Sabudana is mostly made during fasting time in Indian homes. Many dishes like Sabudana Kheer, Sabudana Vada, Sabudana Khichdi are made from it. Many people like to eat them even without fasting. Now the question arises that why sago is eaten during fasting. There are many reasons for this. The main reason is that sago is not a grain and it is very high in calories. After eating this one does not feel hungry for a long time. Many people believe that eating sabudana leads to weight loss, although this is not true.
Know how many calories in a cup
Sago is carbohydrate and starch. Carbs give energy to our body, so they are necessary. But if you are losing weight then this is not the right food for you. When we lose weight, we reduce calorie intake. On the other hand, sago is a high calorie food. According to the US Department of Agriculture, a cup of sago contains 544 calories.
Know this thing for those who want to lose weight
Many times people feel that eating sabudana keeps the stomach full for a long time. This saves you from overeating. In such a situation, it is the right food for people who want to lose weight. Although it is not so. If you include sago in your regular diet, then you get more calories from its less quantity. Carbohydrates are believed to increase insulin levels. When the amount of insulin increases, many people feel more hungry and they eat more. If you are thinking of gaining weight, then sabudana kheer is the best option. With this, you will also get protein due to milk. Also read: How To Make Sabudana And What Are The Benefits Of Eating It
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