Friday, June 9, 2023
Mitochondrial Health


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Amla, also known as Indian gooseberry, is an important medicinal herb in Ayurveda traditional medicine for increasing vitality, soothing cough, improving digestion and supporting the immune system. While recent researches have reported its hypoglycemic, anti inflammatory, antioxidant and anti hyperlipidemic properties. All parts of the plant was used as a medicine, but its fruit contains the highest concentration of different bioactive compounds. Its fruit is a rich source of three types of potent antioxidants for the body, vitamin C, tannins, and flavonoids like quercetin and catechin. Moreover, it contains high amount of ellagitannins, such as corilagin and chebulagic acid, which are said to be the most active components that contribute to the antioxidant properties of amla. In alcohol induced brain mitochondrial dysfunction, the extracts of amla have lowered the levels of lipid peroxidation and elevated the activities of endogenous antioxidant enzymes such as cytochrome c oxidase and the content of cytochromes in mitochondria. Moreover, amla has been shown to help improve endothelial function and manage cholesterol levels, it decreases LDL cholesterol and increases HDL cholesterol. Due to these properties, amla can be beneficial for cardiovascular health. Amla fruit is also used to treat hair loss. Aside from eating its fruit, amla oil is also available commercially that can be applied directly on hair and scalp. Nutrients that enhance hair growth include vitamin C, phosphorus, calcium and iron.
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