Which dals and beans are good for diabetes?

Which dals and beans are good for diabetes?

Dals and beans commonly known as pulses are rich in fiber, protein, calcium, iron, B complex vitamins and potassium. Pulses do have a considerable amount of carbohydrates in them, but the proteins and fibre present in them prevent the carbohydrates from causing a sudden rise in blood sugar levels. 
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.
Dal: A potent plant-based protein for body-building

Dal: A potent plant-based protein for body-building

Your diet is as important as your workout when it comes to building muscle. Are you striving to gain more muscle and get more defined? If you are a vegetarian or if you are trying to incorporate plant-based protein into your regimen, then dals are definitely your ticket! Protein in dal is the way to go!

A Firangi Tadka To Our Desi Masoor

A Firangi Tadka To Our Desi Masoor

Masoor dal or red lentils are a vibrant orange-pink color, while the whole legume is brownish. The texture of masoor breaks down very quickly, compared to the other lentils and this makes it ideal for curries, stews and creamy soups. Masoor is super delicious and is full of nutrition. It is really wonderful what a few aromatics can do to a pot of lentils! Serve with bread or naan or partner it with rice.
Many Health Benefits Of Masoor Dal

Many Health Benefits Of Masoor Dal

Dr. Shweta U. Shah 26 October 2019 This article is authored by Dr. Shweta U. Shah. A practicing homeopath, she follows a patient-centred ...