa stenopetala Leaves and Roots.” Phytotherapy Research 13.6 (1999): 538-9.
Mekonnen, Yalemtsehay; Drager, Birgit. “Glucosinolates in Moringa stenopetala.” Planta Medica 69.4 (2003): 380-382.
Morton, Julia F. “The Horseradish Tree, Moringa pterygosperma (Moringaceae) -- A Boon to Arid Lands?” Economic Botany 45.3 (1991): 318-333.
Murakami, Akira; Kitazono, Yumi; Jiwajinda, Suratwadee; Koshimizu, Koichi; Ohigashi, Hajime. “Niaziminin, a Thiocarbamate from the Leaves of Moringa oleifera, Holds a Strict Structural Requirement for Inhibition of Tumor-Promotor-Induced Epstein-Barr Virus Activation.” Planta Medica 64.4 (1998): 319-323.
Nath, D.; Sethi, N.; Singh, R.K.; Jain, A.K. “Commonly used Indian abortifacient plants with special reference to their teratologic effects in rats.” Journal of Ethnopharmacology 36.2 (1992 Apr): 147-54.
Pal, S.K.; Mukherjee, P.K.; Saha, B.P. “Studies on the Antiulcer Activity of Moringa oleifera Leaf Extract on Gastric Ulcer Models in Rats.” Phytotherapy Research: PTR 9.6 (1995): 463.
Pal, S.K.; Mukherjee, P.K.; Saha, K., and others. “Studies on Some Psychopharmacological Actions of Moringa oleifera Lam. (Moringaceae) Leaf Extract.” Phytotherapy Research: PTR 10.5 (1996): 402.
Pari, L.; Kumar, N.A. “Hepatoprotective Activity of Moringa oleifera on Antitubercular Drug-Induced Liver Damage in Rats.” Journal of Medicinal Food 5.3 (2002): 171-177.
Rao, A.V.; Devi, P.U.; Kamath, R. “In vivo radioprotective effect of Moringa oleifera leaves.” Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 39.9 (2001 Sep): 858-63.
Tahiliani, Pankaj; Kar, Anand. “Role of Moringa oleifera leaf extract in the regulation of thyroid hormone status in adult male and female rats.” Pharmacological Research: the Official Journal of the Italian Pharmacological Society. 41.3 (2000): 319-23.

 

Química


Bennett, R.N.; Mellon, F.A.; Foidl, N., and others. “Profiling Glucosinolates and Phenolics in Vegetative and Reproductive Tissues of the Multi-Purpose Trees Moringa oleifera L. (Horseradish Tree) and Moringa stenopetala L.” Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 51.12 (2003): 3546-3553.
Leuck, Michael; Kunz, Horst. “Regular papers - Synthesis of active principles from the leaves of Moringa oleifera using S-pent-4-enyl thioglycosides.” Carbohydrate Research 312.1-2 (1998): 33-44.
Ruby, J.; Nathan, P.T.; Balasingh, J., and others. “Chemical Composition of Fruits and Leaves Eaten by Short-Nosed Fruit Bat, Cynopterus sphinx.” Journal of Chemical Ecology 26.12 (2000): 2825-2841.
Van Droogenbroeck, B.; Kyndt, T.; Maertens, I.; Romeijn-Peeters, E.; Scheldeman, X.; Romero-Motochi, J.P.; Van Damme, P.; Goetghebeur, P.; Gheysen, G. “Phylogenetic Analysis of the Highland Papayas (Vasconcellea) and Allied Genera (Caricaceae) Using PCR-RFLP.” Theoretical and Applied Genetics 108.8 (2004 May Epub 2004 Jan 30): 1473-86.

 

General


Saint Sauveur (de), A., et al., eds. Development Potential for Moringa Products. International Workshop, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 29 Oct. - 2 Nov. 2001. CIRAD/PROPAGE/SILVA, coll. Colloques, CD Rom. 17 Jan. 2004 <www.moringanews.org/seminaire_en.html>.

 

Referencias


1. Gopalan, C., B.V. Rama Sastri, and S.C. Balasubramanian. Nutritive value of Indian foods. Hyderabad, India: (National Institute of Nutrition), 1971 (revised and updated by B.S. Narasinga Rao, Y.G. Deosthale, and K.C. Pant, 1989).
2. United Nations World Food Programme. Interactive Hunger Map. 2004. December 2004. <www.wfp.org/country_brief/ hunger_map/map/hungermap_popup/map_popup.html>.
3. Gopalan, C., President of the Nutrition Foundation of India.
Email to Trees for Life. 9 July 2002.
4. Martin, Franklin W. and Ruth M. Ruberté. Survival and Subsistence in the Tropics. Mayaguez: Puerto Rico Antillian Press, 1978. [in Price, Martin L. “The Moringa Tree.” Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization (ECHO) Technical Note. 1985 (revised 2002). May 2002. <www.echonet.org/tropicalag/technotes/Moringa.pdf>].
5. Fuglie, Lowell J., ed. The Miracle Tree: Moringa oleifera: Natural Nutrition for the Tropics. Training Manual. 2001. Church World Service, Dakar, Senegal. <www.moringatrees.org/moringa/
miracletree.html>, May 2002.
6. Church World Service. “Hope during drought: CWS presents Andrew Young with 20 Moringa Trees.” June 2000. May 2002. <www.churchworldservice.org/moringa/moringatoyoung.html>.
7. Krishnaswamy, Kamala, Director of the National Institute of Nutrition, Hyderabad, India. Email to Trees for Life. 14 Aug. 2002.
8. Fletcher, Rob. ed. “Moringa oleifera (the kelor tree).” The Australian New Crops Newsletter. Issue 9, Jan. 1998. May 2002.
<www.newcrops.uq.edu.au/newslett/ncnl9192.htm>.
9. Price, Martin L. “The Moringa Tree.” Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization (ECHO) Technical Note. 1985 (revised 2002). May 2002. <www.echonet.org/tropicalag/technotes/Moringa.pdf>.
10. Saint Sauveur (de), Armelle. “Moringa exploitation in the world: State of knowledge and challenges.” Development Potential for Moringa Products. International Workshop, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 29 Oct. - 2 Nov. 2001.
11. Morton, Julia F. “The Horseradish Tree, Moringa pterygosperma (Moringaceae)—A Boon to Arid Lands?” Economic Botany. 45 (3), (1991): 318-333.
12. IndianGyan: The Source for Alternative Medicines and Holistic Health. Home Remedies for Common Ailments. May 2002.
<www.indiangyan.com/books/healthbooks/remedies/cataract.shtml>.
13. Bakhru, H.K. Foods That heal: The Natural Way to Good Health. South Asia Books, 1995.
14. New Crop Resource Online Program (NewCROP). “Moringa Oleifera Lam.” 7 Jan.1998. Purdue U. Jan. 2005. <www.hort.purdue.edu/
newcrop/duke_energy/Moringa_oleifera.html>.
15. Sairam, T.V. Home remedies, Vol II: A Handbook of Herbal Cures for Commons Ailments. New Delhi, India: Penguin, 1999.
16. M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation. Moringa oleifera Lam, Moringaceae. May 2002. <www.mssrf.org./fris9809/ fris1157.html>.
17. Participatory Development Resource Centre for Africa (PDRCA) Page. United Nations Volunteers. Aug. 2000. <www.unv.org/
projects/pdrca/pdrca22.htm>.
18. Home Truths Page. Morepen Laboratories. March 2002. <www.morepen.com/morepen/newsletter/hometruths.htm>.
19. Sambou Diatta, B. “Supplementation for pregnant and breast-
feeding women with Moringa oleifera powder.” Development Potential for Moringa Products. International Workshop, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 29 Oct. - 2 Nov. 2001.

 

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Toda la información de la Moringa Oleifera, que contiene esta web, ha sido extraída de más de 200 referencias mundiales que aparecen en los estudios que hacemos públicos en esta misma web.

Las propiedades de la Moringa Oleifera son reales y están amparadas por analisis oficiales, (en nuestro caso, de Europa) y cada una de las sustancias que aparecen en los analisis, han sido contrastados por la Sanidad tradicional mundial, en un pasado cercano a los 300 años. Estas sustancias que aparecen en la Moringa Oleifera, como los aminoacidos, antioxidantes, minerales, vitaminas, proteinas, etc., (de sobra conocidos) ya han sido probados por la medicina tradicional y de hecho, están incluidos en diferentes farmacos que actualmente se comercializan. Informamos que, efectivamente, estas sustancias que utilizan los laboratorios, previenen ciertas enfermedades. Queremos dejar constancia de las bondades de estas sustancias, con respecto al mundo de la salud y que han sido promulgadas por la propia medicina tradicional. Indicamos que, parte de las sustancias que utilizan los Laboratorios para desarrollar sus productos quimicos, aparecen en la Moringa Oleifera de forma natural.

Los productos que aparecen en esta web son Complementos Alimenticios o Suplementos Nutricionales, no son medicamentos y su cometido no es sustituir ningún tratamiento médico convencional.
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LOS COMPLEMENTOS ALIMENTICIOS no deben utilizarse como sustituto de una dieta equilibrada y se deben de mantener fuera del alcance de los niños.

 

 

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