Digestive Atta High Fiber (25%) Wheat Bran Flour 850 gm
HIGHEST FIBER – NutroActive Digestive Atta contains 25% fibers as against 14% fibers in normal wheat flour i.e. each chapatti made up of 20 g will contains 5 g fibers. Dietary fibers are of two type insoluble dietary fiber and soluble dietary fiber. Insoluble fibers are provided by wheat and soluble fibers are provided by oats. Digestive Atta contains both types of fibers. If you have any queries regarding the product and diet, you may call our Nutritionist at the no. provided on the pack
DIABETES MANAGEMENT – This is a very well-known fact that dietary fiber rich food helps in managing blood sugar level. Dietary fiber reduces the rate of absorption of sugar and it also reduces the glycemic index of food, thereby helps in managing blood sugar level of a diabetic. As per American diabetic association, diabetic female should take minimum 28g fiber per day and men should consume 38g fiber per day. NutroActive digestive atta is a very high fiber flour which contains 25 g fiber per
WEIGHT MANAGEMENT – Excessive intake of calories is the main reason of weight gain along with high stress, irregular lifestyle and insufficient exercise. Fibers are considered to be negative in calories because they make the bulk of food and prevent overeating. Dietary fiber also increases fullness because they absorb lot of water thereby decreases appetite and urge to eat. Eating fiber rich flour can positively help in managing weight.
HOW TO MAKE DOUGH – Take NutroActive Digestive flour, add some warm water while mixing and kneading with hands, keep adding small amount of warm water until you get nice soft dough. Let it sit for 15 minutes because fibers present in flour will take some time to imbibe water. After 15 minutes the water will reach deep inside every fiber strand which help in getting a softer and round chapatti.
HIGH QUALITY INGREDIENTS – NutroActive Digestive Atta is a very effective multigrain and multifiber combination of Wheat, oats, quinoa, amaranth, wheat bran, wheat protein, wheat fiber and oats fiber.