India is known for its diverse culture and cuisines as the food we serve is the integration of dals, pulses with spices which gives you mouth-watering taste because our food is prepared in organic spices. It is not only a symbol of Indian food culture but, it is a great source of proteins, fiber, minerals, etc. specially for those people who cannot eat fish, meat or other dairy products and it intricate us to live a happy and healthy life.
Here is the description of some pulses which will help you to conceptualize their importance:
Masoor Dal contains a high protein content which is good for leading a healthy living. Masoor dal helps in keeping the excretory system clean which is good for those people who are suffering from diseases due to impure blood.
Urad also is commonly known as Black Gram as it has soothing and cooling properties which is good for digestion and metabolism. It helps in producing and maintaining the new cells, especially red blood cells. Consumption of urad dal is productive for diabetic patients.
In India Split Pigeon Pea is also known as Toor Dal or Arhar Dal. Split Pigeon Pea or Toor or Arhar Dal. It helps to cure the disease such as cough, poisoning effect, gas troubles, acidity, stomach pain and piles. It is used in the treatment of internal organ swelling.
This is the main reason why pulses are an important part of our diet as it healthy, versatile and nutritious. Due to increase in demand it lead to adulteration which make these crop less nutritious but, we opt for 100% organic crops which helps you in leading a healthy life.