Poha vs Rice: Poha is the first choice of most people as a morning breakfast. Since many nutrients are present in it, it can fulfill the needs of every person. Whereas on the contrary, rice is not considered healthy in terms of health. Because it contains high amount of arsenic. According to a report published in Consumer Reports, excessive consumption of arsenic can cause skin, nervous system and lung problems.
There is no fat and sugar in raw poha. Even after adding vegetables and frying it, there is no change in its nutritional value. Yes, but the right oil must be used while making it. Dietician Mac Singh told in one of his Facebook posts that compared to rice and poha, poha is a healthier choice. Let’s know why?
Poha is rich in fiber. 100 grams of Poha contains 2 to 4 grams of fiber. While 100 grams of poha contains about 70 grams of healthy carbohydrates. It is not polished like rice. Blood sugar level can also be controlled by eating Poha.
Good source of iron
Since poha is rich in iron, people suffering from anemia must include it in their food diet. Because it can remove the lack of blood in the body. If you add a little lemon juice to the poha, it will make it easier to absorb iron.
Easy to digest
Poha is very healthy for the stomach. There is no difficulty in digesting it. It is also low in calories, so people who are trying to lose weight can eat poha.
Rich in vitamins and minerals
Poha includes many vegetables including onions, garlic, tomatoes and chillies. This is the reason that by eating them you can get many nutrients at once. Vegetables like green chillies and lemon can remove the deficiency of Vitamin C in the body.
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