Bitter Melon and Diabetes, Bitter Gourd, Karela for Diabetes Mellitus

A well planned diabetic diet is an essential part in a diabetic patient’s life. Bitter melon plays an important role in this diabetic food proportion. Bitter gourd coming under Cucurbitaceae family is mostly seen in tropical and sub tropical daya tahan tubuh areas including Asian, Caribbean and African countries. Bitter gourd or Momordica charantia is a rich component of momordicine charantin which is a mixture of steroids known for controlling diabetes.

Bitter melon also known as Karela can be used both as a food as well as a medicine for a diabetic patient. Both leaves and fruit of Karela are blessed with medicinal property in regulating blood sugar. Karela ripens with many polypeptide components essential for regulating sugar metabolism. These polypeptide components eradicate many issues related to type 1 diabetes. Oleanolic acid glycosides present in bitter melon prevents the absorption of sugar from intestine there by helping type 2 diabetic patients.

Inclusion of Karela in diet promotes the formation of beta cells in pancreas there by enhancing sugar metabolization. Inclusion of karela in daily diet helps in maintaining a good health by reducing blood sugar level. Now we will see the important constituents in bitter melon. Karela is a refined source of vitamin A, B1, B2, C and iron. Rich vitamin and nutrient contents in bitter gourd helps in faster carbohydrate metabolism. Insulin-like property exhibited by bitter gourd regulates urine and blood glucose level in diabetic patients.

Bitter melon confined with Lectin form link with insulin receptors and improves digestion. Lectin plays a key role in reducing appetite and lowering the blood glucose level. Many recipes made using bitter melon is considered as a herbal medicinal food for diabetes. Karela enhances the potential of cells by releasing insulin. Fresh juice made out of unripe bitter melon is the most valued medicine among Karela recipes. Almost all diabetic specialists advice their patients to include bitter melon in their diet. Bitter melon is usually used as a serving dish in many Indian and Chinese cuisines. Karela in vivid recipes can be juiced, fried, or can be eaten as a raw vegetable in fruit salads.

Now we will see how to prepare the medicinal extract from Karela which comes under the folk diabetic treatments. First of all, take a washed fresh karela and chop it into small pieces. Mix the chopped content with proportional amount of water and boil the mix in low flame. Now the most bitter and purest medicine for diabetes is ready. Cool the drink and have it at least twice a day for better result and normal functioning of the body. This pure folk herb extract with no side effects helps to great extend in preventing hyperglycemia.

Comments are Disabled