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Can you send me the Moringa book?

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The main purpose of the Moringa book is to encourage further scientific studies of Moringa. The book is intended for scientists and those in government who can help stimulate such studies. If you know anyone in government or research positions and wish to share the books with them, we would be glad to send you copies for that purpose.

Do you have materials I could use to promote Moringa?


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You may download any of the materials on this page and print and distribute freely. In particular, the 'pocket-sized brochure' has been effective in spreading the word about Moringa's nutritional benefits.

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What is the source of your Moringa nutritional information?

 

  • Our information about the nutritional content of fresh Moringa leaves, and their comparison with other foods, comes from:

    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).
     

  • The information about the nutritional content of dried Moringa leaves comes from:

Do you have materials in French or Spanish?

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The Moringa book is available in French, Spanish and Portuguese as a downloadable PDF file. However, if you or anyone you know desires to translate the book into another language, you are most welcome to do so. If you wish, you are welcome to share your translations with us too. If this is something you are interested in, contact us for more details.

Where can I find technical documents about Moringa?


Check this page of the MoringaNews Network for information on Moringa studies and other documents. You can search by 'author', 'key word' or 'theme'.

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