Add Magnesium to Your Diet with These 5 Delicious Indian Recipes


If you want to improve your health, it is important to eat a nutritious diet. An essential nutrient for improving mood, sleep, exercise performance, and blood sugar regulation is magnesium, according to Healthline. There are several dietary sources of magnesium that we can add to our daily diet. Some of these foods include spinach, chickpeas and ragi. Here are some delicious and rich in magnesium. indian recipes to add to your diet. It is important to note that in case of magnesium deficiency, you should consult your doctor.

Here are 5 easy and tasty magnesium-rich recipes:

1. Palak Dal

Spinach is loaded with magnesium. According to the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), 100 g of spinach contains 79 mg of magnesium. Combine it with moong dal (green beans) and you have a delicious and magnesium-rich dish ready. According to the USDA, 100 g of raw mung beans contain 189 mg of magnesium. Here is a complete step by step recipe.
Also read: 3 common mistakes you may be making when consuming magnesium: a nutritionist explains

2. Chickpea Curry

Delicious chickpea curry is also a good source of magnesium. According to the USDA, 100 g of chickpeas contain 48 mg of magnesium. You can serve this curry with rice, roti or puris. Click here for a delicious recipe.

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3. Brown rice pulao

If you love rice, consider substituting white rice for brown rice, as it contains more magnesium. According to the USDA, 100 g of brown rice has 39 mg of magnesium, while 100 g of white rice has 12 mg of magnesium. Here are some delicious brown rice pulao recipes. If you are looking for the chicken version, try Onion and brown rice pilaf. For mushroom lovers, here you have the Brown rice with mushrooms recipe.

4. Millet Upma

According to a 2021 research article published in the journal 'Agriculture and food security', millet contains a generous amount of magnesium, “which is believed to have the ability to help the body fight diseases such as cancer.” Finger millet or ragi has a magnesium content of 84.71 to 567.45 mg per 100 g. Make a nutritious and delicious meal Ragi Upma with this recipe.
Also read: Are you magnesium deficient? Watch out for these 5 common warning signs

5. Pumpkin sabzi

Another tasty sabzi recipe that you can try is Khatta Meetha Kaddu. According to the USDA, 100 g of cooked pumpkin contains 9 mg of magnesium. Pumpkin is also a rich source of potassium, vitamin C and fiber. Try this delicious pumpkin recipe which is bittersweet.

Add all these magnesium-rich Indian recipes to your daily diet and get wonderful health benefits.


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