Angur Chana Dal
Angur Chana Dal Available in 500gm packs.
Angur is proud to present the finest quality Chana Dal that has its nutritional value intact. Angur Chana dal is a rich source of dietary fibres and contains very less amount of polyunsaturated fats. Produced in the fertile land of Gujarat, Angur’s Chana Dal is completely mechanically processed. Zero human intervention in the process ensures each grain is free from contamination. Our state-of-the-art machinery helps in providing fool-proof packaging that not only keeps the lentils fresh for a longer time, but also ensures no moisture enters the packets – all this without compromising on the nutritional value of the lentil.
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Angur’s Chana Dal
Chana dal or Bengal gram is a staple in almost every Indian household. It is used to prepare dals, dry sides dishes and even sweet and savoury items. Studies have claimed that including chana dal in the regular diet has many health benefits.
Builds Strong Muscles
According to research, chana dal has 13gm of protein in every 100gm serving – and what could be better than protein in building strong muscles. If you want strong muscles, regularly consume chana dal. Simple!
One of the most important benefits of chana dal is that it’s folic acid is rich in folates. According to a study by National Institutes of Health, folate is essential in the prevention of diseases like stroke, depression, dementia, among others.
Helps in Weight Loss
Rich in fibre, chana dal is excellent for weight loss. Chana dal is also known to increase the feeling of satiety, which helps one avoid eating more. When you get satiated faster, you consume fewer calories.
Chana dal is a saving grace for those who do not like milk or are lactose intolerant. Chana is rich in calcium and its adequate intake can also help improve bone density.
Maintains Blood Sugar
Chana dal has a lower glycemic index which makes it especially good for type 2 diabetics. Besides, about 11% of chana dal is made up of fibre. Studies have found that that increasing fibre intake can help in lowering blood sugar.
500g, 1kg, 5kg, 25kg