Nutritious Pulses:

Hello guys, I am going to tell you the amazing benefits of pulses. Which you often used to eat in your home. Pulses are very tasty, But most people dislike it. They like sabzi, paneer, meat, biryani, and eggs. They think only these food has all the nutrients. Yes, these foods are nutritious but pulses have also many nutrients. It is simple food, but healthy. By pulses, many types of dishes are made. Like khichdi, Moog daal kachori, dal makhani dahi balle, etc. And when we make kachauri of moog pulse or daal makhni its taste is double. Nutrients also increase. Now I will tell you some benefits of pulses that those who dislike pulses will also start eating.

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What are the benefits of pulses?

Pulses contain vitamins

It has high protein

Pulses act as antioxidants

Pulse supports a healthy heart

It can reduce the risk of diabetes

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Which are those nutritious pulses :

Chickpeas:

Chickpeas are good in taste. It is full of fiber and protein. So you must eat it daily and if you wish you can eat it for half or one week.

Chickpeas provide us with various health benefits. The same beans and legumes are also good which is just like a white pulse. Chickpeas have rich fiber. It is helpful to reduce blood sugar levels in comparison to carbs food. Because Chickpeas and other legumes are full of fiber and are plant compounds it is helpful to improve the composition of gut bacteria. It supports the growth of bacteria.

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Gut bacteria are essential for human health. Because it supplies essential nutrients to the whole body, it is helpful in digestion and it supports physical and mental health.

Chickpeas is helpful in the production of fatty acid chain in the colon.

In one cup of pulses, you get:

Calories:                               269

Protein                                 14.5 g

Carbohydrate                      45g

Fiber                                     12.5g

Folate (Vitamin B9)            71% of the daily value (DV)

Copper                                 64% of the DV

Manganese                         73% of the DV

Lentils:

Lentils are a good source of protein. It can be added to soup also. Lentils have rich iron. It traces minerals that help make hemoglobin in the body. It is a protein that is present in blood that transfers oxygen in the body. To increase the quantity of iron, you must eat it as well as lentils containing high copper minimum of 64% of the daily value.

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One cup of lentils contains:

Calories                                  230

Fat                                           0.752g

Protein                                   17.9g

Carbs                                     39.8 gram

Thiamine                              (vitamin B1) 30% of the DV

Folate (Vitamin B9)            90% of the DV

Iron                                       37% of the DV

Zinc                                      23% of the DV

Copper                                55% of the DV

Peas:

Peas are delicious and notorious. It is also one type of legume. It contains fiber, protein, micronutrients, and antioxidant compounds and is good for health. It helps to nourish good gut bacteria. Peas also contain Vitamin K, a fat-soluble vitamin. According to research pea protein is added in food as a supplement also. Pea protein may help in muscle size and strength, so it is good for those who do workout. Pea protein can be compared with whey protein for muscle gain.

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160-gram cooked green peas gives:

Calories                                           134

Protein                                             8.52g

Fat                                                    0.35g

Carbs                                                25g

Fiber                                                 8.8g

Thiamine (vitamin B1)                  35% of the Daily Value

Folate     (vitamin B9)                    25% of the DV

Manganese                                     37% of the DV

Vitamin K                                         35%

Kidney beans:

It is high in fiber as chickpeas and lentils. It can slow the absorption of sugar so that your blood sugar level does not increase or even decrease.

It may reduce the risk of heart disease like blood pressure. According to a study, 3/ 4 cups of kidney beans lower blood pressure.

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One cup of kidney beans has:

Calories                                               225

Protein Fiber                                      15.3g

Fat                                                       0.885 g

Carbs                                                   40.4g

Fiber                                                    13.1g

Thiamine (vitamin B1)                     24% of the DV

Folate     (vitamin B9)                       58% of the DV

Copper                                               48% of the DV

Manganese                                       37% of the DV

Iron                                                     29% of the DV

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