What is Amla (Indian Gooseberry) ?
Amla is the one of the most important medical plants in Indian Ayurveda medicine. It is useful in the treatment of various diseases.
Amla fruit is widely used in Indian system of medicine as a diuretic, laxative, liver tonic, refrigerant, stomachic, restorative, antipyretic, hair tonic, ulcer preventive and for the common cold, fever.
Amla (Indian Gooseberry) traditionally used in Indian Ayurveda medicine, but lack of human studies.
Top 5 Amla Benefits (Indian Gooseberry)
1. Lower Cholesterol
Heart disease is one of the causes of having high levels of cholesterol.
HDL cholesterol (HDL-C) and LDL considered as good form of cholesterol, LDL cholesterol (LDL-C) is considered as bad form of cholesterol.
Based on the study, 500mg Amla given daily for 42 days to 60 patients with high cholesterol levels, reduced LDL-C and total cholesterol and increased HDL-C. The effects were similar to one of the cholesterol-lowering statin drug. 
Amla reduce bad cholesterol and increased good cholesterol.
2. Boost Immunity
Amla (Indian gooseberry) contains 69 percent of vitamin C daily requirements.
Vitamin C is a very powerful natural water-soluble antioxidant helps the body to fight against infectious and eliminates free-radical in the body. Overall, improve body immune system.
Amla rich in vitamin C which can improve immune system of the body.
3. Improve Digestion
Amla helps our digestive system in more ways than we might think. It is rich in several vitamins and minerals, including calcium, vitamin C, and magnesium.
It contains soluble fibre that helps absorb our stomach acid.
It contains phytosterols that are healthy for the colon and very good for maintaining regularity when we eat.
Amla rich in soluble fiber which can improve digestion
4. May Help Control Blood Sugar
According to the study, from 12 healthy people and 12 diabetics with three weeks, Amla fruit powder supplementation can reduce blood glucose levels. 
On the other hand, sugar from amla fruit slowly absorbed into the bloodstream and prevent sugar crash and mood swings.
Amla may control blood sugar level from spiking up.
5. Promote Hair Health
People who have trouble losing their hair may not realize that their hair is healthy. This is because their immune system is weak, and the ability to produce sebum (the oil produced by the hair) is low.
Sebum plays a big role in the growth of new hair. The reason why your hair is falling out is that the hair follicles cannot produce enough sebum.
Eating fruits like gooseberries which contain vitamin A that can help increase your hair’s sebum production.
Amla contains vitamin A which can prevent hair loss.
How many Amla can you eat in a day?
To maximize the amla benefits, take 1-2 fresh amla (Indian gooseberries) or 15-20ml of fresh juice of fruits or 4-5 grams of dried fruit powder (mixed with a glass of water).
What are the side-effects of overconsumption Amla?
A large quantity of Amla can cause constipation and acidity. Amla is also rich in potassium which causes kidney issue or high blood pressure.
There are many reasons which Amla (Indian gooseberry) had been popular in Indian Ayurveda traditional.
However, there is still a lack of human clinical studies on the berry for particular Amla benefits, such as blood sugar regulation.