Everyone is aware of the nutritional value of Amla, also known as Indian Gooseberry. The nutrient loaded superfood can be consumed in various forms. You can kick your taste buds by savoring Amla chutney or sweet and sour Amla murabba. You can enjoy Amla candies after meals or even at any time. Drink its juice in the morning for an energetic day. If you don't have any idea about the nutrition Amla carries, let me tell you. It is extremely rich in
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Amla for skin
Its high content of Vitamin C works tremendously well for the health of the skin. It greatly helps collagen function in the right way, thereby improves skin quality. Its anti-aging properties make the skin firmer and enhance its radiance. It treats acne and pigmentation. Just take one tablespoon of Good Lyfe Organic Amla Superberry Powder and mix it with the requisite amount of yogurt and apply it as a face mask for the younger-looking skin. You can also simply use Amla juice to keep wrinkles, fine lines, premature aging, and dark spots at bay.
Amla is rich in fiber thereby leads to a healthy digestive system. Amla, or Amalaki in Sanskrit, helps in prompting the acid production in the stomach that leads to a reduction in ulcers and hyperacidity. At the same time, excess of everything is bad. Consuming too much fiber may lead to irritable bowel syndrome. Hence, adding the appropriate amount of fiber to your diet will help you in getting rid of constipation. A healthy stomach also leads to clearer skin and lesser pimples.
Amla for hair
Amla is a natural hair straightener and hair conditioner. Amla has lots of moisture content in it but if you think it works only for dry hair then you are wrong! It works tremendously well for oily hair too. Amla can absorb excess oil from the oily scalp along with conditioning it. Being rich in antioxidants, it doesn't fail to give shine and volume to your hair and protect it from getting damaged.
If consumed regularly, Amla may help combat hair problems like hair fall, premature greying, dandruff, and frizziness. The high content of Vitamin C along with anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial prevents the formation and accumulation of dandruff and also the itching caused. Moreover, the anti-microbial properties present in Amla remove the odour of and germs stuck to the hair and helps in keeping the scalp clean.
Moreover, the daily consumption of Amla as powder also promotes hair growth. Amla contains vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients that play a great role in enhancing scalp circulation that provokes healthy growth in terms of both, length as well as volume. The collagens present in Amla help in removing the dead cells and replace them with new hair cells. Amla also contains essential fatty acids that help in strengthening hair follicles and getting rid of frizziness.
It can also be used as massage oil. Take Good Lyfe Amla Superberry Powder in a bowl according to the volume of your hair and mix it with coconut oil. Massaging your hair with this mixture deeply nourishes your hair, helps you in getting rid of dandruff, and eventually in improving the quality of your hair. Amla powder can also be used as a paste for hair. Make a thin paste of Amla powder and water and apply it on your scalp. The quantity of both depends upon the volume of your hair. This will nourish the hair roots deeply. Leave it this way for 15-20 minutes and then wash it with a mild shampoo.
This small product is highly beneficial, taken in any form. So consume it regularly for the ‘better’ you!