How Moringa Contributes to Anti-Aging

Dr. Howard Fisher
Since 1993 (this was the start of the anti-aging medical movement), aside from my oath, my philosophical and vocational intent has been to epitomize the following, "The goal of anti-aging and integrative physicians is to optimize the physiological function of the body. In an effort to help people move from the chronological clock to the physiological clock, we must find a way to diminish the harmful environmental factors and extend the current diminishing life span.” It should be the doctor’s version of the golden rule, however, how many primary care physicians follow that path? The question is fair, however, many will object to this form of scrutiny as they are overworked.
In light of this I choose the other path. The products I formulate or endorse also incorporate this philosophy.  I was doing a Moringa Q & A webinar the other night and I was asked a question that I receive so often that I have to count to ten before my response leaves my lips in order to inhibit a spontaneous incredulous burst of ‘how can you not know this? ‘What is in there? How much of this does it have?’ (92 nutrients with over 500 physiological functions) I took my time to answer this question because I had to establish the frame of reference that involves the consumption of products that are enzymatically alive. Most are dead. Dead products cannot contribute much of what they contain to the body and cause the body to use a lot of energy in the creation of enzymes to digest and assimilate. My proprietary formulation of Moringa is enzymatically alive, synergistically enhanced with superfoods and contains no fillers or sugar but people who ask these questions may really not understand plant-based nutrition.
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