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The Ayurvedic Super-Herb You Probably Don’t Know About

For nearly six thousand years, Ayurvedic medicine has utilized the benefits of amla, a round bitter fruit also known as the Indian gooseberry.  Some research shows that it could be used to fight high cholesterol, osteoporosis, and cancer.

At least in the laboratory, fibers in amla help reverse the effects of excessive consumption of fructose, which could help to stave off high cholesterol and metabolic syndrome.  Amla also stops destruction of joints by arthritis without interfering with the bone’s ability to make normal repairs.  And research is testing amla as a way of stopping the growth of lung and liver cancer with a minimum of chemotherapy.

According to Be Well Buzz:

“And amla also shows real promise to become a proven way to stop age-related cataracts, the leading cause of blindness in people over the age of 55 ... [C]onsider adding amla to your regular supplementation as another layer of protection against the health effects of aging.”

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