Amla (Indian Gooseberries) - The Insane Superfood You've Never Heard Of
Amla (Indian Gooseberries)
The Insane Superfood You've Never Heard Of
Hi, Cyrus Khambatta, PhD in Nutritional Biochemistry here. Over 500 people tuned in to watch this webinar when we did it live!
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Here’s what we cover:
- My background in nutrition
- Why we were intrigued by Amla and why you should be too
- What we found when we started investigating Amla
- The one thing holding Amla back from being the top superfood in the world
- What we did with Amla to make it even better
My background in nutrition
When I was in college at Stanford, I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. To say I was crushed is an understatement. I felt like my life was ending.
The next 1 year trying to manage my disease just made things worse. I took the usual advice given to diabetics - eat a very low carbohydrate diet. I felt mentally and physically slow, and I was still taking a high amount of insulin.
That all changed when I adopted a low fat, plant based diet. This was a HUGE change for me - I grew up making fun of people who did not eat meat! It was the best decision I’ve ever made.
Within a few days, I got my mental and physical energy back for the first time in a year. Moreover, within 3 weeks, I cut my insulin usage down by 43%!!
But how is this possible?? I was eating MORE carbs and taking LESS insulin?
I spent the next 5 years learning how this worked.
I earned my PhD in Nutritional Biochemistry at the University of California Berkeley. I read +3000 scientific papers on diabetes, and wrote and defended my thesis on insulin resistance.
Why I was intrigued by Amla and you should be too
A major part of getting a PhD is learning to sift through research to find hidden gems. Since I changed my life through the power of plants, I stay up to date on research about new ways plants are being applied to human health.
To be fair, Amla has been used for centuries in India, and is considered the most important medicinal plant in Ayurvedic medicine. It is only recently now that clinical trials have been conducted, that western science is recognizing its potential.
Amla (Phyllanthus emblica) is a real stand out in the literature. To start, Amla is the #1 most powerful antioxidant fruit on the planet. That’s right, Amla crushes acai, macha, goji, pomegranate, coffee, chocolate, red wine, turmeric - you name it, and Amla beats it.
What we found when we investigated Amla
If the trials are to be believed, the impacts of Amla are incredible. The data suggests that Amla is a metabolic fountain of youth - with significant impacts on maintaining healthy blood glucose and cholesterol. Moreover, people in India actually use it to help avoid wrinkles and keep their hair from going gray.
The one thing holding Amla back from being the top superfood in the world
Amla can taste very very bitter - like vinegar mixed with dish soap. Also, many amla powders are contaminated with pesticides, making them taste even worse. Some products mix this questionable amla powder with sugar, salt or other fillers to mask the taste.
The only Amla you’ll WANT to take daily because it tastes so good
Amla Green is the only all natural Amla powder that actually tastes incredible. What’s the secret? Amla Green is high quality, wild harvested, pesticide free amla that is concentrated 20x. This concentrated Amla is blended with a specific, proprietary oolong dark green tea that counteracts the bitter compounds in Amla. It's also a great intermittent fasting tea.
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