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Bitter Fruit Helps Control Diabetes (How To Make It Taste Good)

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Amazing Bitter Melon Shown To Help Control Diabetes And Lower Blood Glucose

Bitter melon is an incredible healing medicinal plant that has been used for centuries as a “folk remedy” for a variety of conditions. Some of the more common uses for bitter melon as a remedy have included diabetes, cancer, skin infections, asthma, stomach issues, and elevated blood pressure.

This healing plant is known by a number of other names including “bitter cucumber”, “balsam apple”, “art pumpkin”, and “balsam pear”.

Bitter melon is native to southern China, and is a member of the squash family. The long, warty fruits grow up to 8 inches long and have a watery and crunchy texture that is reminiscent of a bell pepper or cucumber. The flavor is definitely an acquired taste, as it is quite bitter.

The bitter melon fruit contains active substances that demonstrate anti-diabetic properties. One of these is “charantin”, which is known to have a blood glucose-lowering effect. The fruit also has a lectin that helps reduce blood glucose levels – similar to the way that insulin works in the body.

Here is how to make a drinkable bitter melon juice that overcomes the bitter flavor of the fruit:

  • Rinse 1 or 2  medium size bitter melons
  • Slice them in half with a sharp knife
  • Remove the seeds and white flesh
  • Chop the green flesh into small pieces
  • Soak the pieces in a glass of water for half an hour
  • Blend this mixture and strain to remove solid pieces
  • Add honey, lemon juice, or ginger to taste

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Controls Diabetes

Bitter melon helps control diabetes due to its blood glucose-lowering effect. It has three active substances with anti-diabetic properties, including charantin, vicine and polypeptide-p.

It helps increase pancreatic insulin secretion and prevents insulin resistance, making it beneficial for both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics.

According to a 2011 study published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology, a 2,000 mg daily dose of bitter melon significantly reduced blood glucose levels among people with Type 2 diabetes. However, the hypoglycemic effect was less than that found with a 1,000 mg/day dose of metformin.

  • Drink ½ to 1 cup of bitter gourd juice on an empty stomach each morning.
  • You should also include one dish made with bitter gourd daily in your diet.

Note: Do not forget to take your diabetes medications as directed by your doctor. Also, keep monitoring your blood sugar level.

Article Source: Top Ten Home Remedies

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