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How to use Suji for Weight Loss

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Semolina is a coarse powder made up of durum of wheat or rice, of which rice suji is considered for its high carbohydrate and energy value.

Rice suji is consistently used as a breakfast-making item which majorly includes dosas, idlis and other items. However, suji is not just limited to being a breakfast staple, but is also an important variable in desserts such as suji halwa, rice suji kheer, sheer kurma, to name a few. Suji is also a great option if you're planning to go on a diet as it aids in weight loss due to its low on fat content.

Suji is highly nutritive and contains the below mentioned benefits:

Energy Boost

Packed with carbohydrates and energy, it is an energy booster for starting the day and also for floating through the day with energy.

Rich in Iron

Semolina is rich in iron and can help you prevent its deficiency. Consuming iron-rich foods help in improving blood circulation as well.

Maintain the Health of the Nervous System

Semolina may also help in maintaining a healthy nervous system. It is because of the presence of magnesium, zinc and phosphorus.

Contains NO Cholesterol

Semolina contains zero cholesterol, making it a for perfect diet-friendly food item.

Improves Immune System

It contains vitamin B-complex which improves your immune system and supports your metabolism.

Good for Heart

Semolina is very good for your heart health as it contains selenium and it also prevents you from cardiovascular diseases.

Antioxidants

As semolina contains selenium which works as a great antioxidant, it prevents harmful oxidation of your cell membranes and DNA which otherwise can be harmful, which can cause numbers of diseases.

Good for Anemia

Anemia occurs when your red blood cell count is below the amount of your body’s actual need. Semolina helps to increase your red blood cells by supplying iron.

Good for Bowel Movement

It improves your digestive system as it contains fibres, which aids in easing your bowel movement and passage.

Prevents High Cholesterol

As semolina is very low in fat and cholesterol and does not contain saturated fats, it keeps cholesterol at bay.

Good for Kidneys

Semolina is a good source of potassium, making it good for your kidney functions.



 26/03/2019  priyanka

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