Dalia Kapli/Emmerwheat: low in gluten/high in nutrition
In our current complex lifestyles, simple changes to our daily diet can bring miraculous health benefits. One such change can be by adding more coarse, fiber-rich food like Dalia to our meals.
Dalia may not be as popular as it was once, but its benefits have never been as essential. Here are some of its popular benefits and why it was once a go-to breakfast option:
While being low-fat, and low-calorie, Dalia is a storehouse of complex carbohydrates, that pumps your body with energy throughout the day. Not just that, it also contains iron that helps the body overcome fatigue, which makes it ideal for breakfast.
Dalia is excellent for weight management with a high fiber content, it can do wonders for your bowel by aiding digestion. High in fiber and rich in magnesium aids in lowering cholesterol levels, thus reducing the risk of heart disease. Also, having a low glycemic index helps regulate blood sugar and manage diabetes.
While Dalia may be a great breakfast option, we have also listed a few more ways in which you can enjoy Dalia throughout the day:
Breakfast: Porridge, Upma, Idli (even Pancakes)
Lunch: Salad, Pita, Pulao
Snacks: Tikki, Methi Muthia, Adai Dosa, Granola bars
Dinner: Khichdi, Paratha