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Dining on Moringa

Monday, January 8 2018 00:00 WIB

AS the Indonesian saying goes: "The world is wider than the leaf of the drumstick tree," referring to the small leaves of the plant better known as moringa.

Dining on Moringa
The West Sumbawa government is supporting the movement to eat moringa leaves. A regulation encourages the practice aimed at overcoming malnutrition in the regency.

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  • AS the Indonesian saying goes: "The world is wider than the leaf of the drumstick tree," referring to the small leaves of the plant better known as moringa. Still, locals in Senayan village, Poto Tano Subdistrict, have certainly felt the Moringa oleifera's significant impact.

    Yuli Sahabudin, 23, for example, has the leaves to thank for her daughter Jihan Dea Saputri's improved development. Last August, Jihan weighed only 7.8 kilograms and Yuli was c

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