Did You Know Okra Prevents Hunger, Fights Diabetes, Lowers Cholesterol and Removes Stress and Fatigue

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Okra, sometimes called ladyfingers, isn’t liked by everyone. The texture is sticky when it’s cooked. Hopefully, you will be able to get over the weird texture and still eat it. This awesome, super-powerful plant is native to Ethiopia, and in India (and surrounding areas). In Ethiopia and India, Okra is part of everyone’s diet. 

Hibiscus Esculentus, the scientific name for Okra, goes by many names in different cultures such as Gumbo, Kianbo, okro, and Ladyfingers.  No matter what you call it, Okra has some fantastic health benefits. Let’s look at fifteen health benefits of eating Okra.

1- Boosts Energy

Okra has both antioxidants and polyphenols. In addition to those it improves your glycogen storage in your Liver, this helps to give you more energy. So eating Okra for dinner help battle the fatigue, you’re feeling from all day at work…. Continue Reading

In fact, chronic liver disease kills about 31,000 people a year in the states and most of those deaths are avoidable. What can you do to keep your liver functioning at peak efficiency? Try some of these all-natural drinks and your liver will thank you!
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