Benefits of Amla

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Amla (Indian Gooseberry) is an amazing natural fruit widely found in India. Amla is one of the most important fruits as per Ayurveda because of its many benefits and hence finds itself as part of many Ayurvedic preparations.

Amla is rich in Polyphenols (which acts as an antimicrobial and antiviral), Vitamins, Minerals and Iron, and is a common sight in many households because of its various health benefits, some of which are listed below:

Rich Source Of Vitamin C:

Raw Amla is a rich source of Vitamin C. 100 grams of Amla contains roughly 445 mg of vitamin C.

Flushes Toxins From The Body:

Our daily consumption introduces many foreign substances into our body. Amla gets rid of these toxins by maintaining the proper functioning of liver and bladder.

Regulates Acid Levels In The Stomach:

Amla regulates the Acidity levels in the stomach and leads to better digestion.

Removes Free Radicals:

Amla is rich is anti-oxidants and helps in flushing out free radicals from your body.

Improves Metabolism:

Regular consumption of Amla juice leads to increased metabolism.

Boosts Immunity:

Daily consumption of an Amla boosts your immunity due to its high concentration of vitamin C.

Improves Haemoglobin And Purifies Blood:

Amla increases the hemoglobin count in blood, the RBC (red blood cells) count and purifies blood.

Maintains Cholesterol Levels:

Amla reduces LDL (bad cholesterol), VLDL and triglyceride levels by over 40%. Alternatively, it increases the levels of HDL (good cholesterol) significantly.



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