Miracle Fruit - is this the way
forward for dieters and diabetic womens health?
A new super food, - miracle berry fruits could be set to revolutionize not only the the dieting industry but also the diabetic health food industry as well. (Check out the video below).
While miracle berries or miracle fruit has been known to the food industry since the early 1970's, more recently they have become increasingly popular in food tasting events, namely 'flavor tripping
parties'. Party-goers simply chew on one very small miracle berry before consuming very sour or bitter foods such as limes, lemon fruit, vinegar etc., to experience sweet, pleasant, taste changes.
Miracle fruits work in an ingenious way! The berry, which is rather tasteless, contains an active 'glycoprotein molecule
with trailing carbohydrates, called miraculin'. Consuming the
fleshy part of just one berry, cause the molecule to bind to the
tongue's tastebuds, thus causing bitter and sour foods to taste
sweet. Take a look at this miracle berry health video!
The effects of the West African miracle berry lasts any where from half an hour to up to two hours.
Just think what this can achieve for dieters, people who
are diabetic and those of you who find drinking water for health and beauty bland! Miracle fruit is not a sweet,
nor sweetner but is the result of a naturally safe chemical
reaction. The taste effect will largely depend on what is consumed after eating the berry.
Attempts are underway to create an artificial miracle berry sweetener for people who are diabetic and one company is at present pursuing the development of a purified version of the
protein with the aim of getting it approved.
So, what about the safety aspects of using miracle berry fruits!
Here at Health Womens Healthy Living Goals, we have always held the view that effort, together with safe natural remedies is the best way to go. You simply cannot get any more natural than the miracle fruit berry.
The official name of the Miracle Plant is Sideroxylon Dulcificum
Synsepalum but it is also known as Miracle Berry, Magic Berry, or even Flavor Berry. The plant was first documented by a 1725 explorer - Machais during his expedition in the plant's
native West Africa. He noted that the tribesmen chewed the berries before meals.
In its natural habitat, miracle plant grows as a shrub, reaching
heights of up to 20-feet. (Cultivated plants however will tend to
grow no higher than ten feet). The plant is an evergreen that produces 2 crops each year of small red berries with white flowers over many months. Miracle fruit plant seeds are approximately the size of coffee beans.
Miracle fruits have been used in their native country of West Africa, without any adverse side effects being experienced
by its consumers. In recent years, increasingly more people in a number of other countries have also started eating the berries without reactions.
Where To Buy Miracle Berry
Miracle fruit comes in numerous forms such as extracts, and freeze dried granules, miracle powder, miracle juices and miracle tablets etc., You can even buy a miracle tree from
a few specialist stockists. Growing miracle plants for their seeds is said to be relatively straightforward, as long as you
observe a few strict plant care rules.
As per usual before rushing out to
buy any of these products, Health Womens Healthy Living Goals advise that you exercise caution over where you buy miracle berry products.
This is especially important if you are buying in extract, tablets, granules or miracle juices.
You can order extracts, miracle tree shrubs and miracle berry fruits online. There are a few speciality suppliers both in the UK and in the US, who will deliver worldwide. To order miracle berries
or if you are thinking about growing miracle berry fruit treess, visit:
"Until man duplicates a blade of grass, nature can laugh at his so-called scientific knowledge. Remedies from chemicals will never stand in favour compared with the products of nature, the living cell of the plant, the final result of the rays of the sun, the mother of all life" (T A Edison)
The information on this site is purely of educational value and is not intended to replace your seeking medical advice. You must consult your doctor over all your health concerns.