Today Emerging Benefits of Amla that You can’t Ignore

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Bitter fruits are known for their amazing health benefits, be it bitter gourd, kale, sprouts, radish or Amla. Amla or Indian Gooseberry, is also called superfood as it is packed with numerous vitamins and has the potential to treat different ailments. If you were scared of including Amla in your daily routine, listed below are some benefits of having Amla that will make you go to market and buy some.

  1. Works as an Immunity Booster

These days, everyone is worried about their immunity level; as it is important to fight off various diseases. Amla, which is known to have more vitamin C than orange, has twice the antioxidant power when compared to acai berry. As vitamin C helps in improving immunity, Amla can help you fight off viral, bacterial ailments and can also reduce the chances of getting cancer-like diseases.

  1. Helps with Constipation

Constipation is something no one wants to talk about, but is a serious concern. Amla’s alkaline nature can help in clearing the digestive system due to its high fibre content. If you do not like the taste of raw Amla\, you can even consume it in the form of Amla Murabba that has its own health benefits.

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  1. Natural Blood Purifier

Another reason why you should use Amla in your daily routine is that the vitamin C content helps in making blood vessels stronger and thicker. Amla works as an antioxidant and detoxifies the blood. It can even improve your haemoglobin when taken regularly. 

  1. Helps in Improving Eyesight

Amla also contains carotene that is known to improve vision. You can add Amla to your daily diet if you have a low vision or weak eyesight. Daily consumption of Amla can also help with cataract, intraocular tension and other issues related to eyes.

Apart from this, consuming Amla can also help with Arthritis, joint aches, painful mouth ulcers, diabetes and heart disease.

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