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Boost Your Immune System with Alma, Indian Gooseberry

Published on 8/20/2015
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The main function of the immune system is to protect the body against various infections. It helps in determining one’s state of health. The main components of the immune system are bone marrow, antibodies, cells, lymph nodes, spleen, chemicals, thymus glands and tonsils. The effectiveness of the immune system varies from person to person. In case of a weak immune system, the person is more susceptible to infections and other health problems. The immune system forms various antibodies that fight against germs. 

There are various herbs and nutrients that can enhance the immune system. One herb that is highly beneficial for enhancing the immune system is Amla or Indian gooseberry. According to Health Benefits of Indian Gooseberry or Amla, "The Indian Gooseberry belongs to the Euphorbiaceae family. This fruit ripens in the autumn in wet, forested, hilly areas on the Indian subcontinent. In India it is considered a sacred tree. The fruit is very nourishing, but it tastes sour. Both dried and fresh fruits can be consumed for their health benefits."

Alma is the richest natural source of vitamin C. It is considered as a versatile and powerful antioxidant that protects the body against all types of cancer, fights against the virus that is responsible for causing AIDS and HIV. Amla also helps in lowering the blood pressure. Other than a rich source of vitamin C, it is a good dietary source of various minerals and amino acids. It is helpful in raising the total protein level and the body weight. Due to its antibacterial and astringent properties it helps to fight against various infections, thus, making the immune system strong.

Various other benefits of Amla are as follows:

  • Helps in good iron absorption from the dietary sources.
  • Increases the protein synthesis that strengthens the body muscles.
  • Helps in better food absorption making the digestive system strong and balances the stomach acid.
  • Strengthens the liver and helps in the easy removal of toxins and morbid matter from the body.
  • Strengthens the hair, nails, bones and teeth; prevents the premature graying of hair and dandruff.
  • Provides nourishment to the brain and heart making the nervous system strong and lowering the blood cholesterol.
  • Is considered one of the best tonics for the eyes .

These benefits make Amla, or Indian goosebery, a great choice for enhancing your immune system.

Naturally Prevent Disease and Protect Your Body!

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