Pare, bitter vegetables has long been used not only for cooking, but the ingredients. One benefit is the famous cope with diabetes.
Pare included in foods often consumed Okinawa, inhabitants of the island in the famous Japanese longevity.
Lab studies show that bitter melon has the ability hypoglycemic (blood sugar levels), and control insulin levels. Charantin active substances, alkaloids, and peptides resembling insulin, is helpful substances essential in pare.
These substances also trigger the production of proteins yng encourage the uptake of glucose in the blood.
In addition, charantin also stimulates the growth of beta cells pankres, the organ that produces insulin. In patients with type 1 diabetes, the beta cells so that they damage the pancreas can not produce insulin.
Another advantage of bitter melon is to have antiviral and antibacterial content that could cope with salmonella and E.coli infections, herpes, and even HIV, malaria, and parasites.
Protein extracts of bitter melon is claimed to inhibit the growth of prostate tumors and in several in vitro studies have the potential to fight cancer cells other.
Pare can be consumed in the form of processed vegetables, juiced or made into a powder extract or capsules.
Consult your doctor if you have diabetes and want to consume tablets or capsules pare. Pregnant and lactating women are also advised not to consume this fruit.