Trust in the Power of Nature
Drink a mocha latte… or any other sweetened drink and you will feel a powerful surge of energy, which is awesome for tackling a mountain of paperwork. But just like you, your metabolism is going 100 times faster to keep up with the surge of metabolic sugar in your digestive system. One glass a day of this juice will rescue your cells from the mountain of processed sugar you consume daily… and help keep that extra un-processed metabolic sugar from damaging your cells… leading to a host of metabolic diseases – and the inevitable afternoon SUGAR CRASH.
Bitter melon is a vegetable widely used in Chinese cooking and medicine. I first tasted bitter melon stir-fried over white rice in a small Chinese restaurant in New York. It tasted very bitter and pungent. I would be lying if I said I like the taste! But, I enjoyed the rush of energy and the feeling of well-being after eating half of my bitter melon dish. And if people can drink a shot of wheat grass juice.. this is certainly better, and comes with a powerful amount of good nutrition.
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Bitter melon is a plant. The fruit and seeds are used to make medicine. Bitter melon is used for various stomach and intestinal disorders including gastrointestinal (GI) upset, ulcers, colitis, constipation, and intestinal worms.
It is also used for diabetes, kidney stones, fever, a skin condition called psoriasis, and liverdisease; to start menstruation; and as supportive treatment for people with HIV/AIDS. Topically, bitter melon is used for deep skin infections (abscesses) and wounds.
Bitter melon is used as a vegetable in India and other Asian countries and as an ingredient in some kinds of curries.Bitter melon contains a chemical that acts like insulin to help reduce blood sugar levels.
Also known as bitter melon, bitter gourd, bitter squash or balsam-pear. If allowed to grow to full maturity, this plant is called luffa – yep, the luffa sponge you buy for your bath is a mature bitter gourd plant.
Scientists from The Garvan Institute of Medical Research isolated 4 compounds from the juice of bitter melon which can lower blood sugar in diabetic patients. Those compounds activate an enzyme which is responsible for glucose transport into the muscle cells. In the future, scientists will try to develop a diabetes medication out of bitter melon juice. However, why wait for bitter melon medication? This drink … taken each day for 6 weeks will make a remarkable change in your blood sugar levels.