Eating this with black sesame seeds can control high blood pressure

White Sesame, Black Sesame… both of these have been a part of Indian cuisine since time immemorial. Doctors also specially recommend eating sesame which is full of nutrients. They are said to have many health benefits if eaten in moderation on a daily basis, especially for those with high blood pressure. These are also suggested to help prevent the risk of strokes. It is suggested that it is especially good to eat black beans. 

Black beans are full of nutrients like calcium, magnesium, fiber, phosphorus, manganese, copper, zinc, and iron. These sesame seeds contain essential microminerals. They are responsible for controlling cell function. It also improves immunity. Makes the metabolism active. They help in better circulation of oxygen throughout your body. Black sesame is rich in oil. It is monounsaturated fats. According to nutritionists, replacing foods high in saturated fats with unsaturated fats can reduce your risk of heart disease, strokes, and heart attacks.

Check for high blood pressure
Did we mention earlier that black sesame seeds are rich in magnesium and phosphorus? Both of these help in reducing high blood pressure. These tiny seeds reduce the chances of hypertension. This reduces the risk of heart attacks and strokes. Sesame seeds contain a compound called sesamin. It also controls high blood pressure levels. 

Black Sesame Ladoo
Black sesame seeds can be eaten as powder or as part of chutneys. If you think this is difficult, you can eat it as a nice brownie. 
Fry one cup of black beans, half a cup of peanuts and half a cup of dry coconut. Now put them all in a mixer, add one table spoon of ghee, one spoon of fennel seeds, one spoon of soaked dates and grind them. Take out the mixture and roll it like a small brownie. 

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