AFTER YOU FOUND OUT THIS, YOU WILL WANT TO EAT OKRA EVERYDAY!
Many people grimaces when he hears talk of okra.
This plant is not well tolerated by some people.
But the okra has many medicinal properties.
Okra, scientific name Abelmoschus esculentus, grows well in tropical regions.
And your list of benefits to health is extensive:
- Lowers cholesterol: soluble fiber okra helps in reducing serum (bad) cholesterol and prevents atherosclerosis.
- Good for pregnancy and fetal development: Okra is great for moms because it helps in the development of the fetal brain and acts in preventing miscarriages.
- Clean the skin: Okra is rich in vitamin C and is very good for treating psoriasis, acne, prevent skin pigmentation, and other skin conditions.
- Fighting disease in the genitals: Okra treats genital disorders, such as syphilis, excessive menstruation, vaginal discharge, dysuria (difficulty urinating), gonorrhea. It also increases sexual potency.
- Good asthma: it can reduce the symptoms of asthma thanks to their high amount of vitamin C, its antioxidants and their anti-inflammatory properties.
6.Decreases the risk of colon cancer: okra with its insoluble fiber cleanses the intestinal tract, reducing the risk of colorectal cancer.
- Strengthens immunity: antioxidants okra help the immune system to fight against free radicals and other threats.
- Facilitates digestion: okra and its fibers, such as pectin, facilitate the work of the organs responsible for digestion.
- Rich source of protein: okra is an excellent source of vegetable protein and the first line of amino acids as tryptophan.
- Beautify hair: Okra is a great conditioner of the hair, fights dandruff and lice, moisturizes the scalp.
- Improves mood: Okra increases energy and combats weakness and exhaustion.
- Acts against constipation: the high fiber content and “baba” okra help facilitate bowel movements, working as a mild laxative.
- Probiotic properties: good intestinal bacteria thrive okra, benefit the health of the intestinal tract.
- Great for diabetes: okra helps to reduce levels of blood sugar.
- Facilitates circulation: okra helps to improve the structure of blood capillaries.
- Anti respiratory diseases: for the treatment of bronchitis and pneumonia make a decoction of leaves and flowers of okra. His “baba” quality is an excellent remedy for the treatment of cold and flu.
- Prevents anemia: Okra is a source of iron, which helps in the production of red blood cells and in preventing and combating anemia
- Avoid obesity: an Okra fiber decrease binge eating and favors the detoxification of the body, hindering the accumulation of body fat.
- Controls cholesterol: Okra contains a fiber that not only helps in the elimination of feces, but also in control of bad cholesterol.
- Healing ulcers okra is anti-inflammatory and provides a temporary protective coating for the digestive tract, accelerating the healing of peptic ulcers.
- Strengthens bones: okra contains foliate, calcium, magnesium, vitamin K and therefore strengthens bones, prevents osteoporosis and restores bone density.
- Protect vision: Okra contains beta carotene (vitamin A precursor) and the antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin, and therefore great for preventing eye problems such as glaucoma and cataracts.
This is a news blog about home treatments. It does not replace a specialist. Always consult your doctor.