ORAC – Oxygen radical absorbance capacity
Oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC) is a method of measuring antioxidant capacities in biological samples.
A wide variety of foods has been tested using this method, with certain spices, berries and legumes rated highly in extensive tables.”>New Study Shows Moringa Oleifera Scores Highest Antioxidant Content in Food
June 28, 2012
NEWTOWN, CiReach/ — In an independent test, Moringa oleifera scored the highest in antioxidant content of any food yet discovered. Beating the record-holding acai berry by over a 50% margin, Moringa Source Moringa oleifera leaf powder measured over 157,000 umoles using the Oxidant Radicals Absorbent Capacity (ORAC) system of measurement developed by the National Institute of Health’s National Institute for Aging.
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Happy July 4, 2012 to the USA., member state of the United Nations
This July 4, Americans celebrates the signing of the Declaration of Independence. From the beginning, the United States has played a key role in the international community. Today, our world faces challenges that no one nation can tackle alone.
It’s unanimous – we live in an interconnected world where we all have to work together towards common goals like the Millennium Develoopment Goals.
What does your country think of the United Nations? Is your country among the 193 member States of the UN?
Happy Independence Day.