People who are obese are highly likely to develop diabetes. Experts project that by 2030, about a billion people will become severely overweight. Eating healthy can help change this. Part of that healthy diet is incorporating fruits in your diet.
Fruits have always helped the gut flora do their job in helping people balance their weight. That is why researchers are currently looking at an exotic fruit called camu camu.
Scientists from Canada’s Université Laval’s Faculty of Medicine are starting to investigate Myrciaria dubia or camu from Brazil and Peru. Camu is reddish purple, much like a cherry. This fruit may hold a valuable secret in obliterating obesity and ultimately, diabetes.