KNOW YOUR LADDU
(POST PREGNANCY LADDU)
Mung bean: –
• Mung beans are high in important vitamins, minerals, protein and fiber. Sprouted mung beans contain fewer calories but have more antioxidants and amino acids.
• Mung beans are a good source of antioxidants, which may reduce your risk of chronic diseases.
• Mung beans are a good source of potassium, magnesium and fiber, which have been linked to lower blood pressure levels in adults with and without high blood pressure.
• Mung beans are high in fiber and protein, which can help curb hunger by lowering levels of hunger hormones, such as ghrelin, and raising fullness hormones, such as peptide YY, GLP-1 and cholecystokinin.
Pearl millet: –
• Like most millets, bajra is a nutrient-dense source of protein, carbs, vitamins, minerals, and beneficial plant chemicals.
• Some of the potential health benefits associated with regularly eating bajra are weight loss, improved diabetes management, and a higher intake of nutrients that support healthy hair, nails, and skin.
• The gluten-free grain is low in calories but packed with healthy nutrients that may contribute to weight loss, improved blood sugar levels, and other health benefits.
• Soyabean is high in fiber, high in protein, low in saturated fat, cholesterol free, lactose free, good source of omega-3 fatty acids, a source of antioxidants, high in phytoestrogens.
• Soybeans are a good source of several vitamins and minerals, including vitamin K1, folate, copper, manganese, phosphorus, and thiamine.
• Soybeans contain plant compounds that may help prevent breast and prostate cancer. What’s more, these legumes may relieve menopause symptoms and cut the risk of osteoporosis in postmenopausal women.
• Fenugreek seeds have a healthy nutritional profile, containing a good amount of fiber and minerals, including iron and magnesium.
• Research suggests that fenugreek may increase breastmilk production and the rate of weight gain in newborn babies.
• Evidence supports fenugreek’s role in blood sugar control and the treatment of type 1 and 2 diabetes.
• Although more research is needed, initial results postulate that fenugreek has several other health benefits.
Flax seed: –
• Flax seeds are good sources of many nutrients. Their health benefits are mainly due to their content of omega-3 fats, lignans and fiber.
• Flax seeds are a rich source of the omega-3 fatty acid ALA. Plant-based ALA fatty acids are proven to have heart health benefits and are linked to a lower risk of stroke.
• Flax seeds contain a group of nutrients called lignans, which have powerful antioxidant and estrogen properties. They may help in preventing breast and prostate cancer, as well as other types of cancer.
• With so much fiber packed in each tiny seed, adding flax seeds to your diet promotes regular bowel movements and can improve your digestive health.
• Flax seeds are a good source of plant-based protein and can be an alternative protein source for people who do not eat meat.
Cress Seed: –
• Cress seeds are heaped with nutrients including iron, folate, Vitamin C, A, E, fiber and protein and include these in your daily diet to enjoy a broad spectrum of health benefits.
• Garden Cress seeds is a natural way to normalize the irregular menstrual cycle. The phytochemicals in Garden Cress seeds are very similar to the estrogen hormone that helps in regularizing the cycle.
• Garden Cress seeds are abundant in essential fats linolenic acids and arachidonic fatty acids and this combination of good fats functions as an excellent memory-booster.
• Breast milk is extremely beneficial towards the young ones since it is ideal for their nourishment and strengthening of their immune system. Enriched with high amounts of protein and iron, garden cress seeds portray potent galactagogue property. This is quintessential for lactating women as it boosts the secretion of milk from the mammary glands. Hence, breast-feeding mothers are encouraged to include food containing garden cress seeds to enhance milk production.
• The excellent anti-glycemic nature of these tiny seeds holds high significance in alleviating the blood sugar levels of the body.
Sesame seed: –
• Sesame seeds are a good source of several nutrients that are important for immune system function, including zinc, selenium, copper, iron, vitamin B6, and vitamin E.
• Sesame, a compound in sesame seeds, may help reduce joint pain and support mobility in arthritis of the knee.
• Sesame seeds are good sources of nutrients — such as selenium, iron, copper, zinc, and vitamin B6 — that support thyroid health.
• A 3-tablespoon (30-gram) serving of sesame seeds supplies 12% of the RDI for fiber, which is vital for your digestive health.
• Sesame seeds may help reduce heart disease risk factors, including elevated triglyceride and “bad” LDL cholesterol levels.
• Sesame seeds — particularly hulled ones — are a good source of protein, which is a necessary building block for your body.
• Sesame seeds are high in magnesium, which may help lower blood pressure. Additionally, their antioxidants may help prevent plaque buildup.
Poppy seed: –
• Poppy seeds are rich in fiber, healthy fats, and several micronutrients. In particular, they’re an excellent source of manganese.
Edible gum: –
• Pregnant and lactating mothers as well as those recovering from some illness are also recommended to consume gondh ladoos for speedy recovery and optimum nutrition.
• The gum is traditionally been used in remedies to tackle ailments like diarrhoea, cough and congestion.
• great for boosting immunity, stamina and health.
• beneficial for people with a weak nervous system, anxiety and depression, piles and low vitamin D levels.
Dried ginger: –
• Traditionally, dry ginger has also been used for relief for various aches and pains, including menstrual pain. A study of 150 women showed considerable improvement in menstrual pans when the subjects consumed one gram of dry ginger powder per day, during the first three days of their cycles.
• Dry ginger is also effective in abating the symptoms of nausea and morning sickness in pregnant women.
• Walnuts are an excellent source of antioxidants that can help fight oxidative damage in your body, including damage due to “bad” LDL cholesterol, which promotes atherosclerosis.
• Walnuts are a good source of the plant form of omega-3 fat, which may help reduce heart disease risk.
• Walnuts contain nutrients that may help protect your brain from damaging inflammation and support good brain function as you age.
• Almonds are high in antioxidants that can protect your cells from oxidative damage, a major contributor to aging and disease.
• Almonds are among the world’s best sources of vitamin E. Getting plenty of vitamin E from foods is linked to numerous health benefits.
• Almonds are extremely high in magnesium, a mineral that many people don’t get enough of. High magnesium intake may offer major improvements for metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes.
• Low magnesium levels are strongly linked to high blood pressure, indicating that almonds can help control blood pressure.
• Cashews are low in sugar and rich in fiber, heart-healthy fats, and plant protein. They’re also a good source of copper, magnesium, and manganese — nutrients important for energy production, brain health, immunity, and bone health.
Dried dates: –
• Dates could do wonders for your bone health too. Yes, you heard us. Dates are rich in selenium, manganese, copper, and magnesium, and all of these are required when it comes to keeping our bones healthy, and preventing conditions such as osteoporosis. Dates contain vitamins such as B1, B2, B3 and B5, as well as A1 and C.
• Date are loaded with potassium, and yet contain little sodium, and that goes a long way in keeping your nervous system in order. The potassium helps to reduce cholesterol, and keeps the risk of a stroke in check
• Dates are a strong source for proteins that help us in staying fit, and even keep our muscles strong.
Black raisins: –
• Research shows that raisins can lower your risk of heart disease by reducing blood pressure and blood sugar. The fiber in raisins works to lower your LDL (bad) cholesterol, which reduces strain on your heart.
• Raisins are also a good source of potassium. Studies have found that low potassium levels contribute to high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke. The amount of potassium our bodies need increases if our sodium intake is high, which is common for many people’s diets today. As a low-sodium food, raisins are a great way to ensure you’re getting enough potassium.
• Raisins are a good source of soluble fiber, which aids our digestion and reduces stomach issues.
• Some common health claims include improved digestive health, anemia prevention, liver detoxification and improved immune function.
• Jaggery contains around 11 mg of iron per 100 grams, or about 61% of the RDI, for people with low iron intake, jaggery could contribute a small amount of iron — especially when replacing white sugar
• Cardamom may help lower blood pressure, most likely due to its antioxidant and diuretic properties.
• Nutmeg is rich in antioxidants, including phenolic compounds, essential oils, and plant pigments, all of which help prevent cellular damage and may protect against chronic diseases.
• Test-tube studies show that nutmeg has antibacterial effects against potentially harmful bacteria, including E. coli and Streptococcus mutans.
Vegan Ghee: –
• Zero Cholesterol, Low in Saturated Fats, Low in Trans Fats, Rich in MUFA (healthy fats that can help with weight loss and reduce risk of heart disease).
• Rich in PUFA (healthy fats that can help with reducing blood pressure and improve vascular functioning).
• Rich in Vitamin A & D, Presence of Omega 3 & 6.
• EMKAY LITE VEGAN GHEE is made of three simple ingredients: Sunflower Oil, Sesame Oil and Vegetable Fats, with every spoonful of our Vegan Ghee, we ensure a top-quality product that is delicious, 100% natural and packed with high nutrition for good health.
• One Laddu each day may complete your daily required nutrition up to 25% to 50%.
• Each Laddu weight is 50Gm.
• We don’t use sugar in any of our Laddu.
• We don’t buy flour or gives ingredients to others to make flour, we have our own flour mill machine. And that give our customer guarantee of pure Laddu.
• If you are vegan please don’t miss to select vegan ghee, because other than ghee other all ingredients are plant-based vegan.
• We have tried many ways adding dry fruit in our laddu and tasted, best taste our customer gets when dry fruits milled with all other ingredient and also, we want to make Laddu for all Age group. Because of this reason you will not get dry fruit chunks in our Laddu. (it’s all get floured with other ingredients).
• Our Laddu doesn’t contain any preservative, additive & artificial flavors.
• All our Laddu contains Nut product.
• Other than above listed ingredients we didn’t add single gram of any other ingredients in our Laddu.
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