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Amla Drink

Amla Drink
Written by Rahul Kumar

Amla Drink is a source of vitamin C and polyphenols. Amla is believed to promote metabolism and healthy digestion. This drink could be an ideal alternative to aerated beverages.


Key ingredients

Amla

Ginger

Lemon.


Nutritional Information

Component g per 100
Energy (kcal) 443
Protein (g) 8.3
Fat (g) 6.2
Carb (g) 88.5
Fibre (g) 43.5
Sugar (g) 34.5
Vitamin C (mg) 277
Calcium (mg) 250
Vitamin A (mcg) 2900

Health Benefits

1.Amla can reduce hunger intensity, keep the stomach full for longer time and controls unhealthy snacking, thus preventing weight gain. It also helps in detoxification, improving immunity and stamina to fight against free radical induced damage.

2. Amla has two major antioxidant components namely tannic acid and gallic acid which improve digestion, helps ease constipation, increases the metabolic rate and aids in weight loss.

3. Lemon poses numerous health benefits due to nutrients such as vitamin C, vitamin A and antioxidants. Vitamin C in lemon helps improve iron absorption, and is also rich in minerals such as potassium and calcium. This would help prevent anaemia, control blood pressure and boost energy levels.

4. Ginger is a thermogenic agent that helps in burning fat. By increasing the rate of metabolism, ginger can help burn off some of the stored fats and aids in weightloss.

About the author

Rahul Kumar

Health and Fitness Expert - ( All Team )
Rahul Studied for over Five years in India. Although “Based” in Uttar Pradesh, INDIA, He Travels most Months of the Year. To Keep Healthy on the Road, He Performs body-weight Exercises and always makes Time to cook.

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