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5 Most Important Benefits of Amla

Yes, here am gonna tell you how beneficiary Amla is!!!          

Indian Gooseberry, the “Nector of Life” known as Amla derived from Sanskrit work Amlaki deserves its superfood status. It can protect us against countless ailments like common cold, cancer or infertility. It consists of vitamin C more than an orange, twice the antioxidant power of acai berry and around 17 times of a pomegranate.

It can balance the three doshas i.e., Kapha/Vista/Pitta in the body and eliminates the cause of many diseases. It should be in your Diet Plan. Read further to get to know why you should indulge in this sour treat daily.

Here are the 5 most important benefits of Amla:

Improved Eye Sight:

5 Most Important Benefits of Amla

Carotene present in Gooseberry improves our vision. Daily consumption of Alma reduces the cataract problem, intraocular tension, prevents reddening, itching and watering of eyes.

Burns Fat:

5 Most Important Benefits of Amla

One more exciting benefit is its burns fat. You wonder how? Protein present in Alma helps you prevent cravings, boosts the metabolism, making one shed weight faster. As it consists of high fibre content and acids like tannic helps to relieve constipation and makes you look less bloated.

To Get Beautiful Hair:

5 Most Important Benefits of Amla

To improve the Hair growth blood circulation to the scalp is more important which can be done with the help of Alma. It works like Curry leaves, a proven tonic for hair. It prevents Dandruff, strengthens hair follicles and slows down the graying of hair. Like Egg it is also acts like a hair conditioner giving you soft shimmering locks.

Healthy Skin:

5 Most Important Benefits of Amla

To get the blemish-free, healthy and glowing skin, every morning drink amla juice with honey because Amla is a best anti-ageing fruit.

Relieves Pain:

5 Most Important Benefits of Amla

Amla has anti-inflammatory properties. Because of that it can provide relief to arthritis- related joint aches or painful mouth ulcers.

Padmini Dhawaskar

Hi! This is Padmini Dhawaskar, the Author of Healthviral.in. Working as a Software Engineer at IBM. I started blogging and instagramming with an endeavor to motivate people to keep moving. Thanks for stopping by! I hope you’re enjoying reading through my blog.

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