Gourd in Diabetes Diet: This special vegetable is a boon for diabetic patients! it will also protect against heart attack
Health Benefits Kundru: Most of us must have cooked Kundru vegetables at home, but do you know about its benefits? Come, today we are giving you complete information about it.
Benefits Of Ivy Gourd For Diabetes: We often hear that green vegetables are very beneficial for health, so they should be consumed in plenty. These vegetables are included in the healthy foods especially diabetic patients are advised to eat. Come, today we are going to tell you about a special green vegetable, whose consumption will benefit diabetic patients.
Diabetes patients should eat this green vegetable
We are talking about Kundru vegetable, which is called Ivy Gourd in English and its scientific name is Coccinia Grandis. In the early stages, it was grown in the continent of Asia and Africa, but now it is grown all over the world, it not only benefits diabetic patients but also reduces the risk of heart disease.
Nutrients found in Kundru
Dr. Ayushi Yadav, a famous dietician working at GIMS Hospital, Greater Noida, told that Kundru contains calcium, fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Along with this, antibacterial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties are also found in it which is very important for our body.
Benefits of eating Kundru vegetable
1. Effective in Diabetes
Diabetes has become a serious problem not only in India, but all over the world, its cure has not been found to date, but blood sugar levels can be maintained by controlling food and drink. Eating Kundru has anti-hyperglycemic effects, which do not allow the problems of diabetic patients to increase.
2. Preventing Heart Disease
Like diabetes, a heart attack has also become a very serious disease in India, which is killing a large number of people every year. In such a situation, if you eat the vegetable of Kundru, then it will get such nutrients which help in removing heart diseases.
(Disclaimer: The information given here is based on home remedies and general information. Before adopting it, take medical advice. We do not confirm this.)