Health benefits Gooseberry

Health benefits Gooseberry

Health benefits Gooseberry are many, high vitamin C content, rich source of antioxidants to fight off free radicals that cause aging and cells degeneration. Amla berry is one of the greatest naturally occurring sources of vitamin C. It contains more than 20 times the amount of vitamin C in an orange. Alma berries can improve digestion by balancing  stomach acids.

“Of all the herbs in the world of Ayurveda, there is one that is considered to be the most important rasayana”. – The OZ Blog.

In India the Alma is considered to in the fortification of the lvier and in nurishing the brain for clearer mind focus and improved mental functions.

Health benefits Gooseberry

Rasayanas are herbs, spices and fruits that have anti-aging properties that enhance overall health, vitality and longevity.Watch this video to see the many health benefits from Alma berries.  The Alma tree from which these berries grown is alsi an object of  worship in India. Amala Ekadashi is the name of the holiday at the beginning of the Holi festival in India, where people offer worship to the amla berry tree.

Balanced nutrition needs to support all of the eleven organ systems of the body, they are all unique in the functions and the structural design, therfoe they also have unique nutritional needs, for essential minerals, vitamins, amino acids, fats and other essential nutrients.  It is always important to over deliver minerals and vitamins by eating healthy natural ingredients. Supplements can alos be of help but not always a wise option if there is high quality fruit and vegetables available. Holistic approach to good health is the answer to living a happy healthy life to a ripe old age. enjoy the video and choose your faily food take wisely.  Thanks you for visitng Which Food is Good for the Brain web site, i hope this  Health benefits Gooseberry post has been helpful to  your well-being.

 

 

14 thoughts on “Health benefits Gooseberry”

  1. thanks, i’ve been using amla juice since last 3 months.. i wanted to know
    if it also helps avoid premature greying of hair?

  2. I thought Indian gooseberry was called Haritaki. I’m confused now!!
    Are Amla and Haritaki the exact same thing, different parts of the same
    tree or absolutely different things altogether?
    Anyone?

  3. In India, traditionally the gooseberry is not consumed raw but as medicinal
    preparations like Chawanprash or sometimes it is crushed and marinated with
    sugar or honey. It tastes great with sugar or honey.

  4. Yea, but they taste so nasty. Can I throw them in a blender or something ?
    Maybe with a banana or something ? And it is hard to get the taste and the
    skin out of your teeth and mouth after you eat one. Some YouTube Dr’s
    suggest eating Amla powder or capsules. That doesn’t seem as healthy to me.
    Any suggestions would be nice. Thanks.

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