## Contents

- Essential Amino Acids (1.5 times as many as in eggs from optimal animal husbandry)
^{1} - 46 Antioxidants
^{1} - 26 Anti-inflammatory substances
^{1} - Phytochemicals
- Chlorophyll (highest content ever measured in plants)
^{1} - Polyphenols (6 times as many as in red wine)
^{1} - Zeatin
^{1} - Salvestrol
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- Chlorophyll (highest content ever measured in plants)
- Vitamins
- Vitamin C (6 times as much as in oranges)
^{1} - Vitamin A (4 times as much as in carrots)
^{1} - Vitamin E (4 times as much as in wheat bran)
^{1} - Vitamin B1 & B2 (7 times as much as in yeast)
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- Vitamin C (6 times as much as in oranges)
- Minerals
- Magnesium (twice as much as in browntop millet)
^{1} - Iron (25 times as much as in spinach)
^{1} - Calcium (4 times as much as in milk)
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- Magnesium (twice as much as in browntop millet)
- Fibers (twice as much as in wheat whole grain products)
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## Sources

^{1} Dr. Harnisch, Moringa Kompakt-Ratgeber. Mankau Verlag, 2015. ISBN 978-3-86374-193-8