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Health Benefits of Gooseberry

17th October 2023 | 20 Views

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Although we all know that gooseberry is rich in Vitamin C, it was during the Corona period that the greatness of gooseberry and its immunity started to be widely known. Even nectar should not be over indulged upon, should it not? Therefore, in this post I want to talk about the advantages of gooseberry, who should eat it, and how much.

Gooseberry keeps blood sugar levels under control. It heals the wounds in the body quickly. Cures stomach ulcers. Good for the heart too. Prevents infections. As metabolism takes place in our body, waste products are released from every cell. If these wastes are not removed, there is a possibility that the body starts from inflammation and can lead to cancer. Polyphenols, tannins, and flavonoids in gooseberry provide immunity. and prevent the above mentioned problems.

Many people believe that eating large gooseberries will cure colds. In fact, the immune system in it flushes out the mucus in our body, which is what we think we have a cold. But eating gooseberry at night can cause hoarseness in the throat.

A cut gooseberry can be placed in a children’s water bottle and water can be poured into it. By drinking this gooseberry-soaked water, children will get enough vitamin C. However, you should avoid giving gooseberry to children in the evening.

Since gooseberry juice can help control blood sugar and high blood pressure, people who take pills for these conditions can consult a naturopath about how much gooseberry they should eat daily.

People who cannot take large gooseberry or its juice directly, can grind it and eat gooseberry along with coconut. Since Vitamin C is water soluble, excess cannot be stored by the body. 

The body takes what it needs and expels the rest. If you eat too much gooseberry, some people may experience vomiting and diarrhea. Otherwise no major problem will arise.

Rajaraman K

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