Health Benifits Of the Ingredients used in Daily Laddus
Jaggery, or gur as it is known in Hindi, was invented in India and has been an important part of the Indian diet ever since. In the absence of refined sugar, jaggery was a delicacy that was cherished and valued very highly.
India produces many types of jaggery, extracted from sugarcane and different kinds of palms, and made in
Daily Laddus are made of using pure organic jaggery made of Sugar Cane.
Ghee is a clarified form of butter, produced from pure cow’s milk, with excellent health benefits and nutritional values that older generations understood and valued. It consists of fat-soluble vitamins, vitamin A and omega-3 fatty acids. Producing ghee includes simmering the butter, which gives it a nutty-tasting and aromatic smell.
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Finger millet originated in Africa and has been cultivated for many thousands of years in Uganda and Ethiopia. In India, the crop was probably introduced 4000 years ago, and has been found in archaeological excavations in the Harappan Civilization.
Whole grains are part of a healthy diet and brown rice is among one of the healthiest grains.
Organic brown rice flour is high in protein and vitamins (note that flour from brown rice contains a higher level of B vitamins). The primary difference between brown and white
rice is the husk. During milling, the removal of the husk produces white rice.
However, the husk of brown rice is left intact, making it more nutritious and a good selection when considering fiber, vitamins and nutrients such as calcium and
Omega Rich Flaxseeds.
Omega3 rich Flax seeds are grown from the beginning of civilization.
If you are a vegetarian or don't eat fish, flax seeds can be your best source of plant-based omega-3 fats.
Calcium Rich Sesame Seed (THIL)
Calcium rich Sesame seeds have many potential health benefits and have been used in folk medicine for thousands of years.
Sesame seeds give a nutty flavor and subtle crunch to Laddus. Sesame seeds are a good source of healthy fats, protein, B vitamins, minerals, fiber, antioxidants, and
other beneficial plant compounds.
Millet is a small, round whole grain grown in India, Nigeria, and other Asian and African countries. Considered an ancient grain. Like most cereals, millet is a starchy grain — meaning that it’s rich in carbs. Notably, it also packs several vitamins and minerals.
Millet provides more essential amino acids than most other cereals. These compounds are the building blocks of protein.
Delicious, crunchy, and nutty peanuts are one of the popular oilseeds known to humankind since centuries. The kernels enriched with many noteworthy health-benefiting nutrients essential for optimum health and wellness.
They are actually legumes but carry almost all the qualities of other popular edible nuts such as pistachio, almonds, etc.
Only Black Sesame Laddus made by DAILY LADDUS carry the groundnuts as one of the ingredients.
Health benefits of dry coconut as well as its taste have made it popular in many parts of the world. The controversy of coconut being rich in tans-fat has nothing to do with dry coconut because it contains no tans-fat and cholesterol.
Yellow Moong Dal
Yellow Split Gram or Yellow moong dal refers to moong beans that have been skinned and split, so that they are flat, yellow and qyick-cooking. They are relatively easy to digest as well.
Gond (Acacia gum)
Acacia gum is the dried sap of the acacia tree which is known as babul tree (kikar) in hindi.
It is known as dink in marathi or gond or gaund in hindi. Daily Laddu’s gond laddu is made of using acacia gum along with other ingredients.