This Miraculous Fruit Stops Diabetes, Kills Cancer Cells And Even More!

Goya is suddenly making news headlines for doing what it has always done – helping people fight disease, get healthy and stay that way. Goya, often called bitter melon (or bitter gourd), is a funny looking green fruit with white pulp. Other names for Goya include Balsam Pear or Karela. While it doesn’t look like much at first glance, and its bitter taste make it better as a side dish than a main course, Goya has the amazing ability to fight off diabetes and cancer. Read on to learn exactly how this bitter miracle plant pulls off the impossible.

Dr. Frank Shallenberger M.D. Introduces Goya to the West
Dr. Shallenberger, M.D., is a researcher at the Nevada Center of Alternative & Anti-Aging Medicine. He advised his patients to drink the juice of Goya diluted in water, after which he noticed a sharp decrease in the size of their pancreatic tumors.

Where to Find Goya
Thanks to the Okinawans, Goya is much more widely available around the world today. One of the easiest (and cheapest) places to buy Goya is in local ethnic grocery stores. You can also buy Goya-based beverages, supplements and whole melons in most health food and natural food stores. If your local grocer doesn’t already carry it, you can request that they carry it.

6 Health Benefits of Goya
Goya has a number of significant health benefits, of which these 6 are some of the most important:

1. Goya damages cancer cells. Goya has properties which damage cancer cells’ ability to propagate and actually shrink tumors.



2. Goya cleans and purifies the liver. Goya acts as a natural detoxifier to purify the liver.

3. Goya boosts glucose synthesis in the blood. Goya contains natural plant insulin which naturally lowers sugar levels while boosting glucose synthesis.

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