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Author|Prof.Dr./ Aboelfetoh M. Abdalla Moringa oleifera has long been used in traditional med-icine. While data collected from human subjects are limited, several trials demonstrating potential benefits for treating hyperglycemia and dyslipidemia primarily in people with type 2 diabetes have been published. In a single dose study with six type
Author|Dr. Hanaa H. Abd El Baky The seed oil of Egyptian Moringa peregrina was examined with respect to physicochemical properties, unsaponifiable and fatty acids profiles, tochopherols and phenolic contents, anticancer and antioxidant activities. Moringa oil showed a better overall quality, its acid, peroxide, iodine, saponification values were 0.02 mg
Prof. Dr. Said Abdelhalim Saleh Moringa is a native plant and is grown wild in Red Sea belts and Southeast Asia. It is a fast-growing tree and cultivated mainly in semi-arid, tropical and subtropical areas. Moringa is one of the world’s most useful plants, where, all Moringa parts are
Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim Khalil Ibrahim Ezzo …and Prof. Dr. Safia Adam Egyptian desert and Sinai development using Moringa tree . Moringa tree promising Economy tree in Egypt(life tree-miracle tree-quite tree) In order to development of Sinai, Agriculture as well as industry should be taken in consideration. Researches proved that
By Prof.|Elham Mohammed Yousef Al Yousef Oxidative stress is highly correlated with cumulative cellular and tissue injury done by free radicals, reactive oxygen (ROS) and nitrogen species which are inadequately neutralized by antioxidants. Evidence of obesity-induced oxidative stress in humans has been accumulating over the past few years. It
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