Baobab leaf powder

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Akim Oda, Eastern Region, Ghana

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Vitamin C deficiency is a nutritional disorder that comes from inadequate intake of vitamin C. This disease can lead to gingivitis, dry and scaly skin, anemia, damaged hair, weak tooth enamel, painful joints and slowed metabolism leading to weight gain. The severe form of vitamin C deficiency is called scurvy, which when left untreated could cause eventual death. Certainly, Vitamin C plays a vital role in protecting our cells and keeping our body healthy. It also aids in the absorption of iron and other essential minerals from food. Vitamin C promotes the production of collagen, an essential protein necessary to maintain healthy skin, teeth, gums, bones, joints, linings, cartilage and blood vessels. Baobab contains much higher levels of Vitamin C compared to other fruits known for being Vitamin C-rich, including the kiwi, orange, grapefruit and strawberry. Studies show Baobab fruit to have an exceptional Vitamin C content at 150 – 499mg/100g, which is more than six times higher than an orange, which only contains 53mg/100g. This is the reason why it is good to include Baobab in your daily diet. The leaves are dried and powdered and drunk .... It is locally known as kuka and commonly used in making kuka soup
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