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- Energy - 534.33 (kcal)
- Total Fat - 82.47 (g)
- Total Carbohydrates - 52.09 (g)
- Sugars - 9.78 (g)
- Protein - 8.44 (g)
- Corn flakes- Corn flakes are rich in thiamine. Thiamine is a very essential nutrient for energy production, carbohydrate metabolism, and cognitive functions. Cornflakes are very rich in iron content. Being a good source of iron makes it a good intake for maintaining a healthy blood level.
- Peanuts- Peanuts are rich in protein. It is also a good source of good fat and fiber. Peanuts help in preventing heart diseases, and stroke maintaining stroke levels, and preventing the body from blood clots. With the high level of proteins, peanuts can also be helpful in weight loss.
- Chana Dal- It is a good source of energy, keeps the heart healthy, lowers blood pressure, helps in weight loss, and is a good source of protein. It also helps in improving insulin levels in the body. Chana dal is a high-fiber food source.
- Dry fruits- Dry fruits provide a high level of energy to our bodies. It keeps our face wrinkle-free and our skin healthy. It tends to fight against constipation. It can also prevent people from cancer. Nuts like cashew and almond have the property to fight against breast cancer. Kishmish (Dried grapes) holds blood purification power.
- Dry sliced coconut- It can improve heart health and weight loss. It has a high level of calories, saturated fat, fibers, copper, and manganese that provide healthy energy to our body. The oil of dry coconut is very good for our health and also very natural.
- Corns can be produced in various colors like- yellow, multicolor, black, bluish-gray, purple, green, red, and white out of which yellow is the most common one.
- In an ear of corn, there is one silk for every growing kernel.
- Corn is a wild grass, Teosinte, or what we now refer to as "maize," was once a wild grass that was harvested and consumed by humans from Southern Mexico about 10,000 years ago (field corn).
Suggested consumable by age groups
- A significant amount of 2-3 can be enjoyed by all age groups.
Good times to eat:
- Evenings are good for this light snack.
Eat along with:
- It is perfect to eat with tea or coffee.
- Since it is sweet it goes well with any Indian savouries/snacks.
When not to eat or eat more often:
- People with diabetes are advised to avoid.
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