Amla With Honey : Creative Ways to Enjoy the Benefits

Amla With Honey : Creative Ways to Enjoy the Benefits

Well, have you heard of superfood, Amla or Indian Gooseberry?

Amla is a type of tree native to Asia and is loaded with nutrients and is the richest natural source of vitamin C.

Amla (Gooseberry) Nutritional Value: 

As per studies, amla is very rich in nutrition, making it effective in curing many health-related problems. Here is the list of nutrients it contains:

  • Vitamin C: 600mg
  • Iron: 1.2mg
  • Moisture: 81.2%
  • Sodium: 1.5mg
  • Potassium: 297 mg
  • Nicotinic Acid: 0.2mg
  • Total carbohydrates: 15g
  • Fat: 0.9mg
  • Calcium: 0.5%
  • Proteins: 1.3 grams
  • Dietary fibres: 3.4 grams
  • Here are some of the unknown, surprising benefits associated with Amla fruit

1. Immunity booster:

Amla contains eight times more Vitamin C than an orange, it has twice the antioxidant power as of acai berry and 17 times that of a pomegranate. No wonder Amla is called a superfood!. The Vitamin C content of Amla makes it an excellent source of building your immunity and metabolism. It is known to fight both viral and bacterial ailments efficiently and reducing the impact of various health problems such and cancer and heart-related ailments.

2. Amla Enhances Hair Health: 

Amla is often used in hair care products because of its beneficial effects on hair. It nourishes the scalp, strengthens hair follicles, and promotes hair growth. It can also help prevent premature graying and dandruff.

3.Amla Supports Skin Health: 

The antioxidants present in amla help in maintaining healthy skin by protecting it against damage from free radicals. It also aids in collagen production, which contributes to the elasticity and youthful appearance of the skin.

4. Amla Boosts Liver Health

A high concentration of phytochemicals such as gallic acids and ellagic acid gives amla its antioxidant qualities. Hence it tends to act as a free-radical scavenger. According to Ayurveda, this antioxidant property of Indian gooseberry makes it beneficial for the liver’s health, as it protects our body tissues from getting damaged by the free-radicals (free-oxygen atoms) in the blood

5. Amla Promotes Heart Health

According to the studies, amla is one the most common fruit that promotes good heart health by preventing any heart-associated problems. The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of amla help against heart injuries by reducing inflammation.

Amla also helps normalise and improve fat blood profiles by lowering triglyceride levels or any bad cholesterol by promoting the growth of good HDL cholesterol.

Include SAARAL Honey amla’s in your daily diet.

The sweet, sour and tarty taste of amla makes it difficult for some people to relish it raw, Consuming amla with honey can be a more pleasant way to consume amla if you find the taste of raw amla too strong. Honey adds sweetness and can help mask the sourness of amla. Honey itself has some health benefits, such as antimicrobial properties and soothing effects on the throat.

When you combine amla with honey, you can still obtain the benefits of amla, such as boosting immunity, improving digestion, and promoting hair and skin health. The addition of honey provides some additional benefits, including potential antibacterial properties and soothing effects on the throat. So why the wait? check out the website to know more about our products.  Your health needs it because it deserves it.

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