Sahaja Groundnuts are organically grown, free from chemical pesticides and procured directly from our farmers. Add health to your life! Despite their name, peanuts are unrelated to tree nuts. As a legume, they’re related to beans, lentils, and soy.
Nutritional values - Groundnuts are healthy. They are an excellent plant-based source of protein and high in various vitamins, minerals, and plant compounds. They are an excellent source of vitamin-E, B-complex vitamins such as riboflavin, niacin, thiamin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B-6, and folates, minerals like copper, manganese, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, and selenium.
Health benefits - They can be useful as a part of a weight loss diet and may reduce your risk of both heart disease and gallstones. It gives relief to problems related to menstruation as it easies up the blood circulation. It contains fibre that overcomes acidity and constipation. Please avoid excessive consumption. Please avoid excessive consumption.
Cooking tips - For a rich flavour, dry roast them till they turn into a Golden-Brown colour. Jaggery and Groundnut is a good combination to eat. These are used to make desserts like Groundnut laddu or Groundnut Chikki or used as one of the ingredients in other desserts like Payasam/Kheer or in dry snacks like Boondi, breakfast dishes like Upma or Poha, etc. Peanut/Groundnut chutney is very famous in South India.More details
Sahaja Flax seeds (Linum usitatissimum) — also known as common flax or linseeds — are small oil seeds. They are naturally grown, without using any chemical pesticides and are procured directly from our farmers. Add health to your life!
Nutritional values - These are very high in fiber and provide good amounts of protein. They’re also rich in fat and one of the best plant-based sources of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. A good source of several vitamins and minerals needed for optimal health. These include thiamine (vitamin B1), copper, molybdenum, magnesium, and phosphorus. They are also high in several plant compounds, including p-Coumaric acid, ferulic acid, cyanogenic glycosides, phytosterols, and lignans.
Health benefits - They contain soluble fiber, which may promote weight loss by reducing hunger and decreasing cravings, help fight heart disease by lowering blood pressure, regulating blood cholesterol, and increasing your levels of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Grounded flax seeds are easy to digest that whole grains.
Extra points - Drink plenty of water after consuming them. For beginners - 1 to 2 tablespoons is advisable or consult your physician.
They contain plant compounds that may adversely affect some people and are not considered safe for high-dose consumption in early pregnancy.
Cooking tips - These can be eaten raw or dry roast them. You can make a dry powder out of the seeds and mix it in your milk or breakfast items like Upma, Dosa/Idli batter or Chapati dough.More details
Sahaja Sesame seeds are organically grown, with no chemical pesticides and procured directly from our farmers. Add health to your life! These seeds from the sesame plant have a nutty flavor. The husked ones are called white sesame and the un-husked are black.
Nutritional values - Sesame seeds contain many health benefiting compounds such as sesamol, sesaminol, furyl-methanethiol, guaiacol (2-methoxyphenol), and many more. Sesamol and sesaminol are phenolic antioxidants. They are excellent sources of B-complex vitamins such as niacin, folic acid, thiamin (vitamin B1), pyridoxine (vitamin B6), and riboflavin.
Health benefits - They may help decrease high cholesterol and triglycerides — which are risk factors for heart disease. They are a good source of protein that helps build everything from muscles to hormones, may help lower blood pressure, inflammation. Helps in metabolism and good cell functions. It will help in increasing the overall amount of antioxidant activity in your blood. Supports immune system, soothes Arthritis problem, helps support Thyroid health and aids hormone balance during Menopause.
Cooking tips - To enhance the flavour, dry roast them till they turn to Brown colour. Try adding sesame seeds to stir-fries, steamed broccoli, hot or cold cereal, granola and granola bars, bread and muffins, crackers, curd, smoothies, salads, salad dressing, hummus and garnishes.More details