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Janapurnima:: These are the benefits of eating quanti


Today is Shravan Shukla Purnima, i.e. Janapurni. Janapurnima is considered as the day of Raksha Bandhan as well as the day of eating quanti. Nowadays, it is also customary to eat gedagudi sprouted by soaking it as a special dish. Quanti means to eat gedagudi hot and tender. Today, in order to eat quanti, every Nepali has soaked nuts in their house two days in advance and sprouted them. Quanti contains a mixture of 9 types of nuts including mung bean, bean, soybean, small corn, masyang, gram, bean, bodi bakullo.

Today, almost every Nepali has quanti pakne at home. Maybe you have cooked and eaten quanti. Do you know the benefits of the quantity you eat? Know that eating quanti is very beneficial for health.

The benefits of eating quanti

– Quantitatively rich in vitamins A, B, and C.

– Quanti food to get rid of diseases like constipation, piles, fistula, fissure,

– Wounds heal faster if eaten regularly,

– Controls weight,

– Helps in hormone production,

– Relieves osteoporosis,

– Consumption before menstruation relieves stomach ache.

– Prevents diabetes, heartburn and vascular diseases.

– Increases immunity,

– Malnutrition in patients, children and the elderly can be eliminated,

– Regular intake of quanti also increases memory,

– Improves mental health,

– Benefits the circulatory and nervous systems,

– Sprouted nuts have more alkaline properties. So, Quantitative food can also get rid of problems like ‘acidity’ and urinary tract infections,

– Improves digestion,

– As all the nutrients in Gedagudi can be taken by the body, beauty is also enhanced.