If you have diabetes you will be very interested in this bitter way of lowering your blood sugar. Also referred to as caraille, ampalaya, corilla, karela, or charanta, bitter melon is known to be rich in iron, beta carotene, potassium, vitamins A, C, B1, B3, and is a good source of fiber. But what many people don't know is that it is also a good way of lowering your blood sugar and the body's resistance to insulin by helping your cells take up the blood sugar. That way your body is using the energy the way it ought to normally.
Although this fruit boasts of so many powerful capabilities many people are discouraged from eating it because of its extremely bitter taste. However, there are many ways to disguise its taste without destroying its healing properties.