In 2019, a student scientist, Maria Isabel Layson, discovered that aratiles (kerson fruit) contain bioactive compounds that may help cure diabetes. Layson even won the National Science and Technology Fair and competed in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair held in the United States. In another study, aratiles was found to be rich in phytochemicals with great anti-oxidant capabilities. How can this fruit help manage diabetes? What are the other aratiles fruit medicinal uses? Find out here.