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Bhagyashree Talks About Tangy Tamarind And Its Many Health Benefits (Watch Video)

There are certain things that can instantly incite child-like joy no matter how old we get or how worn down we become. These feelings can be evoked by chocolates, candies, and ice-creams. Tamarind (Imli), another food item that transports us back to childhood summers when we ate these delicious, tangy treats all the time, is also one of these foods. Actress Bhagyashree shared her thoughts on Instagram about why we need to eat more raw Imli. In an Instagram video, Bhagyashree discusses the many health-benefits of Imil.

(Also read: From South Indian To Italian: All About Actress Bhagyashree’s Foodie Cravings)

The actress made the video as part of her #TuesdayTipsWithB series. Bhagyashree begins the video by reminiscing about her childhood days, when she would eat Imlis straight from the trees. She says Imli is rich in nutritional benefits and has many health benefits. It contains a lot of Vitamin C, which has been known for its immune-boosting abilities. It’s also rich in Calcium and Magnesium which are great for bone health. It’s also rich in Vitamin A, iron, and other nutrients.

The actress encourages viewers munch on these tangy fruit regularly. Check out the video below:

(Also read: Bhagyashree’s ‘Healthy Breakfast’ Juice Is Motivating Us To Make Nutritious Drinks Every Day (Recipes Inside))

Bhagyashree has developed as a health and food influencer. Her Tuesday sessions are loved by her followers and fans. The actor is an advocate for living a healthy, happy life. Recently, she spoke out on the importance of zinc in our daily diet. She explained that zinc is not a mineral that naturally occurs in the body. Therefore, it is important to eat sufficient amounts of it. You can read more about it.

We are squealing with delight at the sight of these tangy, tamarinds! We are going to go find a new batch. Do you think Imli has many health benefits? Would you increase your consumption? Please share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.



Source: food.ndtv.com

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