Nutrition Contents of Bitter Gourd

 

 

 

The first thing that comes to mind when you think bitter gourd is the strong bitter taste of the vegetable. Though this is the most common reason for people not eating this vegetable; one must also know that the vegetable has innumerable benefits to offer when it comes to nutrition. While it is eaten as a vegetable in India and most parts of South East Asia; it is used for its medicinal properties in other parts of the world. It is also known as balsam pear or bitter melon.

The vegetable is a power house of nutrients. It includes phosphorus, magnesium and zinc. It is also a source of riboflavin, thiamine and a rich source of foliate. With regards to its vitamin content it is a rich source of Vitamins B1, B2, B3 and Vitamin C as well as iron and beta carotene.

 

It is a very good food option for those suffering from diabetes. If you have recently been diagnosed with this condition then you need not get worried about the cure; simply eat this vegetable on an empty stomach daily. However; you must control the portions that you consume this vegetable in as overeating will lead to diarrhea and stomach upsets. You can also drink the juice of the plant in order to control your blood sugar levels. Nails Trends

The juice has many more benefits. If you suffer with piles then you must drink the juice mixed with milk. It helps to relieve the pain and the bleeding. You can also make a paste of the root to get relief from bleeding piles. The juice of the leaves of the plant helps to cure any kidney and liver disorders caused by alcoholism.

If you are the kind of person who gets tired after taking a few steps then you must consume this vegetable. It purifies the blood that gives rise to Chronic Fatigue Disorder. Since the vegetable does not contain any fats it helps to cure and prevent high blood pressure and blood cholesterol levels.

Nutrition Contents of Bitter Gourd

Nutrition Contents of Bitter Gourd

The first thing that comes to mind when you think bitter gourd is the strong bitter taste of the vegetable. Though this is the most common reason for people no

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2024-06-09

 

Nutrition Contents of Bitter Gourd
Nutrition Contents of Bitter Gourd

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