Add Chickpeas in Your Diet

The rich in vitamins and minerals in chickpeas gives them great importance in the diet.

Experts say that is priceless when it comes to combating cholesterol, besides being a source of happiness as shown by a study in Israel.
This vegetable has iron, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, vitamin B, thiamine, niacin, riboflavin, retinol and folic acid.
It has great energy (370 kcal per kg)

They are so rich in protein as meat and almost as rich in carbohydrates such as cereals. They are poor in water and higher in fiber.
Its main component is carbohydrate, starchy (recommended for heavy physical exertion and diet for diabetics)
Its lipid content is greater than other legumes, highlighting the presence of oleic acid and linoleic acids, both unsaturated.

It provides lots of fiber, favoring the intestinal transit (anti-constipation) and reduces levels of blood cholesterol.
By low-sodium (salt) and fat are included in diets for hypertension (high blood pressure) and are diuretics.