Haldirams Moong Dal

Yellow moong dal refers to moong beans that have been skinned and split, so that they're flat, yellow, and quick-cooking. ... They can be made into moong bean paste by de-hulling, cooking, and pulverizing the beans to the consistency of a dry paste. One of the most significant benefits of moong dal is its role in facilitating weight loss. Moong lentil is packed with fibre and plat-based protein, which are known to help reduce weight. Macrobiotic Nutritionist and Health Practitioner Shilpa Arora, says, "Moong Dal is extremely light and high on protein. Moong dal is low in fat content and very high on protein. In fact, moong dal is considered to be one of the best plant-based sources of protein. Macrobiotic Nutritionist and Health Practitioner Shilpa Arora says, "Moong dal is extremely light and high on protein. Is moong dal namkeen good for health? Yes, it is because it is made with superfood 'Moong Dal'. Moong dal is light on the stomach and very easy to digest. It is a good source of iron, protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals.

Very good taste nd we can carry this anywhere with us it's pocket friendly and cheaper in cost. Nice packaging. Everyone can eat it no harmful effects of this product. Kids love it. Whenever you are hungry or eat it with tea it's delicious and packaging color also looking good. Money can't be wasted.

Consumer VOICE decoded Food Labels of 8 brands of moong dal namkeen to know which brands meet the Recommended Dietary Allowances  and which ones are safer for frequent consumption as per the international Traffic Light Labelling Standards, Read on to know the best moong dal namkeen.

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Moong dal namkeen is one of the most popular snack or namkeen. It is considered to be rich in protein and low on fat. It’s a source of instant energy (and fullness) that comes from savoring this favourite snack. Talking of energy, it is one of the things whose value should be mentioned on the label of the moong dal namkeen packet including the amounts of protein, carbohydrate, fat, sugar, etc. as well. Given that nutrition labels are not always easy or simple enough to interpret, or standardised for enabling comparison among brands in a specific category, we have culled out the essential details on the basis of which you as consumers can make informed and healthy choices. Interestingly, while declaration of sodium/salt on food products label is not mandatory as per Indian law, it was declared by a few among the eight brands we studied.