Why bitter foods are good for health

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bitter foods good health

Many people are not concerned about food consumption and because of this, they do not consume many foods that are truly beneficial for their health. There are many bitter foods that provide nutrients and energy to your body. Moreover, they also keep your body healthy. Eating bitter foods not only destroys toxins from your body but also boosts your metabolism. For people whose digestive power is weak, consumption of bitter foods is a better option. (Also read: What Are The Foods You Should Eat On An Empty Stomach)

Let us know why eating bitter food is better for your health.

Bitter gourd

Bitter gourd has anti-bacterial properties which help to boost your immune system. Apart from this, it also provides relief from the problem of inflammation and irritation in the body. Moreover, bitter food also controls blood sugar level. Bitter gourd is bitter but it is very beneficial for health.


Fenugreek is also known as Methi helps to keep your body healthy. There is very little calorie in it which helps in controlling the weight. Apart from this, there is protein, fibre and carbohydrate, which also relieves the problem of heartburn and acid reflux. (Also read: Foods that help you fight bacteria and germs)

Dark chocolate:

Dark chocolate is very beneficial for health. It contains soluble fibre, mineral and antioxidant, which relieves stomach-related problems like constipation, diarrhoea and acidity. Apart from this, it also improves digestion and also reduces the risk of heart disease.


Dill is also bitter in taste, but it has many health benefits. It contains carvone oil which is good for digestion and also helps you digest food. Dill not only improves digestion but also flush toxins from the body.

Citrus fruits
bitter foods good health
Citrus fruits have flexible fibre that keeps blood pressure in control and also controls the level of glucose in the blood. In addition, citrus fruits also contain calcium and vitamin A, which provides strength to the muscles and bones. (Also read: What are the signs that show you have a food allergy)

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