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Indian Name : Moong
English Name : Green Gram
It is good for fever and has a rich source of protein approx 25%.. When Moong beans are allowed to sprout, ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) is Synthesised. The amount of Riboflavin and Thiamine are also increased.
 
Indian Name : Arhar / Tuhar
English Name : Pigeon Pea
It is a rich source of iron & iodine. It is anti-inflamatory.
 
Indian Name : Masoor
English Name : Red Lentils
Red Lentils also known as Masoor is highly nutritious and is warming for the body. A preparation of masoor dal cooked without its coat is very rich. According the Ayoieveda,massor possesses the following properties, Pooshtik (Nutritions), Ushan (Hot), Jwahar (Fever). It is very beneficial when applied enternally to the skin (as a face pack) and a paste of it can also be used on non-heating wounds.
 
Indian Name : Urad
English Name : Black Lentil
Urad is highly nutritious and is warming for the body It contains 24% Protein, 60% Carbohydrates, 1.3 Fat & more of Phosphoric acid.
 
Indian Name : Rajma- Chitkabra, Brown & Red
English Name : Kidney Beans
High in protein,and also warming for the body.
 
Indian Name : Kabli Chana
English Name : Chickpea
It is a good sasce of protein chana. Contains 21.1% Protein, 61.5% Carbohydrates, 4.5% Fat. It is also rich in Calcium, Iron & Niacin.
 
Indian Name : Lobia
English Name : Cowpea
Being rich in protein and containing many other nutrients. It is known as vegetable meat. Its grains contains 23.4% Protein, 1.8% Fat & 60.3% Carbohydrates. It is also rich source of Calcium & Iron.
 
Indian Name : Soyabean
English Name : Not Found...
It possesses a very high nitritional value, about 20% Oil, 40% Protein. Soyabean Protein is rich in the valuable amino acids. In addition it contains a good amount of mineras, salts, thiamine & riboflavin. Soyabean is richest, cheapest and easiesd source of best quality proteins & fats.
 
Indian Name : Kala Chana / Chana Dal
English Name : Black Gram
Chana Dal is also known as Bengal Gram, is the most widely grown dal in India. Its pale yellow colour has a sweet, nutty aroma. Chana Dal has a very high nutritious value. It is praised by diabetics for its incredibly low index on the glycemic index (The glycemic index measures the effect of foods on blood sugar levels). Bengal Gram is often stewed with vegetables, especially bitter gourds and squashes.
 
Indian Name : Matar
English Name : Peas
The ideal nutritive value of peas is 11% Moisture, 22.5% Protein, 1.8% Fat, 62.1% Carbohydrates & also Calcium, Iron, Riboflavin, Thiamin, Niacin.