Gur is Jaggery and chana is roasted chickpea. Should we eat gur and chana once a week? Yes, especially for the married women. Eating in fasting state is better. Those who can’t eat gur and chana, they should eat a tablet of iron and folic acid every week to prevent anemia.
In astrology it is mentioned to eat gur on Sunday and chana on Saturdays.
All agreed that byproducts of gur are harmful like refined sugar etc.
Unprocessed gur can even be eaten by diabetics.
Anemia or Anaemia is a condition that arises when the amount of haemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying pigment of the red blood cells, is reduced. Those affected are pale, constantly feel tired, become breathless on exertion, and have poor resistance to infection.
Jaggery and roasted chickpea are found benefial to treat anemia in pregnant women in India.
Gur and chana during pregnancy help pregnant women for improving hemoglobin level. This is the main benefit of roasted gram and jaggery together.
How many calories in 100 gms roasted chana?
100 grams of roasted chana would have 396 calories.
Is roasted black chana good for weight loss?
Yes, Roasted Black Chana is very good for weight loss.
It is very effective for weight loss as well as it is full of nutritional benefits. It is an excellent health food, especially if you are interested in losing your weight.
Roasted chana or even plain chana has fat but not of that type which leads to bad cholesterol. You must include chana in any form in your diet as it is a perfect health food and it is highly nutritious.
Roasted chana is also liked by most of the people due to its taste and less fat. So health conscious people may use this roasted black chana in their food but without oil.
Roasted black chana is high in fiber, which is low in fat & contains good amount of protein & it is considered as negative calorie foods which helpful for weight loss.
Benefits of eating roasted chana
Roasted gram or chana is a popular form of snacks which is liked by people of all ages. Health benefits of roasted gram are as follows:
- It is an outstanding source of maganese, folate and protein ,copper, phosphorous and iron. All these are very necessary for good health.
- Roasted gram has lots of dietary fiber and this helps prevent constipation as it promotes easy bowel movement.
- Roasted gram is very low in fat and this is one of the main reasons that many people eat it.
- It is low in calories,high in protien & iron.
- Roasted gram Control Cholesterol level.
Nutrition – Chickpea / kala chana nutrition
Chickpeas are a helpful source of zinc, folate and protein. Chickpeas are low in fat and most of this is polyunsaturated.
Nutrient profile of desi chana (the smaller variety) is different, especially the fibre content which is much higher than the light coloured variety.
One hundred grams of mature boiled chickpeas contains 164 calories, 2.6 grams of fat (of which only 0.27 grams is saturated), 7.6 grams of dietary fiber and 8.9 grams of protein.
Chickpeas also provide dietary phosphorus (49–53 mg/100 g), with some sources citing the garbanzo’s content as about the same as yogurt and close to milk.
Recent studies have also shown that they can assist in lowering of cholesterol in the bloodstream.
Kala chana nutrition (Black Chana Nutrition)
A 100 g serving of cooked chickpeas provides 164 kilocalories.
Carbohydrates make up 68 percent of calories, most of which (84 percent) is starch, followed by total sugars and dietary fiber.
Lipid content is 3 percent, 75 percent of which is unsaturated fatty acids for which linoleic acid comprises 43 percent of total fat.
100 grams chickpeas, mature seeds, cooked no salt:
Carbohydrates: 27.42 g
Fat: 2.59 g
Protein: 8.86 g
Proteins in cooked and germinated chickpeas are rich in essential amino acids like lysine, isoleucine, tryptophan and total aromatic amino acids.
Dr. Anil Singhal, MD (Homeo)Should we eat gur and roasted chana or roasted gram once a week?
by Dr. Anil Singhal, MD (Homeo) ( Author at Dr. Anil Singhal MD (Homeo) )
Posted on October 21st, 2011 at 4:17 pm.
Last updated on May 23rd, 2016 at 9:30 am.
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