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Organic Masoor Dal

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Brand Brightcrop
Packaging Size 25kgs
Cuisine Indian
Shelf Life 9 months
Country of Origin India
Speciality Organic
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NPOP and NOP standard.It contains dietary fibers as well as proteins which helps in maintaining normal blood pressure. It is also a good source of folate which reduces the risk of heart diseases

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Weight 1 g
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Beans and pulses, also known as legumes, are considered to be one of the most sustainable sources of protein. Here are some reasons why:

  1. Low carbon footprint: Legumes have a lower carbon footprint compared to animal-based protein sources. This is because they require less energy and resources to grow and produce.

  2. Nitrogen fixation: Legumes have the ability to fix nitrogen from the air and convert it into a form that plants can use. This reduces the need for synthetic fertilizers, which are a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions.

  3. Water conservation: Legumes require less water to grow compared to animal-based protein sources. This is because they have deep root systems that can access water from deeper soil layers.

  4. Soil health: Legumes are known to improve soil health by increasing soil fertility and reducing erosion. This is because they have the ability to fix nitrogen, which helps to enrich the soil.

  5. Biodiversity: Legumes are an important component of crop rotation systems, which help to maintain biodiversity and reduce the risk of pests and diseases.

Overall, beans and pulses are a sustainable source of protein that can contribute to a more environmentally friendly food system.

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