The Soursop and Diabetes

Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 - Plants

The Soursop and Diabetes For the past few years, soursop fruit has been referred as the super food because one of the abilities is fighting some of the genetic diseases like the diabetes. It is without any reason why soursop which used to be taken for granted is emerging from nowhere and become the savior for some of the patients who suffer diabetes in chronic stadium or level. As for the diabetic patients, most of them are choosing to try the herbal treatments instead of consuming and taking medication drugs to maintain the blood sugar level. So, how come that soursop is now becoming the super food for people who suffer diabetes? Let’s take a look on what vitamins and minerals that the soursop fruit have to offer.Guyabano Tea

Genetically, the white flesh or the white pulp from the soursop contains very significant amount of vitamin C, vitamin B1, and vitamin B2. The soursop white pulp has various consumption purposes and one of them is to make fruit nectar, smoothies, fruit juice drinks, candies, sorbets, and ice cream flavoring. This is another reason why this fruit is very important to people with diabetes because the taste of soursop fruit has slight sweet although the sour is not that dominant. Since the soursop is widely grown in parts of Latin America, the processed products of soursop are easily found in many countries such as UK, Canada, Ireland, and many others. Based on this, the amount of people who suffer diabetes in Latin America is very low because their knowledge about consuming soursop fruit makes them chooses to this herbal medication instead of drug medications.

Just recently, there are so many scientific journals which revealed the real potential of soursop fruit as super food to combat and fight some genetic diseases such as diabetes, cancer, neural dysfunction, and many more. The laboratory research as well as field research has revealed that the substances which extracted from soursop fruit have been scientifically proven to have potential in battling more diseases as this unlikely common fruits have antileishmanial and cytotoxic, antinociceptive, anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic, and even anti-cancer. For people with diabetes, it is recommended that they consume the rape white pulp soursop as it is to absorb its maximum advantage of important vitamins and minerals to stabilize the level of blood sugar. If some people could not stand the taste of the soursop fruit, the only choice is consuming the clinically processed soursop fruit in capsules.[pm]

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