Monk fruit – designation derived from the Chinese Buddhist Luohan monks already in the 13th century - is highly nutritious we would not like to overlook for our health & longevity. Scientifically validated. Read on to learn more about.
THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND
s you have learned also from our publications and seminars, our health & longevity depends thoroughly on healthy diet. With many different fruits and vegetables in the forefront. Independent of their nativity and heritage on our globe, the Earth. Depending on their content of certain nutrients.
Monk fruit – an inconspicuous looking small round fruit from southern China (named Luo Hand Guo there) being one of those fruits of high quality for our body and mind?
This monk fruit is short in calories and carbohydrates, but is a powerful natural sweetener, 300 times stronger than contemporary sugar. Used and cultivated historically by Buddhist Luohan monks already in the 13th century (that’s where the name monk fruit is derived). Accordingly, it has also become part of the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
Helping with lung disease, respiratory problems, sore throats, digestive problems - and
With special reference to this fruit’s content of mogrosides responsible for its high sweetening power.
Based on comprehensive Chinese research at, inter alia,
As well as
Confirming that monk fruit is not only is not only powerful to control blood sugar, but is also safe for diabetics.
Not enough. Monk fruit may also have
by potentially suppressing growth of throat and colorectal cancers.
As mogrosides with their the antioxidant effect are reducing the DNA damage of free radicals.
According to Chinese research at, inter alia,
as well as
The fact that mogrosides are protecting from damage by free radicals is anti-inflammatory, supporting our body’s self-healing power.
This is especially important as chronic inflammation is causing many health issues such as, inter alia, heart disease, cancer, diabetes, ulcerative colitis, and Crohn’s disease (as a digestive disorder).
Based on research at, inter alia, Pondicherry University in Pondicherry, India.
Another potential health benefit of monk fruit may be
Based on research at, inter alia, the University of Kentucky in Lexington, KY.
According to same research results, monk fruit may also fight candida, causing painful oral thrush.
Monk fruit is especially powerful in cases when certain germs are resisting the overuse of conventional antibiotics. As verified by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Not to overlook that monk fruit can well promote
as it is short of calories and carbohydrates – but an excellent natural sweetener and still very nutritious.
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