Moringa company Kuli Kuli is pioneering this new anti-Inflammatory superfood
A new year is upon us and a new superfood trend here! Move over turmeric. Leading health and wellness experts at the Sterling Rice Group, Good Morning America and the popular wellness blog Well+Good have identified moringa as the superfood of 2018. Kuli Kuli, America’s moringa brand has experienced over 200% growth this year and are leveraging the power of the US market to fundamentally improve the lives of farmers across West Africa and Central America.
Known in ancient cultures as the “tree of life,” moringa is nutrient-dense and contains promising medicinal benefits. Moringa’s leaves are naturally rich in protein, iron, calcium, vitamins, and antioxidants. Moringa also provides a complete protein with all nine essential amino acids. Kuli Kuli sources the highest quality, sustainably grown organic moringa leaves from their network of family farmers and women-led cooperatives across the globe.
Moringa could be a more effective anti-inflammatory than turmeric
Recent research has questioned the effectiveness of curcumin, the anti-inflammatory agent found in turmeric, and have shown promising results that moringa could be much more effective. Many of the polyphenols and related isothiocyanates in moringa (particularly sulforaphane from broccoli) have been well studied and shown to have promising anti-inflammatory activity.
Start 2018 with a healthy boost and get your leafy moringa greens on-the-go, today!
Due to their best in class sourcing and quality standards, Kuli Kuli offers the purest, most nutrient dense moringa on the market. Kuli Kuli’s products are sold in over 6,000 stores across the US, including Whole Foods Market, Sprouts, Safeway, and Amazon.com. Kuli Kuli’s products include Moringa Superfood Bars, Pure Organic Moringa Vegetable Powder, Organic Moringa Greens & Proteins Smoothie Mixes, Energizing Moringa Herbal Tea, and Moringa Green Energy shots. Kuli Kuli’s moringa products make it easy for Americans to get their greens on the go, while helping to plant moringa trees and support women farmers in the developing world.