Tripathi Products presents Sabja seeds. Sabja seeds, also called Tukmaria or basil seeds, are black seeds that look a lot like chia seeds and offer immense health benefits. They are native to India but different from the holy basil- also called Tulsi. Sabja seeds are rich in protein, essential fats, carbs, and are packed with fiber. Surprisingly, they contain no calories.
- Sabja seeds or Tukmaria or basil seeds
- Pure and Healthy Product
- Package Content: 100 Gram pouch
- Good Source of Minerals
- Packed with Fiber
- Flavorless Thickener and Stabilizer
- Rich in plant compounds, including flavonoids and other polyphenols.
- Fun and Fibrous Beverage Ingredient
- Plant Source of Omega-3 Fat
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A savoury, aromatic, and flavourful dessert is all you need to recharge yourself. Presenting the Tripathi Products Sabja seeds that has wonderful usage just 1 tablespoon (13 grams) of basil seeds is a good source of iron, calcium, and magnesium — which could help fill important shortfalls in your diet. Basil seeds contain soluble fiber, which may promote gut health, blood sugar control, healthy cholesterol levels, and appetite control. However, more research in these areas is needed. In the food industry, the pectin-rich gum from basil seeds can help thicken and stabilize food mixtures like salad dressings and ice cream. It can be used at home as well. Basil seeds have long been a popular ingredient in drinks in India and Southeast Asia. Now other parts of the world are also starting to sell bottled basil seed beverages, which are rich in healthy fiber. Just 1 tablespoon (13 grams) of basil seeds could supply most or all of your daily need for omega-3 fat.
Wonderful Usages of Sabja seeds
Let's get creative and use Sabja seeds in various ways. You can find recipes in our recipe section that include basil seeds. Their bland flavor blends easily in dishes. Smoothies, Milkshakes, Lemonade and other drinks, Soups, Salad dressings, Yogurt, Pudding, Hot cereal like oatmeal, Whole-grain pancakes, whole-grain pasta dishes, bread and muffins When using basil seeds in baked goods, you can grind them and use them to replace part of the flour rather than adding them soaked. Alternately, you can use soaked basil seeds to replace eggs in baked goods. Use 1 tablespoon (13 grams or 0.5 ounces) of basil seeds soaked in 3 tablespoons (1.5 ounces or 45 ml) of water to replace 1 egg.
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Basil seeds are high in fiber, particularly soluble fiber, including pectin. Here are some ways the fiber in basil seeds may benefit your health. Helps you meet your fiber quota. Just 1 tablespoon of basil seeds supplies 7 grams of fiber — 25% of the RDI. May support gut health. Test-tube studies suggest that pectin has prebiotic benefits, meaning it may nourish and increase beneficial gut bacteria. This may include anti-inflammatory bacteria that support gut health. May help you feel full. Pectin may delay stomach emptying and increase hormone levels that promote a sense of fullness. May aid blood sugar control. When people with type 2 diabetes ate 10 grams of basil seeds in water after each meal for a month, their post-meal blood sugar was 17% lower than at the start of the study please refer to the link. May improve cholesterol. Pectin may lower blood cholesterol by inhibiting cholesterol absorption in your gut. People who ate 30 grams (7 teaspoons) of basil seeds daily for one month may have an 8% drop in total cholesterol. please refer to the link
Store in cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight in a air tight container.