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Posted on January 15, 2018

We all know only too well, the dismaying feeling of suffering from digestive issues and stomach problems. It’s annoying, you spend a lot of time trying to figure out what you ate that upset your tummy and more often than not, you just end up taking more and more food out of your diet.

But that in of itself presents a whole host of other problems. You can’t just meet up with friends at any old restaurant, you have to plan ahead for all your meals, and you spend more time and energy than you have on researching options.

Vitamin Deficiencies - The Root Cause of Digestive Issues

Millions of Americans suffer from digestive issues every single day - but what really causes most digestive issues?

It's difficult to say exactly, but for many adults, it's simply a lack of proper nutrients in your daily meals. Simply put, you "get what you put in" and eating foods that lack nutrients is what makes you feel slow, tired, and bloated.

Essential Vitamins for Digestion

Some of the most important vitamins include Thiamine and vitamin B2 which can help your body to convert the carbohydrates in your food into energy. This is necessary for cells in cell regeneration and degeneration activities. They also play an important role in the regulating your appetite which can also affect your overall digestion.

Both Vitamin B3 and niacin play an important part of other digestive tract functions. These vitamins can help to also breakdown the carbohydrates and fats in your meals and snacks. In addition, Pyridoxine helps your digestive system to process all the proteins that are found in the food you eat.

We can't forget Complex B vitamins either. These vitamins improve digestion by regulating your appetite, metabolism, and by improving various other body processes that rely on normal digestion.

Digestion really starts in your mouth so keeping your mouth and gums healthy is essential. Vitamin C, Vitamin D, and calcium are three essential vitamins for gum and teeth healthy. 

Moringa - One, Stop Shop for Digestive Healthy

 So how does moringa fit into all of this? It's simple - moringa has almost every important mineral and vitamin for healthy digestion. It is loaded with Vitamin A, C, & D, and it contains several B-vitamins as well.

In addition, Moringa contains over 40 anti-inflammatory compounds that reduce bloating, gas, and constipation. Other anti-oxidant compounds found in moringa help your body produce good bacteria and eliminate bad bacteria so your body can maximize nutrient absorption.

We recommend our moringa tea to help solve your digestive ailments. It provides a warm, calming sensation and may help to reduce your bloating and gas, while also helping to settle your upset stomach. Any moringa supplement can help, but if you're truly suffering from digestive problems, then moringa tea is the best way to go.