2) Okra Fights Fatigue
A 2015 study published in Nutrients found that, in combination with daily physical activity, adding okra to your diet can enable you to exercise longer without tiring as quickly and recover faster.
3) Okra Helps Lower Stress Levels
In another study published in The Scientific World Journal, researchers found that an antioxidant found in okra seeds can have an anti-stress effect. While this was found to be true in the bloodstreams of mice, there is hope that humans might also be able to reap these anti-stress benefits.
4) Okra Can Help Reduce Blood Sugar
Although this study was conducted on lab mice, research published in the Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine found that okra lowered blood sugar levels in diabetic mice. This suggests that consuming antioxidant-rich foods that are high in fiber could be helpful for people with or at risk of diabetes.
How to Make Okra Water
Okra can be added to soups, stews, salads, and stir-fry to name some. But, if you don’t really like the taste of okra and still want a quick and effortless way to reap some of the benefits of this vegetable, try making okra water.
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