Bitter Gourd (India)

Short description   - Bitter gourd also known as bitter gourd or karela (in India), is a unique vegetable-fruit that can be used as food or medicine. Bitter gourd is one of popular edible pod vegetable in many Asian countries. It is grown widely as a field crop as well as backyard vegetable and, in fact, is among the bitterest tasting of all culinary vegetables. Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)   Energy 79 kJ (19 kcal) Carbohydrates 4.32 g Sugars 1.95 g Dietary fiber 2 g Fat 0.18 g Protein 0.84 g Vitamins   Vitamin A equiv. (1%) 6 µg beta-carotene (1%) 68 µg lutein zeaxanthin 1323 µg Thiamine (B1) (4%) 0.051 mg Riboflavin (B2) (4%) 0.053 mg Niacin (B3) (2%) 0.28 mg Pantothenic acid (B5) (4%) 0.193 mg Vitamin B6 (3%) 0.041 mg Folate (B9) (13%) 51 µg Vitamin C (40%) 33 mg Vitamin E (1%) 0.14 mg Vitamin K (5%) 4.8 µg Minerals   Calcium (1%) 9 mg Iron (3%) 0.38 mg Magnesium (5%) 16 mg Manganese (4%) 0.086 mg Phosphorus (5%) 36 mg Potassium (7%) 319 mg Sodium (0%) 6 mg Zinc (8%) 0.77 mg Other constituents   Water 93.95 g Benefits 1) Helps in maintaining blood sugar levels   2) Lowers bad cholesterol levels   3) For glowing skin and lustrous hair   4) Cures hangovers and cleanses the liver   5)  Helps in weight loss   6)  Boosts your immune system   7) Great for your eyes Uses The juice of a bitter gourd mixed with lemon on an empty stomach daily for 6 months for treating blood disorders like blood boils, scabies, itching, psoriasis, ringworm and other fungal diseases. Fresh pods as well as young leaves can be used for cooking. Short description   - Bitter gourd also known as bitter gourd or karela (in India), is a unique vegetable-fruit that can be used as food or medicine. Bitter gourd is one of popular edible pod vegetable in many Asian countries. It is grown widely as a field crop as well as backyard vegetable and, in fact, is among the bitterest tasting of all culinary vegetables. Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)   Energy 79 kJ (19 kcal) Carbohydrates 4.32 g Sugars 1.95 g Dietary fiber 2 g Fat 0.18 g Protein 0.84 g Vitamins   Vitamin A equiv. (1%) 6 µg beta-carotene (1%) 68 µg lutein zeaxanthin 1323 µg Thiamine (B1) (4%) 0.051 mg Riboflavin (B2) (4%) 0.053 mg Niacin (B3) (2%) 0.28 mg Pantothenic acid (B5) (4%) 0.193 mg Vitamin B6 (3%) 0.041 mg Folate (B9) (13%) 51 µg Vitamin C (40%) 33 mg Vitamin E (1%) 0.14 mg Vitamin K (5%) 4.8 µg Minerals   Calcium (1%) 9 mg Iron (3%) 0.38 mg Magnesium (5%) 16 mg Manganese (4%) 0.086 mg Phosphorus (5%) 36 mg Potassium (7%) 319 mg Sodium (0%) 6 mg Zinc (8%) 0.77 mg Other constituents   Water 93.95 g Benefits 1) Helps in maintaining blood sugar levels   2) Lowers bad cholesterol levels   3) For glowing skin and lustrous hair   4) Cures hangovers and cleanses the liver   5)  Helps in weight loss   6)  Boosts your immune system   7) Great for your eyes Uses The juice of a bitter gourd mixed with lemon on an empty stomach daily for 6 months for treating blood disorders like blood boils, scabies, itching, psoriasis, ringworm and other fungal diseases. Fresh pods as well as young leaves can be used for cooking. View More
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Short description   - Bitter gourd also known as bitter gourd or karela (in India), is a unique vegetable-fruit that can be used as food or medicine. Bitter gourd is one of popular edible pod vegetable in many Asian countries. It is grown widely as a field crop as well as backyard vegetable and, in fact, is among the bitterest tasting of all culinary vegetables.
Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)  
Energy 79 kJ (19 kcal)
Carbohydrates 4.32 g
Sugars 1.95 g
Dietary fiber 2 g
Fat 0.18 g
Protein 0.84 g
Vitamins  
Vitamin A equiv. (1%) 6 µg
beta-carotene (1%) 68 µg
lutein zeaxanthin 1323 µg
Thiamine (B1) (4%) 0.051 mg
Riboflavin (B2) (4%) 0.053 mg
Niacin (B3) (2%) 0.28 mg
Pantothenic acid (B5) (4%) 0.193 mg
Vitamin B6 (3%) 0.041 mg
Folate (B9) (13%) 51 µg
Vitamin C (40%) 33 mg
Vitamin E (1%) 0.14 mg
Vitamin K (5%) 4.8 µg
Minerals  
Calcium (1%) 9 mg
Iron (3%) 0.38 mg
Magnesium (5%) 16 mg
Manganese (4%) 0.086 mg
Phosphorus (5%) 36 mg
Potassium (7%) 319 mg
Sodium (0%) 6 mg
Zinc (8%) 0.77 mg
Other constituents  
Water 93.95 g
Benefits 1) Helps in maintaining blood sugar levels
  2) Lowers bad cholesterol levels
  3) For glowing skin and lustrous hair
  4) Cures hangovers and cleanses the liver
  5)  Helps in weight loss
  6)  Boosts your immune system
  7) Great for your eyes
Uses The juice of a bitter gourd mixed with lemon on an empty stomach daily for 6 months for treating blood disorders like blood boils, scabies, itching, psoriasis, ringworm and other fungal diseases. Fresh pods as well as young leaves can be used for cooking.
Short description   - Bitter gourd also known as bitter gourd or karela (in India), is a unique vegetable-fruit that can be used as food or medicine. Bitter gourd is one of popular edible pod vegetable in many Asian countries. It is grown widely as a field crop as well as backyard vegetable and, in fact, is among the bitterest tasting of all culinary vegetables.
Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)  
Energy 79 kJ (19 kcal)
Carbohydrates 4.32 g
Sugars 1.95 g
Dietary fiber 2 g
Fat 0.18 g
Protein 0.84 g
Vitamins  
Vitamin A equiv. (1%) 6 µg
beta-carotene (1%) 68 µg
lutein zeaxanthin 1323 µg
Thiamine (B1) (4%) 0.051 mg
Riboflavin (B2) (4%) 0.053 mg
Niacin (B3) (2%) 0.28 mg
Pantothenic acid (B5) (4%) 0.193 mg
Vitamin B6 (3%) 0.041 mg
Folate (B9) (13%) 51 µg
Vitamin C (40%) 33 mg
Vitamin E (1%) 0.14 mg
Vitamin K (5%) 4.8 µg
Minerals  
Calcium (1%) 9 mg
Iron (3%) 0.38 mg
Magnesium (5%) 16 mg
Manganese (4%) 0.086 mg
Phosphorus (5%) 36 mg
Potassium (7%) 319 mg
Sodium (0%) 6 mg
Zinc (8%) 0.77 mg
Other constituents  
Water 93.95 g
Benefits 1) Helps in maintaining blood sugar levels
  2) Lowers bad cholesterol levels
  3) For glowing skin and lustrous hair
  4) Cures hangovers and cleanses the liver
  5)  Helps in weight loss
  6)  Boosts your immune system
  7) Great for your eyes
Uses The juice of a bitter gourd mixed with lemon on an empty stomach daily for 6 months for treating blood disorders like blood boils, scabies, itching, psoriasis, ringworm and other fungal diseases. Fresh pods as well as young leaves can be used for cooking.
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