Indications: Reduces vata and pitta Increases kapha Heavy to digest Unctuous in nature Sweet and astringent in taste Increases breast milk It is strengthening High in protein and contains all amino acids Lowers serum cholesterol level and increases HDL Contains omega-3 fatty acids that is essential for body functions Contains isoflavones that prevents cancer Reverses arterial disease Reduces urinary sugar in diabetic patients Good for brain and nerves because of high phosphorus content Rich in vitamin A and BSanskrit name: Raja shimbiBotanical name: Glycine maxTamil name: Soya English name: Soya beans Empowering Better Health Manage Your Diabetes Manage Your Hypertension Manage Your Kidney Health Manage Your Sex Life Health Tips Preparation: Ingredients:Soya bean – 50 gm Sesame oil – 1 spoon Mustard seeds – 1 tsp Black gram – 1 tspCumin seeds - 1 tspAsafetida – 1 pinch Green chilly – 1 Curry leaves – few Rock salt – to taste Method:Soak the legume over night. Boil till it becomes soft and decant the water. In a pan, put sesame oil. When it is heated, add mustard seeds, black gram, cumin seeds, asafetida, green chilly and curry leaves. When the mustard has popped, add the cooked soya beans along with rock salt and mix well. Finely chopped unripe mango and carrot also improves the taste.