Bhindi Curry calories
Fry it, cook it, make it with gravy, grill it, or pickle it – Okras are tasty no matter how you make them! Called as okra, ladies finger, or bhindi in India, it is one of the most popular vegetables. As a matter of fact, India is the largest producer of bhindi. Whether its bhindi fry masala, plain sabzi, bhindi gravy masala, or bharli bhindi, they taste yummy and go well with roti or rice. Consuming okra as part of your diabetes diet plan has numerous health benefits.
Health benefits of Okra in Diabetes
- The slimy fluid present in okra is known to improve blood sugar levels
- Okra is loaded with vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin C, E, and K.
- It’s a good source for magnesium, potassium, and zinc
- Being high in dietary fiber, it improves digestion, and insulin sensitivity
- It relieves constipation
- Increases the time of absorption of sugars
- It’s full of antioxidants and beta carotenes
- It lowers blood pressure and improves immunity
- It is also known to reduce stress levels
Consuming okra or bhindi at least twice a week is very beneficial for people with diabetes and should be included in your diabetes diet plan.
Calories in Okra Curry (100 gm.)
|Saturated Fat||0.17 gm.|
Vitamins in Okra Curry (100 gm.)
|Vitamin B2||0.14 mg.|
|Vitamin B6||0.47 mg.|
|Vitamin B9||110.80 μg.|
|Vitamin C||38.63 mg.|
|Vitamin D2||13.42 μg.|