Five Pulses that must be part of your daily diet

A traditional Indian meal is incomplete with the hot steam ladle (meaning the long-handled spoon with a cup shape bowl) of pulses/dal. One of the most highly loved ingredients in Indian Cuisine; pulses hold a specific place in Indians kitchen. Indian kitchen dishes out pulses in various varieties like plain pulses with veggies and green vegetables.

Pulses are everyone’s comfort food. While arhar pulses form the main ingredient in sambar food for South Indians.

All the pulses are one of the prime sources of protein for vegetarians with a rich nutrient profile. 

Some of the pulses we explain there-

Organic Moong Pulses-

Moong pulses are also known as green gram pulses/ split pulses. Moong pulses are one of the commonly used lentils (high protein pulse which is dried) blend into the meal from delicious curries. Moong pulses are consumed as protein-bound grow, a heap with heavy nutrients include magnesium, copper, potassium, zinc, and folate vitamin and excellent sources of protein and fiber.

  • Lower cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of heart disease.
  • A healthy protein for diabetes that helps regulates blood sugar level and good for all weight watchers.

Organic Urad Pulses

Urad pulses are usually used as whole black gram and white when it is de-skin (to remove the power) or split. Urad pulses are the main ingredient that offers a delicious taste to very famous dal makhine. Urad pulses items like idly, dosa, and vadas are the predominant for the breakfast, and it is pill up with protein, calcium, iron; and vitamin C and A.

  • It improves the strength of the bones.
  • Maintain skin and hair health.

Organic Arhar Pulses

Arhar pulses are also known as toor pulse/pigeon pulses; a common ingredient in Indian kitchen. The must-have dishes in any South Indian meal sambar. Most of the people eat arhar pulses with plain rice. Arhar pulses are fill up with nutrient as protein, iron, folic acid, and vitamin B.

  • It is good for bone health.
  • It helps in maintaining a normal heartbeat.
  • It helps to build immunity.

Organic Masoor Pulses

Massor pulses are one of the most commonly used in the Indian kitchen, with a color range from yellow to reddish-orange to even brown. Mostly split lentils mean de-skin and it is orange in color. Massor pulses are extremely beneficial for health, which goes well when added with any vegetables.

  • It helps to keeps your bones and teeth healthy.
  • It is also good for blood.

Organic Chana Pulses

Chana Pulses or Bengal Pulse is the predominant (meaning the main element) in India. It has a delicious nutty flavor when ground it is known as besan. The flour and the pulses are used in a variety of the smacking dish.

  • It is good for the heart.
  • It has strong muscles.
  • It has lower blood sugar.

Organic Rajma

Rajma is a must-have herb that is widely used in the various traditional dish in India and abroad. It nourishes herbs are procured from the herbaceous plant. While the customary in North Indian curry recipe is prepared from the red colored beans.

  • It prevents cancer.
  • It sustains weight loss
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