Thursday 15 August 2013

Lady's Finger - Diabete Treatment

Home grown organic lady's finger

 Okra which is known as Lady's  finger in many countries outside the the US,  is a green seeded pod which can be used as a simple cure for diabetes. There are too people who are suffering from Diabetes in the world today.

 How Lady's Finger Is Consumed For Treatment Of Diabetes

Here is the simple tip to control diabetes by using lady finger. Take two or three okra pods. Cut them from the centre and put them into a glass filled with the water. Leave them over night . Just remove the lady's fingers in the morning and drink the water before breakfast. By taking this drink every day will help us reduce our sugar level. This simple and painless treatment also don't cost much. Fresh lady's finger is more effective than the cooked one.

Explanation On How Raw's Lady Finger Can Help In Curing Diabetes?

Low G.I Food:
The word G.I stands for Glycemic index. Any person who is suffering from diabetes should take diet enriched in Glycemic index. Approximately 20 G.I is present in okra, which is very low. Diabetic patients can easily use Okra recipes as their meal to fill their stomach and also control their diabetic level.

Fight Kidney Diseases:
Lady's finger can help prevent kidney diseases. It is considered that high sugar level can be bad the kidneys. Taking okra daily will help the kidneys to function properly. Have an moderate amount of okra daily if you are a diabetic person.

Soluble Fibers:
Soluble fibers are essential for maintaining healthy kidneys. They play their role in digestion of carbohydrates. When okra vegetable is enriched with soluble fibers, it will help slow down the digestion process and hence lower the sugar level in blood.

Lady's finger is much recommended in our diet due to its high contents for fibre,vitamin C, folate and antioxidants. It is also a good source of potassium and calcium.For the purpose of diet control, just wash and steam the lady fingers for about 2 minutes. Don't over cooked, otherwise the nutrient values will diminish when overcooked.

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