Diabetes and Okra – a case study by Jogindra Kohli 8 14 2015

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Diabetes And Okra - A Case Study By Jogindra Kohli 8 14 2015

I was discouraged by everyone including my wife who is a physician regarding this recipe. The reason was the argument that it is so simple then why it is not used by anyone and how come the Diabetes drug industry is flourishing world wide.
Even on internet at one place it showed it is not proven as there is no control study.
I think we have become so used to the system that we are afraid to try even simple things unless someone advises us and charges us a lot of money for the advice.
So I decided to take matter in my own hand and started to try it. It worked so well for me that I feel others should try it and spread the word so it can help everyone. I have been using it for two weeks and are already seeing the effect as I measure my blood sugar many times a day. I stopped my insulin but I am taking other medicines prescribed by the doctor but will gradually wean them out or reduce them as it is warranted.
I did find a writeup supporting Okra with details, but it is so easy to try with no side effect that one should try oneself.
here is the write up I found that goes in details of how it works.
Okra is fast gaining a reputation as a so-called 'superfood' for people with or at risk of diabetes or cancer.
Commonly referred to as ladyfingers, or by its biological names Abelmoschus esculentus and Hibiscus esculentus, okra is known to have a positive effect on blood sugar control, among many other health benefits.
What is okra?
Okra is a tall-growing vegetable that traces its origin from ancient Ethiopia (Abyssinia) through to Eastern Mediterranean, India, the Americas and the Caribbean.
Parts of the plant (immature okra pods) are widely used vegetables in tropical countries and are typically used for making soups, stews or as a fried/boiled vegetable.
These tender pods are very low in calories, providing just 30 calories per 100 g, and contain no saturated fats or cholesterol. They are also rich in nutrients, completely non-toxic, and have no adverse side effects.
How can it help treat diabetes?
Evidence of okra having anti-diabetic properties has increased in recent years, with multiple Vitro (laboratory) and Vivo (animal) studies confirming okra as a potent blood glucose-lowering (or anti-diabetic) food.
In one study, published 2011 in the Journal of Pharmacy & BioAllied Sciences, researchers in India found that diabetic mice fed dried and ground okra peels and seeds experienced a reduction in their blood glucose levels, while others showed a gradual decrease in blood glucose following regular feeding of okra extract for about ten days.
Outside of scientific research, many people with diabetes have reported decreasing blood sugar levels after soaking cut-up okra pieces in water overnight and then drinking the juice in the morning, while in Turkey roasted okra seeds have been used as a traditional diabetes medicine for generations.
What's behind this effect?
The superior insoluble fibre contained in okra is believed to help stabilise blood glucose by slowing the rate at which sugar is absorbed from the intestinal tract.
Other health benefits
Because okra is a rich source of dietary fibre, important vitamins and minerals, and powerful antioxidants, the vegetable is known to be beneficial for health in a number of ways.
These include:
• Preventing and improving constipation
• Lowering cholesterol
• Reducing the risk of some forms of cancer, especially colorectal cancer
• Improving energy levels and improving symptoms of depression
• Helping to treat sore throat, irritable bowel, ulcers and lung inflammation

Diabetes and Okra - a case study by Jogindra Kohli 8 14 2015

I was discouraged by everyone including my wife who is a physician regarding this recipe. The reason was the argument that it is so simple then why it is not used by anyone and how come the Diabetes drug industry is flourishing world wide.
Even on internet at one place it showed it is not proven as there is no control study.
I think we have become so used to the system that we are afraid to try even simple things unless someone advises us and charges us a lot of money for the advice.
So I decided to take matter in my own hand and started to try it. It worked so well for me that I feel others should try it and spread the word so it can help everyone. I have been using it for two weeks and are already seeing the effect as I measure my blood sugar many times a day. I stopped my insulin but I am taking other medicines prescribed by the doctor but will gradually wean them out or reduce them as it is warranted.
I did find a writeup supporting Okra with details, but it is so easy to try with no side effect that one should try oneself.
here is the write up I found that goes in details of how it works.
Okra is fast gaining a reputation as a so-called 'superfood' for people with or at risk of diabetes or cancer.
Commonly referred to as ladyfingers, or by its biological names Abelmoschus esculentus and Hibiscus esculentus, okra is known to have a positive effect on blood sugar control, among many other health benefits.
What is okra?
Okra is a tall-growing vegetable that traces its origin from ancient Ethiopia (Abyssinia) through to Eastern Mediterranean, India, the Americas and the Caribbean.
Parts of the plant (immature okra pods) are widely used vegetables in tropical countries and are typically used for making soups, stews or as a fried/boiled vegetable.
These tender pods are very low in calories, providing just 30 calories per 100 g, and contain no saturated fats or cholesterol. They are also rich in nutrients, completely non-toxic, and have no adverse side effects.
How can it help treat diabetes?
Evidence of okra having anti-diabetic properties has increased in recent years, with multiple Vitro (laboratory) and Vivo (animal) studies confirming okra as a potent blood glucose-lowering (or anti-diabetic) food.
In one study, published 2011 in the Journal of Pharmacy & BioAllied Sciences, researchers in India found that diabetic mice fed dried and ground okra peels and seeds experienced a reduction in their blood glucose levels, while others showed a gradual decrease in blood glucose following regular feeding of okra extract for about ten days.
Outside of scientific research, many people with diabetes have reported decreasing blood sugar levels after soaking cut-up okra pieces in water overnight and then drinking the juice in the morning, while in Turkey roasted okra seeds have been used as a traditional diabetes medicine for generations.
What's behind this effect?
The superior insoluble fibre contained in okra is believed to help stabilise blood glucose by slowing the rate at which sugar is absorbed from the intestinal tract.
Other health benefits
Because okra is a rich source of dietary fibre, important vitamins and minerals, and powerful antioxidants, the vegetable is known to be beneficial for health in a number of ways.
These include:
• Preventing and improving constipation
• Lowering cholesterol
• Reducing the risk of some forms of cancer, especially colorectal cancer
• Improving energy levels and improving symptoms of depression
• Helping to treat sore throat, irritable bowel, ulcers and lung inflammation

28 thoughts on “Diabetes and Okra – a case study by Jogindra Kohli 8 14 2015

  1. Just wondering how have you been doing since this video. Are you still
    drinking the okra water? I wished though you’d get the same results just
    eating them, haven’t tried the water yet.

    1. +MS Blas See my Video Part 2. Okra water does make a difference in lowering
      the number after 30 minutes of excercise, otherwise it is indeterminate if
      it lowers the Sugar. my AIC remained the same as 7.1, though I did go to
      many holiday parties and a trip to India.

  2. I am planning to do part 2 of this video after my Hemoglobin AIC that will
    be in next three months. My last AIC went down from 7.7 to 7.1 with one
    month usage. I want to emphasize that I did not change anything before and
    after. I think the effect is by drinking the water that contains a thick
    coconut water or aloe vera type thick viscous liquid that helps. I do not
    think eating Okra will help as I had eaten Okra all my life and I never
    found it effective though It can not harm anything.
    An other important thing I noticed is that drinking Okra water by itself
    does not lower sugar, it has to be accompanied by 30 minutes of light
    walking or treadmill. I used to do that before but my blood sugar before
    Okra treatment used to be 120-130 after this exercise, but now after Okra
    treatment, it lowers it between 82-110, that was never possible before. I
    know some people told me it is hard to drink the water(It is always easy to
    eat cooked okra) but I do not think it is that bad and I have been using it
    two times per day. Evening before sleeping and early morning. I also cook
    the Okra with some mushrooms walnuts and eat it in the morning and evening.
    That is like a diet snack so that I do not indulge with other things. I eat
    it with a slice of whole wheat bread toast and it is a delicious recipe and
    uses the Okra.
    Do give me your feedback so others can benefit
    With Love and Sharing
    Jogindra

    1. +Jogindra Kohli I wonder if the benefit is due to rawness of this water.
      What I mean by that is that when you cook the okra, you may diminish/kill
      some of the healing properties of this food. Now, if only I can get my mom
      to try this!!! She is so stubborn!

    2. +Firyal Kazzazi
      I never commented that HE said ‘cook the okra’. I was wondering, hence
      confirming the knowledge that the okra was soaked, whether the benefits of
      this water was due to okra being raw!

  3. How long did you drink this okra water? How many times a day? Do you have
    to keep drinking it everyday for the rest of your life?

  4. Yes. I drink the water twice a day. Once in the morning and other in the
    the night. See part 2 of this talk. I have to exercise to get better
    results. Just taking water by itself does not help.
    Jogindra

  5. Sure but see part 2. What I found that it only helps with excercise of 30
    minutes in lowering the sugar. By itself it will not work.

  6. Cooking was to not wAste the okra it does not hurt. The diabetes. I do not
    know if it helps. It helps the constipation.

  7. must do brirsk walk 40 mintue .avoid total suagar things .take regular
    medidicne by expert Dr only baki sab bakwas.

  8. Mr. Kohli, I cannot thank you enough for this simple remedy. I’ve used this
    since May 2, 2016. I’m now getting the lowest reading I’ve ever had in the
    3 years since being diagnosed with type 2. My reading today was 83. Thank
    you so much.

  9. I do notknow about pickled Okra, I think the water helps it and that too
    with at least 30 minutes of excercise.

  10. i do not have diabetes. .. yet…. 😥 but i drink waaayyy too many soft
    drinks… Mellow Yellow is my favorite and i can easily drink up to 12 cans
    a day.
    when my body has had way too much sugar i can tell. my hands and feet start
    to swell and i feel very thirsty and light headed.
    when this happens i get a jar of kosher pickles (claussen is my favorite)
    and i drink the pickle juice straight from the jar. my mom did this when i
    was little and i used to think Eeeww yuck i could never do that. but as i
    got older and started to consume too much sugar, my body begin to tell me
    differently than that childs mind. and when i have taken in too much sugar,
    my body craves the pickle juice and i quite like the taste. when i go weeks
    and months without any sugar intake, my palate doesn’t seem to like the
    taste of pickles nor pickle juice at all. its just neat how the body knows.
    like i have heard of ppl who lack iron craving wierd stuff like ashes
    (ashes contain iron) so i think we can (almost) trust our bodies. i know
    its the vinegar in the pickle juice that my high sugar body craves but i
    dont think i can stomach pure vinegar.
    i am going to try ur okra juice 😌 i love okra any way u slice it. slime
    and all 👍

  11. Delicious and healthy recipes to mix and match daily. I saw changes in my
    numbers if I followed strictly. *Here **https://t.co/tIlIVLzgYD** :)*

  12. Me too my blood sugar usually high level like 500 to 300 more than 10 years
    , I’m trying this for 2 months now my leve is 130 it’s never goes up .
    thanks alot.

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