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Proximate, selected vitamins, and minerals analysis of Moringa Oleifera

 Department: Microbiology  
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 Project ID: 426
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This study was designed to determine the proximate, selected vitamins and selected mineral composition of Moringa Oleifera leaves. The proximate, vitamins and mineral analysis were carried out using standard procedures. The result of the analysis revealed the following moisture 6.00%, protein 25.98%, crude ash 7.5%, crude fibre 5.20%, crude fat 5.5% and carbohydrate 49.82%, Beta carotene 3.5%mg/100g, Riboflavin 0.066mg/100g, thiamine 0.25mg/100g and vitamin C. 52.01mg/100g. The leaves contained sodium 203.05mg/100g, zinc 0.51mg/100g, iron 0.38mg/100g, calcium 637.00mg/100g. The findings in this study indicate that Moringa oleifera leaves could serve as a source of nutrient, vitamins and minerals....
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