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   Monday, August 19, 2019 

Vote for your Country in the Battle of the Islands! The Bitter Melon Information

By Scheygen Smith

 Business / Health     

The extract from bitter melon is called Momordica Charantia or Kerela. Bitter melon is a fruit commonly used as medicine in the treatment of wide ranges of ailments. The plant normally grows in Africa, India and the Caribbean countries. It is a trailing plant which contains yellow flowers and green fruits; the fruit look like cucumber but having big lumps and more outstanding bumps. The seeds together with its cores are white in color and when the fruit becomes ripe the seeds turn to red.

Bitter melon has been recommended by several medical practitioners on the treatment of different diseases for several years already. It is generally recommended by physicians in regulating blood sugar levels in the prevention of diabetic ailments. It is suggested to be used for people suffering from constipation. In addition to, new studies have been discovered also that it can help persons who were infected with HIV. Although it does not treat directly the disease, it is still considered to counteract the side effects connected to the medicines that were prescribed to people infected with the virus. Although there is still a need for additional research prior to the ruling out of the extract as medication, there are few evidences that can develop the functions of the resistant cells.

There is a research which shows that extract from better melon can help in stopping the development of breast tumor cells. It may work as chemo-preventive substance in fighting cancer of the breast. The extract was proven to reduce the development of breast tumor cells or even wipe out the tumor cells.

Lots of home remedy practitioners are advocate bitter melon for the prevention of type 2 diabetes. According to the studies, the extract makes the body enhance its sensitivity with the insulin and it can lower the blood glucose levels.

Bitter melon can be taken in its liquid texture or it can be consumed as a juice. The usual amount of the extract to be consumed is 1tsp several times every day. Be aware of the side effects, excessive intake of the extract can lead you to diarrhea or stomach pains. Pregnant women along with individuals with lower blood sugar must avoid taking the bitter melon extract.

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