Who wants more energy? No matter how good I feel, I know I’ll never turn down more energy.
Having enough depends on countless chemical interactions, many of which are reliant on the B vitamins.
Vitamin B2, or riboflavin, is one of the key players in energy metabolism. Be warned, this is a mouthful: B2 enables the energy-producing electron transport chain and the metabolism of fat molecules (yay!). It also works hand-in-hand with other nutrients, like folate and B6, as they do what they do to produce energy.
The metabolism of iron is also enabled by B2, and this is important for those with celiac disease and others at risk for anemia. Anemia robs the body and brain of oxygen, causing deep fatigue. Yet again, B2 plays an energizing function.
Beyond this, riboflavin fights disease and aging by defending the body against oxidative wear and tear; it’s required to recycle glutathione, one of the most critical antioxidants.
In short, B2 is essential. We couldn’t get out of bed without it.
When we talk about how nutrients perform, we necessarily have to simplify. The interactions are complex and not entirely known to science. What we do know is that whole-food sources are the most valuable. Plant-foods are designed as complementary packages of compounds that work most effectively together.
Moringa is a raw, whole food - and it’s the most nutrient-dense plant known to science. There are over 92 nutrients in Moringa, working together synergistically.
People who love Moringa cite its energizing effects. That's at least in part due to the B-vitamin goodness: just 10 grams of moringa leaf powder provides over 100% of your required daily vitamin B2.
There’s no risk in going over your RDA, but you do need to replenish B2 daily. When you choose SuperLeaf Moringa, you’re choosing the highest quality moringa available in Canada. It’s truly pure - find out why this matters here.
When you purchase SuperLeaf Moringa from retailers across Canada or from our online store, you’re supporting the work of Organics 4 Orphans (O4O) in some of the world’s poorest countries. We donate 100% of our profits after business expenses to O4O. Learn more here.