INDIAN GOOSEBERRY SUPERFRUIT
In spite of its novelty on this side of the ocean, Amla as the Indian gooseberry superfruit is not actually a new discovery – in fact, it boasts a wide margin of seniority over sliced bread. It is the single most mentioned fruit in Ayurveda, an ancient traditional system of medicine indigenous to India for the last 5,000 years. Long before it was branded an Indian gooseberry “superfruit” , Amla has been prized for its ability to revive, rejuvenate and balance the entire body. This is understandable, considering the Amla fruit is bursting with an impressive concentration of antioxidants, and a powerful combination of polyphenols, minerals, amino acids and dietary fiber.
ADVANTAGES OF THE AMLA FRUIT UNIQUE COMPLEX
AMLA-POLYPHENOLS ARE THE SUPERSTAR: NOT THE VITAMIN C!
Many fruits contain vitamin C and also synthetic vitamin C is readily available and cheap. Polyphenols are unique natural products and cannot be synthesized. Every plant offers a unique mix of plant specific polyphenols that cannot be copied or replaced by anything else.
Amla contains special Amla polyphenols that can only be found in the Amla fruit such as:
The unique Amla-polyphenols are responsible for the main health benefits of Amla and not only the content vitamin C in the Amla fruit. SunAmla products are standardized to supply a high and constant level of Amla polyphenols.
HEALTH BENEFITS OF SUNAMLA®
SUNAMLA PRODUCT RANGE®
SUNAMLA® REGULATORY IN EUROPE:
In Europe Amla is relatively unknown, although it is NOT regarded as NOVEL FOOD, because Amla has the official EFSA Food Supplement Status (FS) in the EU. The Amla fruit is actually not a new discovery. It is the single most mentioned fruit in Ayurveda, an ancient traditional system of medicine indigenous to India for the last 5,000 years. Long before it was branded a “super fruit”, Amla fruit has been prized for its ability to revive, rejuvenate and balance the entire body.