Friday, October 14, 2016

This Fruit Can Stop Diabetes, Kill Cancer Cells & Even Boost Your Immune System!

    Scientifically called as Momordica charantia which is also known as Bitter Melon, Bitter Gourd, Bitter Squash, Balsam Pear, or Ampalaya. It is a fruit that is used as a medicine for people who have diabetes, and cancer. This fruit is a gift from nature because it is a great aid for those people who suffers malignant diseases.      When the seeds of Ampalaya is white it means that is still unripe, and when it turned red, then they're already ripe. Take note that Amapalaya is a fruit and not a vegetable since Amapala grows from a flowering plant. Also when the Ampalaya turned reddish-orange then it'll become even bitter.

     According to the researchers, 5% of Ampalaya Juice can already fight pancreatic cancer because this fruit can destroy or even cancel out the cancer cells by 90 to a 98%. Below are the benefits of Ampalaya, so before you rant about how bitter it taste or how bad it is, then make sure to read the health benefits that you can get from it when you eat it!

Health Benefits from Ampalaya:

  • Ampalaya can Cleanse and Detoxify the Liver.
  • Ampalaya can Stimulate Blood Circulation.
  • Ampalaya can Relieve Gout Pain.
  • Ampalaya can Stimulate Food Peristalsis & Ease Digestion until it gets Discharged Through Bowel.
  • Ampalaya can Relieve Hang Over since it can Accelerate Metabolism.
  • Ampalaya is Rich in Beta Carotene which is good to Improve Eye Sight.
  • Ampalaya can Relieve Vision Problems.
  • Ampalaya is a great source of Folate that Reduces the Occurrence of Neural Tube Defect in Newborn Babies.
  • Ampalaya Juice that is Consumed Daily can Help Relieve Psoriasis and Fungal Infections.
  • Ampalaya can Increase the Stability of your Immune System.
  • Ampalaya can Increase the Resistance of your Body Against Infections.
  • Ampalaya is Rich in Polypeptide-P, which is a phytonutrient that can Lower Blood Sugar.
  • Ampalaya Contains a Special Charantin which is known to Increase Glycogen Synthesis, & Glucose Uptake in the Liver, Muscles, and Adipose Tissues.




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