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Bitter Melon helps Diabetes Patients

Updated on September 10, 2015

About Bitter Melon

Bitter melon, also known as bitter gourd. is a unique vegetable-fruit that can be used to make fruit juice, cook as food or serve as medicine.

It may also be used as a source of vitamins and minerals, particularly potassium, Vitamin B9, Vitamin C and Vitamin K.

The plant thrives in tropical and subtropical regions, including South America, Asia, Africa and Caribbean.

The bitter melon itself grows off the vine as a green, oblong-shaped fruit with a distinct warty exterior as per photos shown above. The size, texture and bitterness vary between the different regions.

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Benefit of Bitter Melon

Bitter melon also used in traditional medicine for painful menstruation, colic, fever, chronic cough and skin burns.

It is also use to heal wounds, prevent/treat malaria and viral diseases such as measles and chicken pox.

Aside from that, bitter melon can kill breast cancer cells and prevent them from growing and spreading.

There is 80% of the 285 million diabetes people around the world suffering from type-2 diabetes in low and middle income countries.

In rapidly developing nations - such as India and China - where health education is poor, people are gaining weight by eating too much meat and fast food, and not taking enough vegetables and excise. In sub-Saharan Africa and Oceania, meanwhile, a reliance on starchy staples means people consume too many kilojoules and not enough nutrients. Insulin treatment can he

How does Bitter Melon helps Diabetes Patient?

It will help to increase insulin sensitivity and compound that activate AMPK, a protein that regulates glucose uptake. It also has form of lectin (a sugar-binding protein) that lower blood glucose and suppresses appetite. In 2007, the Philippines Department of Health found that a serving has a similar effect to a daily dose of the anti-diabetes drug gilbenclamide.

Injection of gibenclamide is a common treatment from hospital and doctor. Diabetes drugs come with side effects—including weight gain, bone loss and even a small risk of certain cancers. And some data have shown that aggressive efforts to achieve tight glucose control, until recently considered a desirable goal, can lead to troubling episodes of low blood sugar called hypoglycemia or to increased risk for serious heart-related problems.

Therefore, bitter melon is a better alternative treatment for diabetes type 2 patient. It also serve a lot of other medication benefits. It can cook in several method like stir-fied with curry, bitter melon soup and etc. Bitter Melon can make as fruit juice for drinking. Bitter Melon also available sale in capsules in the market to help Diabetes patients to get it easily.

Bitter Melon is a solution for Diabetes

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