Moringa recipes


Here I am Johanne Bégin Naturopath of body and mind.
I am a certified naturopath and Iridologist to prevent diseases for more than 25 years. My role as a therapist and educator made me discover this miraculous ayurvedic plant from India, Moringa!


It is the Tree of Life with Thousand Virtues ... The Moringa Oleifera is unanimous among the entire scientific community.
Impressive in its richness in nutrients (vitamins, minerals, essential amino acids and omega 3-6-9), it helps fight against aging and about 300 diseases including diabetes (9 million diabetics in Canada and 500 million in the world ) and especially against malnutrition in the world. We use the benefits of the whole tree for its nutritional, anti-aging, anti-anemic, antibiotic, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory and more! A revolution for your health and your lifestyle. You'll find healthy recipes below to find out what your body needs to heal and beautify itself.


Tonic Juice:
Ingredients for a juice of about 1.5 L
3 carrots, 2 granny Smith apples, 1 orange, 1/4 lemon
1 cucumber, 1 small fennel
1 piece of ginger.
and 1 teaspoon of Moringa.
Mix everything in the blender!
Moringa is a tree native to the Himalayas. Called Tree of Life, it is renowned for its richness in antioxidants, vitamins, vegetable proteins and essential amino acids.
Fruits and vegetables associated with Moringa powder is a tonic for difficult mornings!

Quick energizing and antioxidant full salad for your lunch or dinner:
1 cup cooked rice
1 cup broccoli (raw or cooked)
2 cups green salad
1 handful of hazelnut
A couple of mint leaves cut
1 to 2 tablespoons of Moringa powder
Seasoned to taste (salt and pepper).
You can also simply add moringa to your favorite smoothies and juices!

Good health to all!
Johanne Bégin ND.A