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Chana Dal

Chana Dal

Product Details

Cultivation Type Organic
Shelf Life 6months
Color Yellow
Packaging Gunny Bag, Plastic Packet
Texture Hard
Drying Process Sun Dry
Features Healthy To Eat, Nutritious
Packaging size 10kg, 1kg

North, south, east or west, almost every kitchen is India has a stock of Chana dal. This dal is the main ingredient in several dishes like Vada and also needed in preparations of some masalas. In several parts of the country, it is used to make sweet dishes as well. This dal is super yummy and healthy dal that one can ever think of. Apart from rich protein content, the chana dal is also like the other significant pulses that are used every day. At Shrikripa, you will get good quality dal that is healthy and beneficial. Here are some other benefits of Chana dal from Shrikripa.

It Provides You Energy

This dal from Shrikripa is rich in B-complex vitamins like B1, B2, B3, and B9. These vitamins play a very important role in glucose metabolism. It helps in extracting energy from the food that you eat and converts it into ATP. This is a biochemical which stores energy. Buy organic Chana Dal Online and have it daily. You will be amazed to see the changes in your body and metabolism.

Excellent For Vegetarians

Not just vegetarians but also non-vegetarians get rich protein content in this Dal. Protein is a macronutrient which is greatly needed in the body. This helps in the formation of new cells and makes your bones strong. It also manages the wear and tear in the body fells and manages the level of Haemoglobin.

Therefore as we can see this Dal has several benefits. Apart from the ones mentioned above, there are other such benefits as well. To know them in details you should buy it from us and consume it daily to see changes in your body. Shrikripa is the best Chana Dal Exporter Supplier in Narsinghpur India. Therefore, choose us and get on-time delivery.

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