Sesame seeds are an amazing source of fibre. Around 30 grams of unhulled sesame seeds provide you with 3.25 grams of fibre amounting to 12 per cent of referred daily intake. Good amount of fibre intake promotes digestion. Did you know Sesame oil is also used as a natural preservative in pickles due to its natural antimicrobial properties.
In Ayurveda, sesame oil is valued for its medicinal properties. It is said to be good for the skin, and often used for massages as it penetrates deep into the skin to provide nourishment and helps relieve stress. It is also used as a carrier oil for different cosmetic products.
Sesame oil is like the Indian counterpart of Olive Oil and it lends a distinct flavour to your dishes.
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