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Black raisins (with seed)

 250.00 450.00
Nothing but dried seeded grapes. Made from indigenous Black Grapes native to kashmir and comes with seeds. Sundried to keep the phytonutrients intact, these raisins are a natural, nutritious health snack for kids and adults alike.   Raisins are a great source of energy. Raisins are charged with natural sugars like Glucose and Fructose. Raisins have an impressive nutrient profile of vitamins such as Vitamin C and Vitamin K; and Minerals such as Calcium, Iron, Copper, Manganese, Magnesium, Zinc, Phosphorous, and Selenium.   Seeded raisins help in curbing the bad effects of LDL or Low Density Lipoproteins in our body. Raisins are a good source of calcium that forms an important constituent in our bones. Therefore, people suffering from osteoporosis can vastly benefit from eating raisins with seeds.   Nutritional Information :  Approx per 100g Energy : 299 KCal Protein : 3.07g Carbohydrate : 79.18g
  • of which sugar : 59.19g
Total Fat : 0.46g Dietary Fiber : 3.70g Cholesterol : 0 mg
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White pepper powder

White pepper (Piper nigrum) is a flowering vine in the family Piperaceae. Black and white peppercorns are both the fruit of the pepper plant, but they are processed differently. To learn more, watch this video on the 7 Health Benefits Of White Pepper.
White pepper (Piper nigrum) is a flowering vine in the family Piperaceae. Black and white peppercorns are both the fruit of the pepper plant, but they are processed differently. Black peppercorns are picked when almost ripe and sun-dried, turning the outer layer black. White pepper is prepared by having the outer layer removed before or after drying, leaving only the inner seed. Peppercorns are widely believed to the most commonly used culinary spice in the world. It has been used throughout history in herbal medicine and to preserve food.   Health Benefits of white pepper : 1.     White pepper may help fight cancer. 2.     White pepper may aid in digestion. 3.     White pepper can assist in the antioxidant defense. 4.     White pepper may improve dental health. 5.     White pepper may help skin conditions. 6.     White pepper may help with weight loss. 7.     White pepper is helpful for improving bone health.   White pepper contains minerals, such as manganese, copper, and magnesium, which are essential for healthy bone development and strength, particularly as people begin to age, and their bones gradually weaken.
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Poha (aromatic)

Poha is farmer sourced from the affluent state of Bihar where a group of farmers practice Regenerative Agriculture. Beaten round, unpolished, aromatic, native and indigenous variety of rice grown using natural farming principles in Ramgharwa Village of Bihar.
  • Made from best quality indigenous rice
  • Flattened rice, which is easily digestible
  • Used to prepare snacks or light and easy fast food by adding vegetables, spices and nuts
  • No cholesterol and trans fat
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Sattu flour (stone ground)

Flaxseeds are farmer sourced from the affluent state of Bihar where a group of farmers practice Regenerative Agriculture. Sattu flour is made from indigenous variety Bengal Gram/Chana. The chana is smaller in size when compared to other market varieties. Indigenous Bengal gram is slightly roasted. It is then broken into pieces. The Chana is powdered by slow grinding using a stone grinder. This Atta is extremely nutritious and also has cooling properties. Sattu is a great source of insoluble fiber, protein, iron, calcium, magnesium and manganese. Using Sattu flour :
  • Sattu powder mixed in buttermilk or water.
  • Add to your thali peeth/theplas/parathas.
Sattu is used to make dough balls called "litti" and is part of the famous dish in Bihar called "Litti Chokha".
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Mushq budij aromatic rice


Mushk Budji Rice is short bold aromatic rice grown in higher regions of Kashmir valley.

The cooked rice is unique and possesses harmonious blend of taste, aroma and rich organoleptic properties. It is mainly is grown in areas of Sagam, Panzgam and Soaf Shali of district Anantnag and Beerwah belt of district Budgam.

The consumption of aromatic rices in Kashmir has now been limited to special occasions, marriages and festivals.

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 350.00  300.00
Over 3,000 years ago, shilajit was mentioned in ancient Sanskrit texts. Known as “conqueror of mountains and destroyer of weakness,” it has been one of the staples of traditional medicine (and an aphrodisiac) in a variety of Asian countries for thousands of years. Vaidya Charak, a famous ancient Indian in the first century A.D., is quoted as saying, “There is hardly any curable disease which cannot be controlled or cured with the aid of shilajit.”  

1. Provides Energy and Revitalization

For millennia, practitioners of Ayurvedic medicine have prescribed shilajit to boost energy and revitalize the body. Because of the level of importance these natural doctors put on this supplement, the body of confirmed scientific research on it is growing steadily.   One way shilajit helps provide the body with energy is the way it increases the function of mitochondria within the body. Mitochondria are organelles that serve as the “power source” of cells in the body because they convert oxygen and nutrients into adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the substance that actually powers body cells. Shilajit encourages the function of mitochondria, helping them oxygenate more efficiently. Not only does it help mitochondrial function on its own, but it’s been found to create a powerful effect on mitochondrial oxygenation when combined with supplemented CoQ10, an antioxidant naturally found in all human cells.   As this substance helps increase the production of ATP, it increases overall energy and stamina. In fact, it’s commonly used to enhance athletic performance.  Chronic fatigue syndrome, a disorder classified by at least six months of inescapable fatigue, has been successfully treated with shilajit supplementation, also evidenced by the way it enhances mitochondrial function. In addition to mitochondrial efficacy, this herb revitalizes the body with its strong antioxidant properties. By fighting disease-causing free radicals, it repairs internal damage to the body caused by chemicals and other dangerous agents you’re exposed to, and it reduces the levels of fat in the blood.

2. Promotes Brain Health

Shilajit seems to have a targeted mechanism for protecting brain cells in particular. Initial studies show it has “distinct and marked neuroprotective activity.” In a 2013 study conducted by the Physiology Research Center at the Kerman University of Medical Sciences in Iran on the effects of shilajit on risk factors following a traumatic brain injury, researchers discovered that it has positive effects on the three most indicative factors of death following traumatic brain injury: brain edema, blood-brain barrier permeability and intracranial pressure.   This incredible nutrient may also present a novel treatment option for patients suffering from mild cases of Alzheimer’s disease. The presence of fulvic acid and a treatment protocol including administration with B complex vitamins have shown promising results in pilot studies.   In addition, shilajit exhibits anti-epileptic properties and potentially antipsychotic effects, as it adjusts GABA levels (a naturally occurring acid in the brain) to normal.

3. Regulates Hormones and Immune System

Another important function of shilajit is the way it regulates various body systems, such as your immune system and the balance of hormones. Many researchers agree that it impacts so much of the body because of the way it helps these systems remain in equilibrium.   In particular, shilajit affects reproductive hormone functions. In healthy males, supplementation increases blood testosterone and encourages the production of sperm. When tested in pilot studies involving rats, it was also associated with ovulation in adult female rats, indicating that shilajit powder or resin may be an agent to consider for those struggling with infertility.

4. Alleviates Pain Response

Ayurvedic medicine has long praised shilajit for its ability to reduce pain levels, but research has been limited until the last few years. Because of its interaction with GABA levels in the brain, this herb has a significant effect on orofacial pain (pain of the face, mouth or jaws), acting as a “sedating agent.” A 2015 study on mice found it to relieve and lessen chronic pain over the course of time, dependent on the size of the dose.   One feature that I’ll discuss more in depth in a moment is its interaction with medications. Regarding pain, shilajit interacts positively with morphine, minimizing the buildup of tolerance to morphine and, therefore, reducing the amount of this medication that one in serious pain would need to introduce into his or her system for effective pain relief.

5. May Help Manage Diabetes

Those with diabetes may be interested to know that shilajit can help reduce blood glucose and lipid profiles in diabetes patients, especially when taken in conjunction with diabetes medications.   Shilajit is a main ingredient in a supplement known as D-400, Diabecon or GlucoCare. This supplement is designed to combine the most powerful Ayurvedic natural treatments into one pill. D-400 reduces blood glucose levels and shows potential to repair damage to the pancreas caused by diabetes.

6. Helps Prevent and Protect from Cancer

Fascinatingly, shilajit has been found to be toxic to various of types of cancers, including lung, breast, colon, ovarian and liver cancer. Some researchers attribute its toxicity to these cancer to the presence and combination of heavy metals in the substance, making it a potential natural cancer treatment.   Also related to cancer is the ability shilajit has to protect certain body systems from dangerous radiation damage. A June 2016 study published in the Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics found that it greatly protected ovaries from radiation-related damage.

7. Fights Inflammation and Viruses

As part of a diet designed to fight disease-causing inflammation, you may want to consider using shilajit. Research finds that it’s effective in healing and preventing gastric ulcers and reducing the inflammation related to them.   Not only does it help alleviate inflammation, but it has “broad, yet specific” antiviral properties. One Italian lab study found significant antiviral activity against a number of herpes-related viruses and HRSV, a virus that causes respiratory tract infections, especially in children.

8. Supports Skeletal Health

Shilajit may even improve the health of your skeletal system. There is initial evidence that it helps bones regenerate, protecting from and slowing the process of osteoporosis. In a study of obese patients published in the Journal of Medicinal Food, supplementation greatly improved the function and regeneration of skeletal muscles.   9. Good for the Heart and Blood By exercising its antioxidant “muscles,” shilajit has been shown to protect the heart against damage resulting from drug-induced injury. A study published in Cardiovascular Toxicology performed on rats found that subjects given shilajit had less lasting damage visible on the heart.   The herb is also effective in treating anemia because of the high presence of iron found in one dose.   Preliminary research also indicates that shilajit can help, in certain doses, regulate heart rate. In smaller doses, it may lower a speeding heart rate. However, in large doses, it may have the opposite effect. If you have issues with irregular heartbeat or other heart-related problems, it’s a good idea to talk to your doctor before beginning supplementation.   10. Aids in Breaking Addictions Because of its unique interaction with other drug substances, shilajit has a profound effect on the process of breaking addiction. When given to patients coming down from opioids, it reduces the actual addiction and minimizes withdrawal symptoms, better in many cases than common medications given to break dependence.   Similarly, this medicinal “herb” reduces addiction to alcohol and greatly diminishes the withdrawal experienced by alcoholics who stop drinking. It’s not surprising, then, that Eastern medicine has advised its use to break addiction for centuries.

Shilajit Nutrition Facts

Known by many names, shilajit is also called mineral pitch, mineral wax, black asphaltum, Asphaltum punjabianum (in Latin), shargai, dorobi, barahshin, baragshun, mumlai, brag zhun, chao-tong, wu ling zhi, baad-a-ghee, and arkhar-tash and mumiyo (variably transliterated as mumijo, mumio, momia, and moomiyo).   It’s a tar-like substance (known as a biomass) found in the Himalayan and Tibet Mountains. As lush forests were compacted as mountains arose, shilajit was formed. When the temperatures rise around these Indian mountains, this tar-like medical miracle substance oozes from crevices within the mountains. Ranging from yellowish-brown to pure black in color, the black variety is considered the most nutritional.   It’s not clear if shilajit is a purely biological or geological substance, as it does have a high presence of nutrients found in both categories. Some of the most often recognized nutrients within it are fulvic acid, humic acids and dibenzo alpha pyrones.     Although it’s likely that various types and brands contain different concentrations of some vitamins and minerals, this breakdown of the nutritional content of one brand helps give a starting point for the amounts of common minerals you might find. It’s commonly stated that shilajit, in pure form, contains about 85 different vitamins and minerals.   One serving of shilajit powder (about ½ teaspoon) contains about :
  • 3 calories
  • 5.4 milligrams iron (30 percent DV)
  • 40 milligrams calcium (4 percent DV)
  • 2.8 micrograms selenium (4 percent DV)
  • 0.45 milligrams zinc (3 percent DV)
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Jeera (handpounded)

 140.00 675.00
Jeera is a variety of rice grown using Natural Farming principles / ZBNF by marginal farmers. Brown rice is produced when only the outermost layer of the rice grain is removed. This prevents depletion of nutrients which occurs during the polishing that converts brown rice into white rice. Unlike white rice, organic brown rice is whole grain rice and more nutritious.  

Benefits of eating Jeera Brown Rice grown using Natural Farming principles :

  • Unpolished with the husk intact
  • Rich in selenium
  • High in manganese
  • Rich in naturally-occurring oils
  • Rich in anti-oxidants
  • High in fibre
  • Helps in reducing cholesterol
  • Helps in regulating and lowering blood pressure
  • Great for digestion
  • Good cholesterol
  • Low sodium
  • High fibre
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Hair oil

Using cold pressed coconut oil as the base the final oil is made using the following herbs : Herbs used :
  1. Moringa oleifera (moringa leaves)
  2. Murraya oenigii (curry leaves)
  3. Allium cepa (onion)
  4. Dry Phyllanthus emblica (amla)
  5. Trigonella foenum - graecum (fenugreek)
  6. Lawsonia inermis (henna leaves)
  7. Albizia amara (krishna siris)
  8. Azadirachta indica (neem)
  9. Vitex Negundo (Nirgundi)
  10. White Alternanthera sessilis (joyweed)
  11. False amaranth
  12. Phyllanthus niruri (gale of the wind)
  13. Solanum nigrum (common nightshade)
  14. Hibiscus rosa sinensis linn (hibiscus)
  15. Acalypha indica (indian copperleaf)
  16. Aerva lanata (knotgrass)
  17. Ricinus communis (castor)
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Red Rice Poha

Poha is farmer sourced from the affluent state of Bihar where a group of farmers practice Regenerative Agriculture. Beaten long, unpolished, native and indigenous variety of ancient red rice grown using natural farming principles in Ramgharwa Village of Bihar.
  • Made from best quality indigenous rice
  • Flattened rice, which is easily digestible
  • Used to prepare snacks or light and easy fast food by adding vegetables, spices and nuts
  • No cholesterol and trans fat
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Flax seeds

Flaxseeds are farmer sourced from the affluent state of Bihar where a group of farmers practice Regenerative Agriculture Practices. Flax seeds are a nature’s gift that possesses potential health-improving components. Flaxseed contains a good amount of ?-Linolenic acid an omega-3 fatty acid, protein, dietary fiber, lignan and Secoisolariciresinol diglucoside (SDG). Flaxseed benefits :
  1. 100 % Natural Farming Product
  2. Grown without synthetic Pesticides
  3. non-GMO desi seed
  4. Beneficial to reduce risk cardio-vascular disease and type 2 diabetes
  5. A good source of dietary fiber
  6. Beneficial to health because of bio-active compounds
They can be added to everyone's diet to increase lignans in the body, these may protect against oestrogen-dependent cancers such as breast cancer. When it comes to cooking, flax seeds are used in a number of indian preparations :
  • added to chutney or yogurts.
  • can be used in cottage cheese and fruit yogurt.
  • add add to the taste of smoothies and shakes.
  • mix them into pancake or muffin batter and add more nutritive value and taste to confectioneries.
  • the nutty flavour enhances flavor of boring porridges.
  • can be easily made a part of the indian mukhwas.
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Shahi jeera (cumin)

Shahi or Black Jeera is grown using natural farming principles in the hilly areas of Gurez valley of Kashmir Sourced from Kashmir farmers, this jeera has high oil content and is known for its sweet flavour and aroma Shahi Jeera is extensively used in medicines and in cooking too. It is mainly used in tandoori dishes, in some specific Indian curries, is an important ingredient of masala tea and Indian garam masala Benefits :
  • Good for digestive health, acts as a carminative
  • Seeds are used as remedies for bronchitis and cough
  • Does wonders to skin, helps to treat eczema, dry skin and psoriasis
  • It is believed to boost cardiovascular health and also help in regulating blood sugar levels.
  • It is also believed to be good for female reproductive health
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Spike (Immunity booster)

 300.00 750.00

Indian Spices and Immunity:

Indian foods, specially herbs/spices have been for ages known to have been used for boosting immunity. This is attributed to the high ORAC values of the spices, their anti-oxidant capacity and having what is called as high ORAC values. ORAC stands for oxygen radical absorbance capacity, a lab tool used to quantify the total antioxidant capacity of a food. Free radicals or oxidants are molecules that have an unpaired electron and can cause damage to the DNA. The less free radical damage there is, the higher the antioxidant capacity of the food, and therefore higher the ORAC score.

Higher the ORAC score, better will be oxygen carrying capacity of blood and also lungs’ oxygen capacity.

SPICES & ORAC Value (per 100g) : Clove powder : 3,14,446 (clove has the highest ORAC value in the world) Cinnamon powder : 2,67,537 Turmeric powder : 1,02,700 Cumin seeds powder : 76800 Black peppercorn powder : 34053 Ginger powder : 28811 Coriander seeds powder : 5141 Cardamom powder : 2764 Fennel seeds powder : 307

Ingredients in spike :

Turmeric powder (Haldi), Cumin seeds (Jeera), Coriander Seeds (Dhaniya), Fennel seeds (Saunf), Ginger Powder (Saunth), Black peppercorns (Kali Mirch), SriLankan Rolled Cinnamon powder (Dalchini), Cardamom powder (Elaichi) and Clove powder (Laung).

Sourcing :

Organic Turmeric powder, cumin seeds, coriander seeds, fennel seeds, dry ginger powder are sourced from sustainable farms of Maharashtra and Gujarat.

Black peppercorns , Clove, Cinnamon powder, Cardamom are sourced from Fair Trade and Organic certified Farms in Kerala.

No Preservatives, No Additives, No Binders, No Fillers. 100% Natural Plant-based Ingredients.

Dosage and using spike :

1/2 tea spoon daily either with warm water, add to soup or as a seasoning in food.

Benefits of taking Spike regularly:

• Helps stimulate and boost your immunity. Specially in children.

• Helps defend you against common disease-causing micro-organisms.

• If you are on any medication, consult your doctor before consuming this powder.

• If you have gastric issues (high pitta) eg acidity – consume less than ½ teaspoon per day post breakfast or lunch.

Additional ways to increase your immunity :

• Don’t smoke.

• Eat a diet high in fruits and vegetables.

• Exercise regularly.

• Maintain a healthy weight.

• If you drink alcohol, drink only in moderation.

• Get adequate sleep.

• Take steps to avoid infection, such as washing your hands frequently and cooking meats thoroughly.

• Try to minimize stress.

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Dried blackberries


Dried blackberries are a sweet and chewy snack that can be added to trail mix and granola, or eaten straight out of the bag. They are a real treat in the morning and go well served with pancakes, or with yogurt for a breakfast parfait. Try dried blackberries on your salads for a burst of fruity goodness. They also make a gorgeous topping to cakes and cheesecakes. One bite of these lush dried blackberries and they will soon become one of your favorite treats. They also make a wonderful addition to salads and baked goods. Dried blackberries are a rich source of antioxidants, vitamins, and fiber.

Health Benefits of Dried Blackberries

Just a serving of these delicious dried blackberries can do wonders for your health. A few of them being :

1)The Greeks used the blackberry as a remedy for Gout, and the Romans made a tea from the leaves of the blackberry plant to treat various illness. It is valuable remedy for dysentery and diarrhea.

2)A 1-cup serving of blackberries contains 62 calories, 1 gram of fat, 2 grams of protein and 14 grams of carbohydrates, including 8 grams of dietary fiber.

3)The vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals and fiber in blackberries may help to lower your risk for heart disease

4)Blackberries are said to strengthen blood vessels, help fight heart disease and help improve eyesight.The high tannin content of blackberries help tighten tissue, relieve intestinal inflammation, and help reduce haemorrhoids and stomach disorders

5) As an excellent source of vitamins A, C, and K, these super berries protect the immune system and ward off illnesses.

6) The insoluble fiber content of dried blackberries supports the digestive system and prevents overeating.

7) Dried blackberries are a satisfying snack, rich in both soluble and insoluble fiber. Research suggests that eating foods rich in soluble fiber can help lower cholesterol and regulate blood sugar levels.

8) The rich color of blackberries can be attributed to their high anthocyanin content. Anthocyanins are a class of antioxidants that fight oxidative damage caused by free radicals, and protect the body against heart disease.

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Forest honey (tulsi)

The Tulsi Honey is made by infusing tulsi (Holy Basil) in Raw Honey. This bottle of tulsi infused honey has all the benefits of raw honey and tulsi combined. 

Our raw honey is Unprocessed, raw and collected from the wild forests in the Western Ghat of Maharashtra.

Western Ghat region of Maharashtra has been declared as "World Heritage" by UNESCO. Historically the Western Ghats have always been well-covered in dense forests which provides honey, wild foods and natural habitats for native people.

At present 500+ Beekeepers from 38 villages collect wild honey. All these Beekeepers have been trained to collect bee honey from western ghats without disturbing or harming the bees, their colonies and their environment.

Honey & Tulsi strengthens respiratory system and is great source of energy.  

Nutritional information (approx value per 100gm) :

Energy : 322.08 kcal

Protein : 0.7gm

Carbohydrates : 79.82gm


Things to remember :

* Do not refrigerate.

* Honey crystallisation is normal, when it happens put in warm water or sunlight.

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Rajma (mix)

Sourced directly from kashmiri farmers, grown without chemicals and pesticides with nature's best himalayan water and the purest natural conditions.   Here Are Some Benefits Of Kidney Beans You May Not Have Known :   Rich In Protein:Vegans and vegetarians often find themselves in a dearth of options when it comes to protein sources. According to USDA, a 100-gram serving of raw kidney beans contain about 24 grams of protein. Kidney beans teamed with rice are dubbed as the complete protein meal. Leaving soy and quinoa, plant-based protein sources like beans, nuts and whole grains are incapable of giving you your required fill of protein. But, they can be combined with other foods to complete your set of proteins. Legumes are great proteins, and are also loaded with good quality fibre. The combination of grains and legumes works well if you want a variety of amino acids in a single meal. If you eat a variety of plant-based foods and legumes, you will get your dose of complete protein and nutrition. However, make sure you maintain portion control. Kidney beans are abundantly loaded with protein phaseolin, which may cause allergic reactions in some people.   Good For Digestion: Kidney beans contain a hearty mix of both soluble and insoluble fibre. Fibre helps to promote good digestive health and bowel regularity. But again, you have to ensure that you do not overindulge, or you may have problems like gas and flatulence.   Good For Diabetics: A good part of kidney beans are carbs. But, don’t you fret already. The carbs present in kidney beans are the good kinds, also known as the ‘slow-release carbohydrate’. These carbs delay the digestion, which aids slow release of sugars in the blood stream. Kidney beans have a very low glycemic index (29), which makes it an ideal food for diabetics.   High In Essential Minerals: Rajma is high in blood building iron, phosphorous – which plays a crucial role in healthy bones and teeth – and vitamin K that helps protect the nervous system from free radical damage.   Lowers Cholesterol: Kidney beans are rich in soluble fibres. Soluble fibre attracts water and turns it into gel during digestion. While we all know that soluble fibres help promoting digestion but not many know that they also help lower “unhealthy” (LDL)cholesterol.   Weight Loss: Kidney beans are packed with proteins and fibres, both of which help induce a sense of satiety. When you feel full, you would binge less and would be able to manage your weight better. They also contain substantial amounts of resistant starch, which may play an effective role in weight management.   Kidney beans contain many bioactive plant compounds, including :
  • Isoflavones. A class of antioxidants present in high amounts in Rajma, isoflavones are categorized as phytoestrogens due to their similarity to the female sex hormone, estrogen.
  • Anthocyanins. This family of colorful antioxidants occurs in the skin of kidney beans. The color of red kidney beans is mainly due to an anthocyanin known as pelargonidin.
  • Phytohaemagglutinin. This toxic protein exists in high amounts in raw kidney beans, especially red varieties. It can be eliminated through cooking.
  • Phytic acid. Found in all edible seeds, phytic acid (phytate) impairs your absorption of various minerals, such as iron and zinc. It can be reduced by soaking, sprouting, or fermenting the beans.
  • Starch blockers. A class of lectins, also known as alpha-amylase inhibitors, starch blockers impair or delay the absorption of carbs from your digestive tract but are inactivated by cooking.
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