I'm starting to think amla is one of the top superfoods for someone practicing optimal health/nutrition. It's a tree fruit (Indian gooseberry), dried and powdered from whole food form (not closely related to gooseberry that grows in Europe and the US which is a shrub). Check out the study findings mentioned in this new Dr. G video:
Costs less than 5 cents a day and has more antioxidants than any known food on the planet. There are studies showing it lowers LDL cholesterol better than prescription statin drugs (with no impact or possibly even improvement in HDL), lowers blood sugar better than the leading prescription diabetes drugs, and also improves cardiovascular function and lowers blood pressure. Peer reviewed journal articles are referenced in the video. Samples from India have an excellent track record of being contaminant free as well (no toxic metals, etc).
I would not be surprised to find out it is also a BAT activator although I could not find anything along those lines in a search.
Edited by Gordo, 03 November 2017 - 11:14 AM.