Amla Berry: The Wonderberry

Amla Berry: The Wonderberry

Amla is the wonderberry you may not have met yet, but are going to want in on how to enjoy it. Also known as Indian Gooseberry, this nutrient-packed plant is commonly used in Ayurveda to help support overall health. 

While not as commonly known as other superfood berries, we’re sharing why you’ll want to get your hands on the Amla berry. 

The Top 5 Health Benefits of the Amla Berry 

#1 Source of Vitamin C

Looking for a natural way to boost your vitamin C intake? Look no further than the Amla berry. This fruit packs in a whopping 600-700 mg of vitamin C per fruit. 

With the RDA of vitamin C being 75 mg per day for adult women and 90 mg for adult men, even consuming a quarter of the fruit would exceed your daily requirements making this fruit a great way to show your immune system some love. *

#2 Rich in Antioxidants

Antioxidants are free radical scavengers that help prevent damage to cells and DNA (aka oxidative damage). A diet containing plenty of antioxidant-rich foods is crucial to health and longevity.

Amla berries happen to be a great source of antioxidants, giving us one more reason to enjoy this nutrient-packed fruit. *

#3 Contains Healthy Inflammation-Supporting Properties 

Our food choices are something we all have control over, and consuming an antioxidant-packed diet is a great protective measure for supporting healthy inflammation.*

#4 Digestive Health Supporting 

A healthy gut is central to our overall wellbeing, and nutrition is huge when it comes to keeping our digestive system running efficiently. 

Amla berries have been shown to help support the gut, and may even help in supporting those with occasional indigestion.

#5 May Help With Carbohydrate Metabolism

Amla berries also happen to be rich in pectin, a dietary fiber that may help maintain blood sugar levels already within normal, health range. While more research on this potential benefit is needed, one study found promising results, showing that the amla fruit helped support carb metabolism.*

How You Can Reap All The Benefits Amla Has to Offer 

Wondering how you can get your hands on this wonderberry? We’ve made it easy for you by adding amla to our Golden Superfood Bliss blend.

You can enjoy Golden Superfood Bliss on its own when mixed with water or warm coconut or almond milk. Or, you can up your superfood intake even more by trying this Spiced Golden Chocolate Elixir recipe, which is an incredibly delicious and indulgent way to get the healthy benefits of both Golden Superfood Bliss and our wildly popular chocolate superfood blend, Cacao Bliss. Yum!*

We know that you were made for more, and by adding superfoods like amla to your daily repertoire, you’ll take your health and wellness to a whole new level.


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They’re known as Goooseberries in Canada too. My grandmother used to make Gooseberry pie.

Christina Gordon

Here in Scotland these berries are known as Gooseberries. I love them
but they can sometimes be a bit tart. Very popular here in Scotland.

Margaret Brown

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