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Consuming Bitter Leaf can promote advanced body function and strengthen vital organs, and also lower your high cholesterol levels. The better Bitter Leaf nutrients are consumed, the better the health effects.

Regular consumption of vegetables such as Vernonia amygdalina (bitter leaf) and Telfairia occidentalis (Ugwu) can help to regulate the blood’s cholesterol level, a risk factor for heart attack and stroke.

How Bitter Leaf Can Help

Having high LDL can cause heart attack, stroke, and Alzheimer’s disease. Terrible LDL cholesterol can be the cause of these effects.

According to the February 2008 edition of the “Journal of Vascular Health and Risk Management,” bitter leaf can reduce bad and total cholesterol.

In an animal model supplementation, bitter leaf extract reduced LDL levels by 50 percent. It also helped boost “good” HDL cholesterol simultaneously.

However, no research investigating bitter leaf has been conducted on humans.

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Bitter leaf is a traditional ingredient in many African soups. Also known as Vernonia amydalia, its bitter taste makes it distinct from many other ingredients used for preparing soups.

Recent studies indicate that eating more of Bitter leaf also called ‘Ewuro’ in Yoruba. ‘Onugbu’ in Igbo, and ‘Shiwaka’ in Hausas, has many potentials health benefits.

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