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Diabetes prevention: Do you know how okra is good for diabetes? 

Can it help lower blood sugar?  These are the questions that bother me most. And these are the questions that most ask so
How Does Okra Benefit in Diabetes?

Okra, also known as ladyfinger, is a species of green flowering plant and belongs to the same family of plants as hibiscus and cotton.

In addition to its good taste, it is full of nutrients and minerals necessary for the body. It is known as a “superfood” because it is a blessing for people with diabetes or cancer.

It contains potassium, B vitamins, vitamin C, folic acid, and calcium. It is also low in calories and high in fiber.
This makes okra so beneficial for people with diabetes.

Okra is very beneficial for the early stages of diabetes. Research has found that people who consume okra juice have reported low blood sugar, and roasted okra seeds have been used in Turkey for many years to treat diabetes.

Maybe it’s time you tried a regular meal of Okra. Do you love Okra? How do you like yours served?