Okra Amazing health benefits
There is a whole host of real nutrition that is found in okra that is good for those of us who is lacking most of the nutrition we need to stay healthy.
The superior fiber found in okra helps to stabilize the blood sugar by curbing the rate at which sugar is absorbed from the intestinal tract. Okra’s mucilage binds cholesterol and bile acid carrying toxins dumped into it by the filtering liver.
Okra helps lubricate the large intestines due to its bulk laxative qualities.
The okra fiber absorbs water and ensures bulk in stools. This helps prevent and improve constipation.
Okra mucilage soothes the intestinal tract, and okra facilitates elimination more comfortably by its slippery characteristic.
Reports suggest that okra binds excess cholesterol and toxins (in bile acids).
These, if not evacuated, will cause numerous health problems. Okra also assures easy passage out of waste from the body.
Okra is completely non-toxic, non-habit forming, has no adverse side effects, is full of nutrients, and is economically within reach of most individuals.
Okra fiber is excellent for feeding the good bacteria probiotics. This contributes to the health of the intestinal tract.
Okra is a supreme vegetable for those feeling weak, exhausted, and suffering from depression.
Okra is used for healing ulcers and to keep joints limber. It helps to neutralize acids, being very alkaline, and provides a temporary protective coating for the digestive tract.
Okra treats lung inflammation, sore throat, and irritable bowel syndrome. Okra is good in normalizing the blood sugar and cholesterol level. It is good for asthma.
Okra’s vitamin C is an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, which curtail the development of asthma symptoms.
Okra is good for preventing diabetes, protects you from pimples and maintains smooth and beautiful skin.
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