Boost Your Metabolism And Lose Weight With This Easy-to-Make Amla Juice

This translucent green fruit is loaded with goodness.


With the festive vibes kicking in, it gets rather impossible to not eat those delicious delicacies and keep your weight in check. Festivals are all about getting together, and binge eating your favourite (which is high on calories, obviously) food. It is difficult to keep a tab of your workout routine and your diet. But there are few things you can try to keep that weight gain away. Drinking amla juice every day can help you prevent weight gain and boost your immunity too.


Indian gooseberry a.k.a Amla is quite nutritious and known to help get rid of various ailments. This translucent green fruit is rich in vitamin C, a strong antioxidant. You can have it raw, dried or in the form of a juice or a murabba- amla is loaded with all good things.

Delhi-based nutritionist Gargi Sharma told NDTV Foods that Amla is a perfect ingredient to prepare home remedies for issues like cold, cough, mouth ulcers and more. Amla can also help in boosting metabolism and digestion. Being rich in fibre, Amla can keep you full for longer and prevent overeating. It is also low in calories and therefore perfect for those who are looking to shed those extra kilos.

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How to Make Amla Juice For Weight Loss

You can make amla juice by taking some deseeded amla in the juicer and blending it well. After that make sure you strain the juice and dilute it in lukewarm water. According to the NDTV Food report, one should mix 20ml to 30ml amla juice in a glass of lukewarm water and drink it empty stomach.


You can have this juice every day to enjoy the multiple health benefits. It helps you detox and speed up your weight loss journey.

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Published Date:October 18, 2021 6:32 PM IST

Updated Date:October 18, 2021 6:32 PM IST