Small green pods grown in winter months, green peas are sweet fruits where each pod contains a number of peas. Though botanically a fruit, it is commonly used as a vegetable. Boiling or steaming makes them sweeter.
This dish made with green peas and coconut is high on fibre and protein making it an ideal vegetable to enjoy in this winter season. The huge amount of fibre content in green peas is beneficial in lowering total cholesterol and have a positive effect on overall health.Continue Reading
Cooked peas have more minerals than raw peas. A cup of cooked peas has 2.5 milligrams of iron, 62 milligrams of magnesium and 187 milligrams of phosphorus, compared to raw peas' 2 milligrams of iron, 48 milligrams of magnesium and 157 milligrams of phosphorus.Continue Reading
Green Peas are one of the most nutritious leguminous vegetables rich in health promoting phytonutrients, minerals, vitamins and antioxidants. Fresh, tender peas are relatively low in calories, 100 g of green peas carry just 81 calories and no cholesterol.Continue Reading
Corn is packed with high nutrients which are useful for a human body in many ways. It ensures idyllic functioning of several internal systems such as cell generation and prevents constipation and various other digestive problems. It is a boon for diabetic people. This nutrient packed starchy snack is low in total fat and has no saturated fat, sodium or cholesterol. It is high in vitamin C and a good source of fiber.Continue Reading
Peas are rich in vitamin C, which makes it one of the best immunity building foods.The bite-sized peas can help you shed some quick pounds too. Peas are low in fat and also immensely low on calories as compared to heavier legumes. 100 grams of peas contains only 81 calories.Continue Reading