Bitter gourd & facts
The food we eat should be a balanced diet. Food should be full of all the essentials. How to find fruits in our diet like:
Vegetables, too, play an important role. Vegetables have a variety, a variety of ingredients, and taste different.
Likewise, bitter gourd has its own special taste. This vegetable is a little bitter to eat. It is a bitter taste, though bitter. Desserts are made from vegetables. They make gourmet, palya, pickles. Bitter gourd is part of the plant Momordica Charantia. It is also called as KARELA.
Pharmaceutical properties of Bitter gourd:-
1 will stop if a hiccups are coming.
2 Overweight individuals eat this vegetable to reduce their bodys unwanted weight.
3 Increases immunity.
4 Drink its juice with lemon juice regularly and drink it on an empty stomach in the morning for blood purification. Skin disease does not come. Animal feeders die from juice consumption.
5 If you eat raw bitter gourd before a meal, your food is well digested.
6 juices are used to treat acne.
7 People who suffer from hemorrhoids drink its juice in buttermilk to relieve pain and inflammation.
8 It have cancer-fighting properties and could be effective against stomach, small & large intestine, breast, nasopharynx, and lung oncogene cells
9 It is used to lower the blood sugar level. Because of this properties of Bitter gourd act like insulin, which helps bring glucose into the cells from blood for energy. The consumption of this bitter gourd can help your cells to utilize glucose and move it to liver, muscles, and fat
10 Decreases Cholesterol Levels
High cholesterol levels can lead to arteriosclerosis, that will pressurize your heart to work harder to pump blood and increasing your risk of heart diseases.
Nutritional Benefits of Karela
It contains a several varieties of vitamins, Antioxidants, and minerals. Some of its nutritional benefits are :-
Vitamins – C, E, A, B-1, B-2, B-3,and B-9
Minerals- like iron, phosphorus, zinc, magnesium, calcium, and potassium
Antioxidants -like phenols, flavonoids, and others
Nutrients found in 100 g of Karela or Bitter gourd
|Vitamin A||2.0 I.U|