Benefits Of Sprouting Dals & Pulses

Benefits Of Sprouting Dals & Pulses

Sprouts have become tremendously popular amongst the health-conscious as well as the gourmet chefs. Known as miniscule nutrient powerhouses, sprouts impart fabulous nutritional benefits and can be easily integrate in to your diet plan. Common sprouts that are well-liked by all include –moong, matki, soya and many more.

5 Must-Have Pulses in Your Pantry

5 Must-Have Pulses in Your Pantry

Pulses are the most convenient and affordable source of protein.  With pulses, you don’t need much prep time to whip up a healthy and wholesome meal. The Dietary Guidelines for Indians have identified protein-energy malnutrition as a common nutrition-related problem in India and many other developing countries. These guidelines have also identified pulses among the most recommended food types that should be consumed on a daily basis. Pulses are easy to store and can be used over a period of time. As they are rich in complex carbohydrates, micronutrients, proteins and vitamins, they also form an important part of the vegetarian or vegan diet.
Easy Vegan Dinner Ideas Using High Protein Pulses

Easy Vegan Dinner Ideas Using High Protein Pulses

If you follow the vegan lifestyle, there is a good chance that you’ve been told that your diet doesn’t contain enough protein. Many people believe that vegan diets do not satisfy our body’s nutritional needs, especially when it comes to protein.
Dals & Pulses – The Not-so Secret Ingredients to Good Health

Dals & Pulses – The Not-so Secret Ingredients to Good Health

An average Indian diet, irrespective of the cuisine, is based on the principles of balanced eating. Each cuisine, in every part of India, uses ingredients that are local staples, easily available and ideal for the climate of that area. Local meals are balanced and healthy. Whether it is the irresistible Chhole Kulche in North India or the evergreen Idli Sambar in South India, these dishes offer the right amount of nutrition and ample comfort with every bite.

Is unpolished dal good for health?

Is unpolished dal good for health?

there are many versions of dal available in the market – polished, unpolished, and organic. Polished food grains and dals tend to look more attractive than the unpolished versions. Polishing is done using various elements such as water, oil, leather, etc. This process could compromise the nutritional properties of the dals and pulses. This could also add moisture content to the dal, thereby increasing the weight.

Pulses By The Season

Pulses By The Season

Pulses or legumes are a food group which includes beans, lentils and peas. They are one of the most nutritious and versatile foods available. They are also one of the oldest cultivated plants. The remarkable health benefits of legumes are so wide-ranging and
India And Pulses: A History

India And Pulses: A History

Dr. Shweta U. Shah 27 November 2019 This article is authored by Dr. Shweta U. Shah. A practicing homeopath, she follows a patient-centred...
Beat Obesity With These Pulses

Beat Obesity With These Pulses

Dr. Shweta U. Shah 25 November 2019 This article is authored by Dr. Shweta U. Shah. A practicing homeopath, she follows a patient-centred...
Ease your bowels with these high-fibre legumes

Ease your bowels with these high-fibre legumes

Fibre is an extremely important part of our diets that is rarely discussed. It is a dietary component that our body doesn’t absorb but needs for digestion.