Top 4 Healthy Flour for Summers

In summer, you should eat rotis made of cold flour. This will not create heat in the stomach, you will feel light and good. Let us know which rotis made of flour should be eaten in summer.

Just as it is beneficial to consume hot-tasted foods in winter, similarly, importance should be given to cold-tasted foods in the summer season. So that the body can be kept cool in the summer season, the heat of the stomach can be pacified. Although in summer, people consume different types of food items to keep the body cool, roti is such a diet that everyone eats 1 or 2 times a day. In winter, Rotis made from ragi, bajra, buckwheat etc. are consumed. But even in summer, you need to change the dough.

  1. Wheat Flour for Summers

By the way, most the people eat only rotis made from wheat. But in winters prefer to eat rotis of millet, maize, etc. instead. Now that the summer season has arrived, you can again include wheat rotis in your diet. Wheat has a cooling effect, so it can be consumed in summer.

Wheat flour is rich in nutrients. Eating wheat bran improves digestion. The properties of wheat also purify the blood. Wheat is high in fiber, which is effective in reducing weight. Wheat flour is also beneficial for thyroid patients.

  1. Chickpea flour

In summer, rotis made from gram flour can also be eaten. Chickpea flour has a cooling effect, so it is suitable for the summer season. Chickpea flour is high in protein. There is about 20 grams of protein in 1 cup of chickpea flour. Chickpea flour is also helpful in building muscle and keeping weight under control.

Most people think of gram flour as gram flour, but these gram flour and gram flour are different from each other. Besan is refined, removing all its fiber. The same flour is ground with the peel, it is thicker than gram flour and is also rich in fiber.

  1. Barley Flour

In summer, most people drink barley water to keep their stomach cool. But if you want, you can grind barley and prepare its flour, you can make its rotis in summer. Barley is considered beneficial in summer because it has a cooling effect. In addition, barley is also rich in nutrients. Eating rotis made from barley flour ends stomach-related problems. Barley is cool, so it also protects against nail acne caused by heat. Barley rotis are also beneficial for diabetics.

  1. Jowar flour in summer

Jowar contains nutrients. Jowar is rich in protein, vitamin B complex, and minerals. Apart from this, jowar also contains potassium, phosphorus, calcium and iron. The effect of jowar is cold, so people of pitta nature can also eat its rotis. People of Vata should consume it only on the advice of the doctor. Jowar flour in summer pacifies pitta and Kapha. Jowar is low in calories and high in nutrition. This helps in weight loss. Eating rotis of jowar flour removes fatigue, and gives strength to the body.

In summer, you can also eat rotis made from jowar, barley, wheat and gram flour. But people with Vata should avoid eating jowar flour.

(Disclaimer: The content on this site is for informational purposes only, and should not be taken as professional medical advice. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other health professionals for any questions you may have regarding your health or a medical condition.)
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