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Gram flour popularly known as Besan or chickpea flour is made from gram beans. It has many nutritional values as it is rich in proteins, carbohydrates and is gluten-free.Gram flour can be used as a natural facial mask to remove tan, exfoliate dead skin and reduce oiliness. In form of food, it helps in lowering cholesterol and weight, controlling diabetes and improving heart health, and is useful in regulating blood pressure.
Gram flour is a staple ingredient in the Indian subcontinent cuisine. It has numerous health and skin benefits. Nothing attracts except a beautiful radiant skin reflecting a good health. Women across the globe spend fortunes for getting a beautiful skin mostly using chemical cosmetics available in the market. Artificial chemicals are not only harmful but also ruin the skin texture with time.
But what if cosmetics are replaced with the natural ingredients from the kitchen cupboard, saving cash as well as natural skin. Gram flour being called ‘Besan’ in Indian households has all skin beautifying qualities. If used on a regular basis, you can achieve glowing and fair skin without using make-up. Gram flour made from roasted chickpeas is flavorful and is not as effective as the one made from raw chickpeas.
What are the uses of gram flour for skin?
Gram flour is used as a beauty ingredient to get radiant and flawless skin.
1- It removes tiny facial hair
2- Reduces oiliness in skin
3- Removes tan
4- Exfoliates dead skin cells
5- Gives instant fairness
Apart from being a beauty ingredient, Gram Flour has its own set of health benefits.First, all of us need to understand that nutrition in gram flour is similar to that of chickpeas. The reason behind this is the flour is made of only one ingredient i.e. ground chickpeas.
One can have higher doses of fiber and protein without gluten once they start using gram flour. Being a rich source of fiber, gram flour can, ease the digestive system and treat related disorders. It also helps in regularizing the blood sugar levels thus, aiding diabetes. The besan is also useful for heart health and help in losing extra kilograms.
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It is also studied that gram flour is rich in linoleic and oleic acidsThese acids are nutritionally essential unsaturated fatty acids. Besan is also a great source of vitamins such as niacin, riboflavin, folate and beta-carotene.
What are the health benefits of gram flour(Besan)?
Apart from only skin glow and radiance, gram flour has its own set of health benefits:
1- Controlling Diabetes: It is a great food for diabetics and the credit goes to its low glycemic index.
2- Helps in lowering the cholesterol level: Due to the presence of healthy unsaturated fats, it helps in lowering the body’s cholesterol level.
3- Improves heart health: Gram flour has high soluble fiber content which is beneficial for the heart.
4- Alternative to Gluten: Gram flour is a healthy alternative to gluten, as it doesn’t contain gluten. It is a substitute for wheat and other gluten containing grains for gluten allergic people.
5- Helps in getting rid of iron deficiency: Consumption of iron-rich besan daily can help the body to recover from iron deficiencies like anemia.
6- Rich in folate: It is useful for pregnant women as gram flour is rich in folate, a vitamin, which takes care of the foetus’ brain as well as spinal cord development. It ensures the health and well development of the baby.
7- Helpful during fatigue: It is a rich source of vitamin Thiamin, which helps the body in converting the food into energy.
8- Regulates appetite and mood: It also helps in regulating appetite and mood, as it is rich in vitamin B6. It is an important component, which is involved in the neurotransmitter serotonin (which regulates mood and appetite).
9- Regulates blood pressure: Besan’s magnesium content helps in maintaining the vascular health and also helps in regulating the blood pressure
10- Strengthen bones: The gram flour’s phosphorus when combines with body’s calcium helps in strengthening of the bones.
11- Helps in losing extra kilos: The presence of fiber and protein, which are key ingredients for losing pounds. Its high protein diet is more effective than a high-carb diet when it is about losing weight. Gram flour can be used instead of meat for boosting the fiber intake. Thus, it helps in reducing the saturated fats intake, which is harmful.
12- Helps in preventing colorectal cancer: Gram flour offers protection against colon cancer. It decreases the oxidation of DNA and proteins; inhibits the beta-catenin functioning, which is an important oncogenic (which causes tumors) protein in colon cancer.
13- Enhances the brain health: Gram flour contains magnesium. These legumes and flour made from it stocks the body with mineral. Besan enables brain cell receptors for accelerating the transmission of messages.
14- Improves the body immunity: Gram flour also helps in fighting allergies.Due to the presence of vitamin A and vitamin B6, it works great in strengthening and supporting the immune system. While legumes have zinc helpful in bolstering the body’s immune system.
What are the side effects of gram flour?
Being enriched with nutritious ingredients, benefits and uses, one cannot ignore its side effects.
1- Legume Allergy: Avoid gram flour if the person is sensitive to legumes.
2- Digestive problems: Some people might experience stomach cramps and intestinal gas after consuming besan. There are also chances of diarrhea and abdominal pain if consumed in excess.
So, do you want to know regarding other useful food items for your body especially during pregnancy? If yes, then you can read our blog on Best Foods for Pregnancy. Also, follow Elawoman blog to get regular updates on fertility health and treatments.
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