Bitter Leaf Water And Diabetes Guide

bitter leaf water and diabetes

In our effort to continue with a , we shall be making a post on and guide.

Through this guide the whole idea would be about how to extract the juice or water.

A lot of people are of the opinion that when it comes to treatment of our body we should leave it for science but I totally disagree.

A is one that is brought about only through the complete enthronement of natures blessings even in areas of cure and treatment.

Over here in Africa and Nigeria in particular herbs has always being part and parcel of treating any kind of sicknesses.

Read: Health Benefits Of Scent Leaf

And bitter leaf water and diabetes can be considered as the same as sunlight and vampires.

Bitter leaf water has been used since diabetes became a killer factor in Nigeria.

The basis of Bitter Leaf Water, is that when taken it can help reduce blood sugar, which is a good thing when it comes to diabetes.

Apart from reducing blood sugar bitter leaf water when taken can also help repair your pancreas.

Which in turn will help your body with better insulin function which is a huge factor as far as diabetes is concern.

Bitter Leaf Water Extract is also a good liver and kidney cleanser which altogether aids in the fight against diabetes.

Bitter Leaf Water And Diabetes Guide

  1. Pick fresh bitter leaves
  2. Cut off any attached stems
  3. Wash, to clean off dirt
  4. Place in a basin, add water and begin to squeeze
  5. When you are satisfied with the quantity, then store in an airtight container.
  6. Store the contained bitter leaf water in fridge.
  7. It is important to note that when it comes to bitter leaf water and diabetes it is more about control and management rather than being a cure.

Sources:

I.J. Atangwho, P.E. Ebong, M.U. Eteng, E.U. Eyong and A.U. Obi, 2007. Effect of Vernonia amygdalina Del Leaf on Kidney Function of Diabetic Rats. International Journal of Pharmacology, 3: 143-148.

2.American Diabetes Association Diagnosis and Classification of Diabetes Mellitus. Diabetes Care. 2013;36(Suppl 1):S67–S74. doi: 10.2337/dc13-S067.

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Felix Brambaifa is a writer and blogger from Nigeria. The founder of Naturally Healthy People and other niche blogs.

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