Garden eggs are common and popular in Nigeria. They are mostly enjoyed as snacks by people. Garden eggs are a big part of Igbo culture. It is served during festivals like New yam festival, age grade festivals etc and also during marriage celebrations. It is also used to prepare the delicious Abacha.

Garden eggs are medicinal. They are not just good to eat as snacks or during festivals. Account to medical experts, when you eat garden eggs regularly, it can help to treat some health conditions.

In this article, we will examine two health conditions that can be effectively treated and managed when you eat them regularly.

1. Garden eggs help to lower high blood sugar. They are very effective in helping to lower high blood sugar in the body. This is good news for those who are diabetic or prediabetic.

All you need to do is to take your medication and also eat at least 3 to 4 pieces of garden eggs daily.

You can do for at least 7 days before retesting yourself to check your progress.

It is also important to stay totally away from sugar and high starch foods like garri. You can use unripe plantain, wheat or oats for your swallow.

2. Garden eggs help to lower high cholesterol levels in the body. Garden eggs contain high amounts of fibre, and fibre is very effective in helping to lower high cholesterol levels.

All you need to do is to ensure you eat some quantity daily while staying away from foods that can cause high cholesterol levels such as processed meat, fast foods and fried foods.

I hope you enjoyed reading this article and learned something from it. Please, share this article so that others can learn from it. Also, share your thoughts and questions in the comment section.

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