Chickpeas are one of the most widely used nutritious foods in our country. This is the most frequent food that is prepared for God.
It quenches hunger and provides energy and improves health. That is why our ancestors used it in fasting worship.

Chickpea varieties

The fried gram, salty gram, and chana dal that we use are derived from chickpeas. They are usually found in white, black, and green.

Growing Nature of Chickpeas

Chickpeas can grow up to 30 to 60 cm in height. It is a drought-tolerant winter crop. This plant will grow well and give a good yield if there are good fertile soil and low temperature.

The plant has feather-shaped leaves. Small pods appear on the plant. These pods have 1-3 seeds. These are the chickpeas we eat.

Nutrients contained in chickpeas

Chickpeas are high in micronutrients, protein, and fiber and are often added to the diet. 100 grams of chickpeas contains 9 grams of protein, 8 grams of fiber, 2.6 grams of fat, iron, and magnesium. There are also 164 calories.

Chickpeas are rich in many minerals such as manganese, thiamine, magnesium, and phosphorus. These increase the body's energy and boost the immune system.

Medicinal uses of chickpeas

Controlling diabetes
Chickpeas have a low glycemic index. It is very good for diabetics. It also contains soluble fiber, protein, and iron. So these help to keep the blood sugar level under control.

Blood pressure is under control
Chickpeas are the best food for anemia. Because it is high in iron, potassium, and magnesium. People with high blood pressure should eat chickpeas to keep their blood pressure under control.

Preventing cancer

If you continue to eat chickpeas, there will be no hormonal imbalance in the body. Women who regularly eat chickpeas are less likely to develop breast cancer. Chickpeas also help to correct the mood swings that occur in women during menstruation.

Weight loss
Chickpeas are high in protein and fiber and can be added to the diet frequently if you want to lose weight. Get rid of the occasional hunger pangs and prevent hunger for a long time.

Increase masculinity
If you soak chickpeas in water and eat it regularly, you will get rid of impotence and increase manhood.

Urinary problems will be solved
Roasting and powdering chickpeas and eating twice a day can cure stomach upset, urinary incontinence, and urinary irritation.

The bones are firm
Bone stability requires vitamins, minerals, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and vitamin K. All of these are much in chickpeas. Chickpeas can be added a lot for bone growth and stability.

Improves heart health
Helps to control bad cholesterol in the body. Thus reducing the risk of heart disease. Eating more chickpeas will improve heart health.

Increasing brain development
Frequent consumption of chickpeas can increase brain function, muscle growth, nervous system and increase the body's metabolism.

Strengthens the nerve and liver

Chickpeas contain vitamin B9 and folate acid. Chickpeas can be eaten frequently to boost brain function, muscle growth, nervous system, and metabolism. Chickpeas have the ability to reduce the fat in the liver and keep the organs working smoothly.