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Benefits Of Eating Amla Pickle

Amla is a nutritional powerhouse. It is also known as Indian Gooseberry and is available during the winter season. You can consume amla in a variety of ways, but make sure you consume it in a way that allows you to reap the most benefits. It has a distinct tangy and sour flavour, which makes it difficult to consume raw. In that case, you can have it as a juice, chutney, or pickle.

Benefits of amla 

Did you know that amla is one of the most abundant sources of vitamin C? It contains nearly 8 times the vitamin C of oranges and far more antioxidants than pomegranate. Because of its high vitamin C content, it boosts immunity and protects against viral infections.

Because of its high fibre content, amla is beneficial for stomach issues such as constipation. It also aids in the relief of seasonal symptoms such as colds and coughs.

Ways to include amla in your diet 

  • Amla juice – It is a good detoxifying drink because it aids in the elimination of toxins from the body. It's simple to make at home. Simply slice it and place it in a juicer, then strain the juice. As it has a tangy flavour, mix it with water and serve with a pinch of salt and ginger.
  • Amla chutney – To add a tangy flavour, add amla to any basic chutney recipe. It can be used in place of lemon or amchoor powder. Otherwise, simply prepare a basic chutney with amla and coriander, green chilies, and spices.
  • Amla pickle – I recently made a pickle using my mother's recipe, and everyone at home enjoyed it. I'm going to share the same amla pickle recipe with you today. Depending on what ingredients you like and how much time you have, you can make amla pickle in a variety of ways.