Cow pea White are commonly referred to as lobia peas in India with a small black dot that resembles an eye. Cowpea is an important grain legume in Africa, some part of Americas and in Asia. Dried seeds are consumed after cooking. Cowpea is rich in potassium with good amount of calcium, magnesium and phosphorus, vitamin A and C. It is an excellent source of fiber, foliate and iron. Cowpea tones the spleen, stomach and pancreas. Cow pea help induce urination and relieves damp conditions like leucorrhea . The soluble fiber found in these beans have low Glycemic index and provide low risk for diabetes.
|Nutrition Facts per 100 Gram(s)|
|Calories:- 323 kcal||Calories from Fat: 9.0 kcal|
|Total Fat||1.00 Gram(s)|
|Total Carbohydrates||54.50 Gram(s)|
|Dietary Fiber||3.80 Gram(s)|