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You will have often heard them called ‘legumes’. Pulses are essentially legumes’ seeds from plants that have pods. Dry peas and beans, dal, lentils, green grams chickpeas, soy grams and so on come under this category; however, do not include green peas and green beans, they are not pulses.
Containing complex carbohydrates and a wealth of fiber content with very little fat, pulses are a health-punch just waiting to land on all the negative influences in your system. People with diabetes, obesity, and cholesterol problems, not to forget those prone to constipation or experiencing celiac disease, benefit greatly from pulses.
One of the most important things for you to remember when enjoying a diet rich in pulses is to drink plenty of water. The two go hand in hand and provide outstanding levels of health.
You cannot eat all the pulses you want, whenever you want to. You can of course consume them everyday, but remember that all things have to be taken in moderation.
A single serving of pulses should ideally be a 3/4 cup (175 ml); this is about the same size as a tennis ball.
Exploring More Health Benefits of Pulses
There is so much that these itty-bitty seeds bring to your diet and overall health that you will be – no offence intended – a fool to overlook them. Let us cover some more pulsy goodness.
Protein, folate, fiber, potassium, low fat and extremely low sugar content all add to the magnificence of pulses and their health boosting potential. Not only have they proven to work in the lives of people with celiac disease, diabetes, and heart conditions, they also bring a tight dose of power to healthy individuals looking to eat right to complement exercise routines.
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