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The many benefits of sattu

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According to Rujuta Diwekar, a nutritionist, it is a delicious, intelligent mix of chana dal, gehu and rice flour (depending on the region you come from), it's the stuff that nutrition love stories are made of.

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Plant based diets as the USA likes to call it, sattu provides the body with minerals like calcium, vitamins like folic acid and essential amino acids like lysine.

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Why you should have it: - Reduces menstrual cramps and clots - Reduces dark circles under the eyes - Reduces pigmentation and hair loss

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Teej, a festival observed during shravan, is tied to the concept of sustainability, coinciding with the monsoon when certain communities abstain from consuming green leafy vegetables such as palak, as well as fish or meat.

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To ensure the intake of essential nutrients like folic acid, amino acids, and minerals despite dietary restrictions, sattu was invented as a valuable alternative during this period.

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Diversity is an inbuilt system in our society and culture and it's time we own it with pride.

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