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It's often used in Chinese cooking, in stir-fries - and it could help you fight cancer!

by , 08 November 2019
It's often used in Chinese cooking, in stir-fries - and it could help you fight cancer!
This tropical and subtropical vine of the family Cucurbitaceae, widely grown in Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean has medicinal properties against cancer...

Bitter melon extracts are being closely studied for their anticancerous properties.... 

Five of the plant’s phytochemicals have been well documented as having cytotoxic properties, meaning they’ve been shown to both kill and inhibit the growth of cancer cells in-vitro.

A recent in-vitro test conducted by researchers at Seoul National University studied the cytotoxic effects of 100 plants on different cell lines in the body.

According to their results, the bitter melon extract showed the “strongest” ability to kill and retard the proliferation of cancer cells.

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Bitter melon offers double protection against cancer…

If you suffer from diabetes, you'll know your risk for cancer is higher. But thanks to bitter melon, you could find relief for your diabetes and help prevent cancer...

Several active substances in bitter melon have been studied in both animals and humans for their blood sugar regulating properties. They act in the same way as insulin - by increasing the entry of glucose into cells. It also promotes its processing and storage in the liver, muscle and fat.

Bitter melon also prevents the conversion of stored nutrients to glucose, and the release of glucose into the blood.

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