Roasted chana is one of the healthiest foods that you can put in your body. Its High fibre and High protein content keep you full for longer as they take longer to get digested in your body. Therefore it is the perfect diabetic friendly food.
Kala chana is the Indian desi variation of the worldwide known Chickpea. With slightly smaller and darker seeds
and a rough coat in black or green, it stands out from the normal white chickpea. It is also known as boot in Eastern India.
Its fulfilling nature can help you avoid those snacking cravings and avoid those excess calories. It provides energy and is an excellent source of vegetarian protein. Keeps your heart healthy. Diabetic friendly. Improves Insulin Response.
Roasting chana Daal gives it a delicious nutty taste.
- Great source of Iron
- Provides Energy
- High Fibre
- Lowers Insulin Resistance
- Helps in muscle gain
- Rich in Protein, Fibre, and many Minerals
- Great source of Antioxidants
- Helps in Weight Loss
One key other nutritional benefit of bengal gram is the high folate content, which is especially important for pregnant women. Moreover, chickpeas have a very low GI of 7. Its flour also has a low GI of around 30. Compared to wheat flour it is much healthier, as white wheat flour has a GI of about 70.
Nutrition Fact: 100g Bengal Roasted Gram contains 369 Calories, 58% Carbohydrates, 22% Protein, 5% Fat, 1% Fibre, 11% Moisture, 9mg Iron, 340mg Phosphorous and 58mg Calcium
How to store: Keep in an airtight container.