Watch out for the superfood. So if you slacked or ignored your dietary pulses, it would be a nice time to begin including them now. If you’re consuming them already-well performed! Not only pulses are a good low-fat source of protein, minerals (such as iron and zinc) and B-vitamins such as folate, but their high fibre content can also help lower poor cholesterol (LDL) levels and reduce the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
But how well are you aware of the pulses you are consuming? Read up on our list of some of the world’s top pulses.