1.The vitamin C in amla is absorbed more easily by the body which helps fight the common cold
2. Daily consumption has also been linked to improvement in overall eye health as amla can reduce cataract problems, intraocular tension (the pressure you feel) as well as prevent reddening, itching, and watering of eyes.
3. It burns fat. Amla has high fibre content and acids like tannic which help relieve constipation and make you look less bloated.
4. Amla’s antibacterial and astringent properties boost one’s immune system.
5. Amla is a proven tonic for hair. It slows down greying, prevents dandruff, strengthens hair follicles, and increases blood circulation to the scalp thereby improving hair growth.