Life Extension Europe: 7 green indian gooseberries or almas on a vine with leaves attached. On white background, Berry in forefront is cut in half.

Amla

Amla, also known as Indian gooseberry, has existed for thousands of years.

What is amla?

The Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis) has been well-known to practitioners of Ayurvedic medicine (native to India) for more than 3,000 years. It has recently been noticed in Western medicine.  

Benefits of amla

This remarkable fruit offers a multitude of health benefits. Amla extracts work harmoniously to reduce cardiovascular risk, making them an option for those seeking total heart health support.

  • Concentrated extracts of amla, help normalize lipid profiles 
  • May help in reducing direct measures of tissue oxidation and inflammation
  • Amla has a rich vitamin C content, ascorbic acid, enhancing immune system
  • An antioxidant powerhouse, amla defends cells against age-related oxidative stress
  • Amla extracts may help kidneys in age by reversing age related damage
  • Helps inhibit the enzyme system responsible for cholesterol production in the liver

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