Amla Berry is a tree that grows in India, the Middle East, and Southeast of Asian Countries. It is a little tropical fruit filled with innumerable health benefits you cannot even imagine. Also known as gooseberries, amla are low in calories. One hundred grams of fresh berries hold just 44 calories.
The word Amla refers to sour, which is predominant taste. Its Botaniacal name is Emblica officinalis or Phyllanthus emblica. Small and firm but sometimes ribbed and translucent Amla Berry are a unique, plant-based food growing on relatively small and thorny bushes.
The fruit is nearly spherical, light greenish-yellow, quite smooth and hard on appearance, with six vertical stripes or furrows. It tastes sour, bitter and astringent, and it is quite fibrous.
Amla Berry is consumed in many forms such as candy, pickles, tea’s but the most favorable is powered form as it is absorbed easily by the body. It is home of folate, vitamin A, B1 and B2 and phosphorus. A wide range of other nutrition’s, protein and omega -3 fatty acids make this little berry exceptionally nutritious.
Amla Powder has a tart flavor that makes it perfect for jams, jellies, juices, and classic dessert.
Let’s highlight some of the benefits of Amla Berry Powder….
Benefits for Health:
- Its helps fight Common cold: The vitamin C in amla is absorbed more easily by body compared to store bought supplements
- Its Improves Eyesight: This is least talked yet most exciting benefit of amla .Amla boosts metabolism , making one shed weight faster. Amla has high fibre content and acids like tannic which helps relieve constipation and make you look less bloated.
- It Builds Immunity: Amla’s antibacterial and astringent properties boosts one immune system. It is a potent antioxidant agent, it can prevent and repair the damage.
- It Relieves Pain: Be it arthritis –related joint aches or painful mouth ulcers, amla can provide relief owing to its anti-inflammatory properties.
- Keeps you Hydrated: Amla has a high water content that gives you gives it diuretic properties. These help out to flush out the toxins and other bacterium out of your system. Your body ability to retain water increases-as keeping you hydrated.
- Slows Aging: The main cause of premature aging is Hyperlipidemia. Amla contains antioxidants that helps reduce the free radicals in the body.
Benefits for Skin & Hair:
- Healthy Hairs: It contains iron and other hair growth and nourishing element. It helps in maintaining the natural sheen of hair by intensifying the hair growth form the root.
- It Improves Skin: Amla is best anti-ageing fruit. Vitamin C is also an essential component in keeping your face free from blemishes and fine lines.Drinking amla juice with honey every morning can give you blemish free, healthy and glowing skin.
- Helps treat dark spots: The Vitamin C present in Amla juice lightens your skin and reduces pigmentation. . With cotton pad, apply Amla Juice on your face regularly for maximum benefits. It will lighten the dark spots and give a natural glow to your face
How to eat Amla Fruit?
- Fresh Amla: You can eat amla spice raw with salt and spices, or you can mix a teaspoon of honey. Honey balances the tart taste of amla.
- Amla Powder: Organic amla powder and can be mixed with water, honey, or yogurt to be made in to hair or face pack.
- Amla Oil: this oil helps to strengthen the hair, prevents premature greying and stops hair fall.
- Amla Juice: Taking amla juice diluted with water early in morning on an empty stomach helps keep the digestive system healthy and aids in managing blood sugar levels.
It can be used as an alternative to tamarind powder, lemon or such fruit to add flavor to your food. It is also used at seasoning agent for foods
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