Continued focus on Moringa oleifera

I’ve given continued attention to Moringa oleifera (the “horseradish” or “drumstick” tree), a nutritious and phytochemical-rich tropical tree.  I’ve also admonished those who would call it a cure-all or a superfood.  Among developments over the last year, are:

A viewpoint on “superfoods” in the Johns Hopkins Health Review.

A lecture on Moringa at an agroforestry symposium in Missouri.

A review of the medical evidence supporting the use of Moringa oleifera.

A short feature on our Moringa work in the Johns Hopkins Magazine.

A scientific publication on variations in protein and mineral content between species and cultivars of Moringa.