Beneficial in diabetes due to low content of carbohydrates, thereby lowering blood suagar levels
Rich in folate, zinc,magnesium, vit-C & E, beta carotene and proteins
Beneficial for easy digestion process
Low in gluten
High amount of antioxidants could help in prevention of diseases
Benefits of Sprouted Green Gram:
Contains less calories but rich in antioxidants and amino acids
Prevents chronic diseases like diabetes, cardiac ailments, certain types of cancer etc due to the presence of high antioxidants
Antoxidant Vitexin and Isovitexin play a vital role in the prevention of heatstroke. Places, where dry heat is experienced in summer intake of green gram sprouts, could be of high benefit.
Could lower the LDL levels and protect the health of heart.
Rich in potassium, magnesium and fiber, hence it could aid in the digestion process
High nutrient content could help in lowering blood sugar levels
Could aid in weight loss by suppressing the hunger pangs
Presence of folate could be beneficial if you consume during the pregnancy
1/2 cup sprouted whole wheat
1/2 cup sprouted green gram
1/4 cup finely chopped cucumber
1/4 cupfinely chopped tomato
1/4 cup pomegranate
1/4 cup finely chopped onion
Lemon juice ( optional )
Black Salt to taste
Freshly ground pepper
Fresh coriander (optional)
Fresh mint leaves
Preparation of sprouted whole wheat and sprouted green gram:
1. Soak the whole wheat and green gram overnight, preferably overnight so that it is soaked for a minimum of 8 hours.
2. Then drain all the water & wrap it up in a wet cloth and preferably kept slightly exposed natural light, so that it could enhance the process of sprouting.
3. Check the sprout after 24 hours. If the cloth dries up, do moisten it to aid the sprouting and if you find small roots coming out, your sprouts are ready
Preparation of the salad:
1. Take a bowl, pour the sprouted wheat and sprouted green gram, chopped cucumber, onion, tomato, black salt, peanuts , lemon juice (optional ), pomegranate, freshly ground pepper.
2. You can dress up the salad with chopped fresh coriander and mint leaves on top if you wish.
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