Organic Green gram is cultivated in organic way without using any fertilizers or pesticides in organic eco-farms of India. Commonly known as Mung, Moong beans, Mung beans. The Moong is available in many forms- whole, split, de husked (yellow) and ground. It’s a member of large group called “pulses” which are rich in proteins, dietary fibre and low in cholesterol and saturated fat. In India, it is used for making dal with or without vegetables that goes well with chapatti, bread, dosa, etc. Sprouts or soaked gram is a good component of green salad. Dal is used in preparation of pongal and payasam which are traditional Indian dishes. Dry roasted dal flour is used to make healthy tasty rottis, parathas. Wet grinding is also a good option to prepare healthy, yummy idlis, dosas uttapas. Cooking, frying and roasting of sprouts is not recommended as it denatures the nutrients. Steam cooked sprouts may be given to aged people as it is easy to digest.
Organic Green gram hails organic farms of India which are well in compliance with nature. The organic farm grown pods are de-shelled and de-husked after natural sun drying. Being a member of the group of Legumes, is a rich source of vegetable proteins, carbohydrates, dietary fiber and minerals but low in cholesterol and saturated fats. Green gram is one of the best vegetarian super foods that has been praised for its amazing health benefits. It is also used as a finger food.
Soaked gram is added to green salad with or without sprouting. Natural sprouts are good for health and mind development. If you are trying to eat healthy or lose weight, moong dal can be a good high protein, low fat alternative to meat dish. It is a good source for a variety of vitamins and minerals which is a great benefit for hair loss. Moong dal along with chapatti for dinner is a best combination for achieving weight loss. It helps control blood pressure, good source of iron and is thought to prevent skin cancer.
|Name of the Nutrient||g/mg per 100 g|
|Calories from Fat||10|
|Total Carbohydrates||60.0 g|
|Total Fat||1.3 g|
|Trans fat||0.0 g|
|Saturated Fat||0.0 g|
|Vitamin A||0.0 g|
|Vitamin B complex||Traces|
Organic Arhar dal hails from dry tracts on Southern India which is known as “Pulse basket”. The organic farm grown pods are de-shelled and de-husked after natural sun drying. Being a member of the group of Legumes, is a rich source of vegetable proteins. Carbohydrates, vitamin B form major nutrients. Organic Arhar dal is rich in dietary fiber, low in cholesterol and saturated fats. Including Arhar dal in your diet may lower the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Organic Arhar dal is rich in potassium, and this would lower your blood pressure. Being rich in iron, daily intake would reduce your chances of anaemia. Delicious mouth-watering dish made of organic Arhar dal with or without vegetables is for popular for its high nutrient content and can be eaten with roti, rice and bread and makes an integral part Indian diet.View full product details
Organic Bengal gram Split is processed from Organic Bengal gram cultivated in organic farms situated in Southern India without using any fertilizers or pesticides. Commonly known as Bengal gram dal, chana dal. It is available in an array of forms viz., whole, split, de husked (yellow) and ground. It’s a member of large group called “pulses” which are rich in proteins, dietary fibre and low in cholesterol and saturated fat. Dal atta is also called “besan” used in preparation of tasty and yummy bajjis, savouries and spicy pancakes. This dal is one of the legume that's commonly used in Indian cooking and recipes. The besan along with turmeric is traditional face pack used by Indian women to keep their skin young, healthy and glowing. It can be used wither dry or after 24 hours of soaking in water.View full product details
Organic Bengal gram is harvested from organic farms situated in Southern India without using any fertilizers or pesticides. These brown coloured beans are commonly known as chana, chickpeas and garbanzo beans. It’s a member of large group called “pulses” which are rich in proteins, dietary fibre and low in cholesterol and saturated fat. The beans can be soaked in water and cooked along with vegetables in preparation of a variety of curries that complement well with rice, roti, chapattis, puri, kulcha as well as bread. It can be sprouted after soaking in water for 24 hours and added to salads to enrich it with proteins. Bengal gram beans are rich in potassium, phosphorus, magnesium and calcium. It also has impressive amounts of iron, sodium, selenium and small amounts of copper, zinc and manganese.View full product details
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