After the hot summers and humid monsoons, the winters kick-start the season of the Indian gooseberry, better known as amla. It is an extremely sour fruit. Though you might not find the taste of amla appealing, don’t be quick to dismiss it- it’s rich in Vitamin C and also loaded with a range of polyphenols (antioxidants) like tannins, flavonoids, etc.

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How can you include Amla to your diet?

How much can you take?

Though there is no documented toxicity caused by over consumption of amla, it is always safer to take only 1-3 grams of amla per day for therapeutic benefits.


How do you incorporate amla to your diet?

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