In these videos Dr. Michael Greger M.D., the director of Public Health and Animal Agriculture at the Humane Society of the United States introduces us to the “potential” of amla, dried Indian gooseberries. I say “potential” because obviously these studies are preliminary and many things work in a lab, but not in a human body. However, this is pretty cool: Amla: Indian gooseberries vs. cancer, diabetes, and cholesterol.
You can find these videos at nutritionfacts.org
First, dried Indian Gooseberries may be the ultimate dried fruit as far as antioxidants go:
Powdered amla ( Indian gooseberries ), may help diabetics more than the most current diabetes drug AND lower cholesterol at the same time.
Amla, *may* even help with cancer: