To control blood sugar, consume moong dal daily like this

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-22 21:00:37 IST

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Moong dal is nothing less than a boon for health. It is consumed in all parts of the country. Doctors recommend eating sprouts daily to stay healthy. Fiber protein flavonoids in moong are phenolic acids organic acids amino acids carbohydrates and lipids.

The role of diet is important in the treatment of diabetes. According to experts, diabetes patients should consume carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins and minerals to stay fit. However, the diet plan should be according to height, weight, age, physical exertion and diabetes status. If you are also a diabetic patient and want to control blood sugar, then include moong in your diet. Many research has revealed that consumption of moong dal can control sugar.

Moong dal is nothing less than a boon for health. It is consumed in all parts of the country. Doctors recommend eating sprouts daily to stay healthy. Moong contains fiber, protein flavonoids, phenolic acids, organic acids, amino acids, carbohydrates and lipids, which are beneficial in many diseases. Its intake provides relief in diabetes, obesity and high blood pressure.

Moong dal has a very low glycemic index. According to the diet chart, moong dal has a 38 glycemic index. Glycemic index is the process of measuring how much time carbohydrates make glucose. Moong dal plays an important role in controlling sugar.

Diabetes patients can consume moong dal and sprout to control blood sugar. For this, ragi roti and dal would be best. There is only 0.6 gram of sugar in 100 grams of Marua flour. Also, the amount of fat in it is extremely low. It is effective for diabetic patients due to delayed digestion. Whereas sugar is controlled by this.

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