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- Grows in India. Indians usually call it Vendakkai or Bhindi.
- Okra is a perennial, often cultivated as an annual in temperate climates, and grows to around 2 metres (6.6ft) tall. The leaves are 10-20 centimetres (3.9-7.9 in) long and broad, palmately lobed with 5-7 lobes.
- “Okra”, this word usually appears in the UK, Canada, United States and the Philippines. Caribbean English and Nigeria would like to pronounce it okro. in India, people call it vendakkai or bhindi.
- Dietary Fiber. Indian Okra is high in fibre. Eight medium-sized pods are estimated to contain 3 grams of fibre. This bulk fiber quality has several benefits. It helps digestion, cuts hunger cravings, and keeps those who eat it fuller for longer.
- Anti-Stress Effects. The seed extracts of Indian okra have an antioxidant, anti-stress effect in the bloodstream of mice. Managing stress levels is an important part of managing diabetes. Long-term, high stress levels can cause blood sugar levels to spike.
- May Help Lower Cholesterol. Indian okra has been found to lower cholesterol levels in lab mice with diabetes. When high cholesterol levels are combined with diabetes, the outlook is not good. So advise the people with diabetes can eat foods with high fibre content and antioxidant qualities.