One of the biggest challenges when it comes to chapati is finding low-carb flour alternatives. Finding a low-carb flour substitute that gives chapati great consistency is essential if you want to get creative in the kitchen. We had created this flour specially to make chapati. Just add water and make the dough. You may add oil to make it soft.
High in Omega 3
It is an extraordinary fat that affects every part of your biochemistry. They control gene function, regulate your immune system, impact the speed and efficacy of your metabolism, and they are a vital component of the cell membrane.
High in Protein
Protein is not only important for building lean muscle tissue, but it’s also critical for organ function. In fact, a lot of your organs, cells, and tissues require protein for proper regeneration. Protein also helps in the healing process.
Regular flour-like Rice, Millet, Sorghum or Corn are high (70%) in Net Carbs (Sugar and Starch) while this flour contains only 40% Net carbs.