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Green Food Chickpea Protein Nutrition For Weight Loss

State: Powder 
Chracter: Off-white to Light Yellow 
Certification: ISO22000, HALAL 
Specification: 70B, 70C, 80B, 80C 
Assay Method: GB 
Botanical Source: Cicer arietinum 
Botanical Part Used: Seed
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Chickpea Protein
Product Code N/A Specification 70B, 70C, 80B, 80C
Extract Source Cicer arietinum Botanical Part Used Seed
Extract Solvent None Assay Method GB
Character Off-white to light yellow Certification ISO22000, ISO9001
HS Code 1302199099 Shelf Life 2 Years


Introduction Of Chickpea Protein

Chickpeas (also known as snowdrops) are affordable and usually sold commercially in canned or dried form, and are very versatile and can be added to a variety of dishes such as salads, soups or sandwiches. Many people also combine it with sesame paste, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic to make a dipping sauce called hummus. If you like a crunchy texture, you can also bake chickpeas or add them to dishes like veggie burgers and tacos.

Nutrition Facts of Chickpeas
One cup (about 164 grams) of cooked chickpeas has about 269 calories, about 67% of which comes from carbohydrates and the rest from protein and fat. It is also an exceptional source of the mineral manganese and vitamin B complex (folic acid).

Function Of Chickpea Protein

1. Contains plant protein

Chickpeas are a great source of plant-based protein, making them an excellent food for people who don't eat meat or animal products. 1 cup (164 grams) of chickpeas provides about 14.5 grams of protein, which is similar to the protein content of similar foods such as black beans and lentils, helping to promote satiety and control appetite. Protein is also known for its role in weight management, maintaining bone health and muscle strength.

Chickpeas have been reported to have better protein quality than other legumes because they contain almost all essential amino acids (except methionine), and experts generally recommend pairing chickpeas with whole grains that contain methionine (such as quinoa).

2. Maintain satiety

The protein and fiber in chickpeas may help control appetite, and the two work together to slow digestion, promote satiety, and may automatically reduce calorie intake. In one study comparing appetite and calorie intake of 12 women who ate two separate meals, one with 200 grams of chickpeas and the other with 2 slices of white bread, the women's appetite and calorie intake were significantly lower after eating chickpeas. Another study found that people who ate pretzels and hummus at tea time had a 70% decrease in appetite and a 30% increase in satiety.


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Applications Of Chickpea Protein


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