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Can i eat soaked chikpeas or should it be boiled always. What happens when we eat soaked chickpeas. Can we eat soaked moong?
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Hi Some of the benifits of having soaked chickpeas Packed With Nutrients. ... May Help Keep Your Appetite Under Control. ... Rich in Plant-Based Protein. ... May Help You Manage Your Weight. ... Support Blood Sugar Control. ... May Benefit Digestion.
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Soaked chickpeas has tremendous benefits. It keeps you up charged for the whole day. Controls many parameters in the body and adds to the protein requirement for the day. Moreover, it will fulfill your hunger and will provide proper nutrition. However, if you opt for sprouting chickpeas or moong, the nutritional profile will be more effective and digestibility will be more improved.
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Overconsumption might cause heaviness and bloating in some individuals.
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Soaked and boiled chick peas are good for Digetion. They contain proteins. It can be used as a side dish or make as apart of ur snack such as sundal/ chick pea bhel puri/ or as a filling in rolls
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