World Health Day 2021: Add these Dals to your daily diet!
All pulses are one of the important nutrients, especially for vegetarians.
New Delhi: Dal-Chawal is most prevalent in Indian cuisine. People like to eat lentils fiercely. Proteins are very high in various pulses. All pulses are one of the important nutrients, especially for vegetarians.
Which Dal for good health?
But do you know whether the pulses you buy are of the best quality or not. Also, how much nutritional and health benefits can it have. Let me tell you that polished pulses look bright and attractive but are they really nutritious. Seeing the beauty of pulses, do we compromise with our health. Let us tell you which lentils are good for your health.
Pulses are polished to enhance their shine and make them attractive. Different polishing materials are used for this entire process. Polishing is done with oil and water. By doing this, each grain of lentils gives a shiny appearance.
Nutrients are important:
Let me tell you that by polishing the pulses, they lose their natural nutrients. Actually, unpoiled lentils contain natural fiber in the form of husk, which sticks to the lentils. It is very good for health. Natural fiber is separated from the lentils by polishing.
Lentil husk is necessary to keep the digestive system healthy. At the same time there is a high amount of protein present in unopened lentils. It helps in providing maximum nutritional benefits of natural nutrients along with giving flavor.
Pulses are known to reduce the level of bad cholesterol in the body and it keeps the heart healthy. In such a situation, the risk of heart attack is less. Apart from this, potassium and sodium are also present in some pulses which keep blood pressure under control.
Vitamins and minerals are found in high amounts in pulses. The nutrients present in them comprise a large part of your balanced diet. According to experts, pulses are a great source of fiber, calcium, potassium. At the same time, protein, iron, vitamin B, magnesium and zinc are also found in lentils. It keeps the body healthy.
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