Gooseberries are a good source of Vitamin C, fiber and potassium. They have a fair amount of antioxidants, so they have made it onto our list of antioxidant rich foods. They are not as readily available in supermarkets as other fruits. They come in red, white and green varieties. Gooseberry juice combined with a cup of bitter gourd juice helps diabetics lower blood sugar. Dried gooseberries can be used to help those with dysentery and diarrhea. Gooseberry tea can be helpful in healing mouth sores. The tea is also useful for healing urinary tract infections. gooseberries have antifungal properties and are helpful in inhibiting yeast andfungal infections. Gooseberries have 20 times more Vitamin C than oranges.
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