Green okra is a flowering plant in the same family as hibiscus and cotton. It's low in calories and carbs but high in fibre, vitamins C, A, and K.
Increased fibre intake improves glycemic control and insulin sensitivity in human studies.
High-quality research suggests soluble lowers total and LDL cholesterol by decreasing cholesterol synthesis and increasing cholesterol excretion
Okra water may improve pregnant rats' blood sugar levels with gestational diabetes
Fiber-rich okra reduces the absorption of carbohydrates in the body, lowering glycemic indexes.
It has many fibres and functional substances. But okra isn't miraculous and shouldn't be all you eat.