Benefits of Amla / Indian Gooseberry
Amla has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years. Various parts of theplant are used to treat a range of diseases, but the most important is the fruit.
Here are few benefits of Amla
Having a 2-3 TSP Amla juice with water every day increase metabolism, improve digestion and reduces cholesterol levels. Include it in your regular diet if you want to get rid of that stubborn arm and belly fat.
Amla juice is packed with minerals and vitamins such as carotene, phosphorus, iron, and vitamin B complex. It is a perfect antioxidant that flushes toxins out of your body. It further ensures your body’s protection from oxidative stress by eliminating free radicals.
Amla juice has a vital composition- Vitamin C. Vitamin C increases the number of white blood corpuscles in the body, thus improving the immune system. The antibacterial properties of the juice help fight off bacteria and infections. 100 gm amla contain 450 milligrams of Vitamin C.
Promotes hair growth
Amla is rich in iron, Vitamin B Complex which are essential for boosting hair growth. These nutrients and other minerals make your hair follicles strong, thus ensuring better hair growth. You can mix amla juice and lemon juice and apply it on your hair. Wait for 45 minutes and then wash it off.
Provides anti-ageing benefits
Amla juice is packed with antioxidants that help fight all signs of ageing. Vitamin C is also an essential component in keeping your face free from blemishes and fine lines. Consuming Amla juice delays ageing and keeps your skin looking young and wrinkle free
How To Use Amla Juice
Apart from the juice, amla also comes in other forms like powder, amla can be incorporate in diet as a amla chutney, amla pickle and dry amla as a mouth freshener.
Amla chutney Recipe
3-4 pc. Amla (Remove seeds and cut into small pc.)
Fresh coriander l (1/2 cup)
½ tsp jeera
Mint (2 tsp)
Water ½ cup
Green chilies (2)
Method: Put all ingredients in mixer grinder. Make smooth paste like chutney, serve with paratha, or chila