Sattu (grounded chickpeas)
Sattu is simply roasted chickpeas grounded into flour. Almost 20% of sattu is protein by weight and contains magnesium, calcium, iron and manganese; all of which works like magic for tissue repair. In India, sattu is usually given to mothers who are still recuperating from childbirth, and toddlers. People in Indian states like Bihar and Uttar Pradesh have been using it in their staple food litti-chokha for generations. The grounded flour can be mixed with water and had as refreshment, or one can make different kinds of bread out of it.
Amla (Indian gooseberry)
Amla or the Indian gooseberry has more vitamin C than orange and acts as a brilliant antioxidant. When used well and wisely, amla can help you burn fat, build immunity, relieve pain and even cure the common cold!