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Questions Answered: What's the Best Way to Take Moringa?

One of the most common questions we get asked here at Simple Life Nutrition is "What's the best way to take moringa?" 

It might not surprise you, but we feel that every type of moringa product is great (we may be a bit biased). However, you may find that certain moringa supplements are better suited for you based on your personal preferences. 

If you're unsure of the best way for you to take moringa, then you're in luck - we've broken it down for you. Here's the best way to take moringa based on a number of reasons:

Option #1 - Moringa Capsules

We'll start with moringa capsules - the easiest way to take moringa. You should take moringa capsules if:

1) You want a simple, convenient way to take moringa

There's no easier way to take moringa than using moringa capsules. Simply read the back of the label to see how many you should take a day, grab a glass of water, swallow the moringa capsules and bam - you're done.

2) You find the taste of moringa to be too bitter

One the only complaints about moringa is that it has a slightly bitter taste. If you don't mix it with sweeter foods, the taste can be off-putting to some people. To get around this, you can simple take moringa capsules, which is concentrated moringa powder without the taste.

Option #2 - Moringa Powder

Moringa powder is perhaps the most popular way to take moringa and rightfully so - it often gives you the most bang for your buck. You should use moringa powder if:

1) You like to get creative in the kitchen

Moringa powder is versatile; it can be added to smoothies, soups, salad dressings, and even oatmeal. If you're a creative individual who likes coming up with exciting, fun dishes in the kitchen, then you'll love experimenting with moringa. It adds a unique flavor to any dish and will certainly add nutritional value to any dish.

2) You want to make your own dose

Moringa capsules limit how much you can take, so if you want to take more than the single dose found in two capsules, then you'll need moringa powder so you can find the right dosage to best suit your needs.

3) You want the most bang for your buck

On a per serving basis, moringa powder provides you with the most bang for your buck. In just one of our 8oz. bags of premium, organic moringa powder, there are 226 teaspoon sized servings. With the average individual, using 2-3 teaspoons a day, one bag of powder can last you several months - verses capsules that only last one to two months.

Option #3 - Moringa Tea

Moringa tea is a tasty, unique way to take moringa, and may be best for you if:

1) You're a tea drinker

Enough said.

2) You're looking for a coffee alternative

Many people are switching from coffee to tea to get a energy boost without the jittery effects of caffeine. Moringa tea is the perfect alternative to coffee and it'll provide you with plenty of energy to get through your day with the added bonus of over 40 anti-oxidants to boost your immunity.

Final Thoughts

Every way to take moringa has its' advantages, it really comes down to your personal preference. So which is your favorite way to take moringa & way? 

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