Health: These people should not forget to consume gooseberry, it can cause harm instead of benefit

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Amla is considered to be the king of nutrients. Amla is counted as a superfood. Amla can be included in the diet in many ways. You can eat it raw, drink its juice or eat it by making pickle or jam. Apart from cold, phlegm, Amla does not allow viral and bacterial infections in the body. Amla also contains elements that work to fight cancer cells. 20 times more Vitamin C is found inside Amla than orange. Apart from vitamin C, gooseberry also has properties like vitamin A, B complex, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, carbohydrates and fiber, which help in keeping the body away from many health problems. Despite Amla being so beneficial for health, some people are forbidden to eat it. Let's know, after all, who should not eat amla even after forgetting...

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Acidity
People complaining of acidity should not consume gooseberry at all. The excess of vitamin C present in amla can increase the problems of people with hyperacidity.

Low blood sugar
If your sugar level remains low, then you should reduce the consumption of amla. Amla helps in reducing the level of blood sugar. Therefore, people who are taking diabetes medicines should also reduce the consumption of amla.

Dryness
If your scalp is dry or your skin is dry, then eating more gooseberry can aggravate this problem. Due to this, there may be hair fall, itching, dandruff and other problems related to hair. In this case, it is advisable to drink a lot of water.

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People with blood disorders
The antiplatelet property present in amla can prevent the formation of blood clots. This property of amla reduces the risk of heart attack and stroke, but for those who are already suffering from any kind of blood disorder, amla is not a good option. Such people should eat amla only after consulting their doctor.