7 Benifits of adding Chapati to your diet.

How Healthy is roti?

Roti is an inalienable part of the Indian diet. Made from whole wheat, it is nutritious and can be mixed with anything from curries to dry vegetables, dals, and meats. It provides various health benefits and is enriched with iron, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, and potassium. A simple roti is an excellent source of soluble fiber, helping lower blood cholesterol levels, avoiding constipation, and keeping our digestive system safe. Laden with complex carbohydrates that give you sustained energy and satiate you for hours. They’re made without oil and usually very safe.

#1 Nutritional value of Chapati

A small chapati has 70 calories, 3 grams of protein, 0.4 grams of fat, and 15 grms of carbohydrates.
Serving Size: 1 piece
Serving Weight: 1.5oz (43g)

NutrientValue% Goal
Total Carbs19.8g66.1%
  Net Carbs info15.7g52.2%
  Diab. Net Carbs info15.7g
  Sugar Alcohols

#2 Energy-packed

Chapatis are an excellent source of carbohydrates that can provide enough energy and keep you full for a long time. They not only energize you but also improve your mood.

#3 Nice for skin

With the goodness of zinc and other minerals, eating Chapati every day can do wonders to your skin. Sounds unbelievable? But its true!

#4 Helps digestion

Chapati is an excellent soluble fiber source, easily digestible, so consuming a roti is better than rice.

#5 Containing nutrients

Chapati is prepared with unleavened rice, rendering it a nutrient powerhouse. A roti will supply your body with vitamins and minerals such as vitamins B, E, and minerals such as copper, zinc, iodine, manganese, silicon, potassium, calcium, and other mineral salts.

#6 Friendly calorie

When no oil or butter is added, chapatis contains fewer calories than other foods. It’s the safest diet for weight loss.

#7 How to make roti healthy?

  • You can cut cooked vegetables like beans, carrots, spinach and combine them with dough to add health benefits.
  • Use ghee or oil; the only way roti can become less fattening.
  • Use rye flour instead of wheat.
  • The addition of ragi, soya bean meal, chickpea flour, pearl millet, and bulgar wheat meal to the wheat flour strengthens the flour.

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