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Okra, or otherwise called the “lady`s fingers” is a popular plant which offers incredible health benefits.

The pronunciation of the name differs in numerous parts of the world, and while it is known as “okra” in the GB, the USA, and the Philippines, it is pronounced as “okro” in Nigeria and on the Caribbean.

This fantastic plant is rich with different nutrient. A glass of fresh okra contains  2 grams of proteins, 21 milligrams of vitamin C, 30 calories, 80 micrograms of folate, 60 milligrams of magnesium, 3 grams of dietary fiber, 0.1 grams of fat,and 7.6 grams of carbohydrates.

You can consumed throughout the entire year, in different ways, fried, boiled, stewed, or pickled.

The  consumption of this plant has multiple health benefits, including:

-Reduces cholesterol levels

–  Prevents diabetes

– Reduces the glucose levels consumed by food via the gastrointestinal tract

–  Relieves asthma symptoms

–  Prevents kidney diseases

We will present the recipe of okra water, a drink which will help you naturally balance your blood sugar levels:

Ingredientsfor this recipe are:

-4 raw okra

-A cup of water

Instructions:

Remove the heads and tails of the okras and place them into the water. Leave them thus during the night.

Use:

You should take this drink on an empty stomach every morning, 30 minutes before your breakfast.

You will be amazed by the results!!

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Okra, or otherwise called the “lady`s fingers” is a popular plant which offers incredible health benefits. The pronunciation of the name differs in numerous parts of the world, and while it is known as “okra” in the GB, the USA, and the Philippines, it is pronounced as “okro” in Nigeria...