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MORINGA or MALUNGGAY TEA: Cheap Weight Loss Health Drink
Moringa or malunggay has a lot of health and fitness uses. It's so versatile too--can be taken as simple food, food mixture (mixed in other foods or bread and pastries), or beverage like tea. If you want cheap weight loss health drink for cheap health and fitness with middle income budget--moringa tea is it.

Here's how it works--free radical damage affects even your neurotransmission system in the brain so that lack of neurotransmitters can make you feel like you need to eat more when in fact you have had enough food for a meal. That's how free radicals destroy cells and disrupt normal body and brain functions.

Moreover, free radicals hasten the aging process. When you age fast your body also reduces the ability to process food properly. So, instead of naturally burning fat and keeping just enough of it in the body, your body stores more fat. Free radicals can affect body metabolism, or how your body naturally burns fat.

Free radicals destroy the normal functions of your body system.

But the good news is, free radicals are destroyed by antioxidants. And you need not spend a lot of money for this. Simply eat more moringa. Or drink more moringa tea. It has zero caffeine but has lots of nutrients and antioxidants. If you want to lose weight, drinking more moringa tea or malunggay tea will help a lot.

I love it's sweet taste and aroma!

Moreover, free radicals hasten the aging process. When you age fast your body also reduces the ability to process food properly. 

How do you make your own moringa tea? Just boil the leaves and stems and drink the brew. Or, you can dry the leaves and crush them to make them look like regular teas you see in the market and then brew them and drink the extract--really cheap weight loss health drink!

Here's a simple way of making powdered moringa.

If you want to make it like tea leaves, simply dry it and crush it using a blender.

Of course, do it with regular workouts. Moringa tea is just a supplement for cheap health and fitness with middle income budget.


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