Amla berry, also known as Indian gooseberry, is an antioxidant powerhouse—and a superfood.
Perhaps you’ve heard of superfoods. They’re foods that are naturally concentrated in important nutrients. In fact, we can take that a step further. Superfoods have an incredible array of health benefits that go well beyond their impressive nutrient value. In short, amla berry is a superfood for a super you!
Here's why: Amla is rich in vitamin C—a powerful antioxidant—as well as essential bioflavonoids that enhance the benefits of vitamin C while synergizing with vitamin C to protect and strengthen cell membranes.† And since cells are the body's building blocks, when your cells are healthy, so are you. Amla berry is said to contain more than 20 times the vitamin C found in an orange, but without tasting too acidic.
On top of that, amla berry also contains phytonutrient antioxidant phenols. Phenols protect plants from oxidative damage and, when ingested, do the same for humans. Phenols do a lot, but one outstanding feature is how they block specific enzymes that cause unhealthy inflammation.
Amla berry has also been used historically for helping to support energy levels and for better iron absorption—due to its rich B vitamin, bioflavonoid and vitamin C content—and for use in conjunction with and for digesting curry, which is very high in naturally occurring iron.†
Among other things, amla berry is noted for supporting healthy fertility, a healthy urinary system and healthy skin and hair. Amla is also rich in calcium. Additionally, amla berry helps the body to naturally eliminate toxins, and it supports kidney, urinary and uterine health.† Amla berry also contains unique nutrients such as z-riboside, zeatin and z-nucleotide, which have powerfully positive effects on the immune system.†
Likewise, some studies indicate that amla berry’s nutrient synergy enhances food absorption; balances stomach acid; strengthens the liver; supports healthy joints and bones; supports healthy blood sugar levels and triglyceride levels; supports pancreatic and liver function; protects the brain—and other areas of the body—from free radical stress; and promotes healthy blood flow to the skin and to the hair follicles.†
Amla berry—now you can see why it’s an amazing superfood for a super you!
†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
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