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Okra Water Is A Miricle For Diabetes And Kidney Diseases

Herbs, Seeds, Spices

Okra or Okro, known as ladies’ fingers, bhendi, bhindi, bamia, ochro or gumbo.  Is a precious flowering plant in the mallow family of vegetables. It is valued for its perfect looking green seed pods.

This extremely healthy herb containing 30 calories, 21 milligrams vitamin A, C, K. Also contain 3 grams dietary fiber, 7.6 grams carbohydrates, 2 grams protein, 1 gram of fat, about 80 micrograms of folic acid and 60 mg of magnesium. As a good source of healthy nutrition, we can find protein, riboflavin, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, zinc and copper. Okra also contains a very good source of a thiamin, vitamin B6, calcium, and manganese.

Okra is almost forgotten plant.

It is healthy plant proved in the treatment of diabetes, asthma, high cholesterol, kidney disease etc. As a vegetable, okra originates from the North -East Africa. Grow in warm regions worldwide.

Okra, also known as okra is a plant that has long been used for medicinal and culinary purposes. In addition, this plant can be consumed throughout the year. Try to consume even if you don’t have health problems. Your body will be very happy and thankful. Okra has a strong antioxidant activity, which is great for preventing a number of diseases and disorders, including various types of cancer.

One of the easiest ways to eat okra is to drink water from okra. This water regulates blood sugar levels, relieves symptoms of asthma, reduce levels of bad (LDL) cholesterol and keep kidney health. Previous studies have shown that okra has a positive effect on the health of the entire organism.

The most important advantages are:

-relieves symptoms of asthma.

-thanks to the high content of vitamin C.

-antioxidant.

-anti-inflammatory compounds.

-very good source of fiber that improve health and encourage the work of the digestive system.

-reduces the risk of diabetes.

-encourages the elimination of toxins and excess water.

-reduces the risk of imprisonment.

-bloating and gas and stimulates the liver.

Try the recipe for water from okra.

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