Although it often plays the supporting role in the many salads and stews, give it more often the leading role, say nutritionists who say there are many reasons to eat more and more often peas.
The high nutritional and biological value classifies the peas into the list of groceries that they should often consume. However, we always forget about it and it is not on our table for a long time.
Nutritionists therefore recall that it is a carbohydrate-rich (about 16 percent).
The peas contain about six percent protein, lots of fiber, low fat, and it can boast of the fact that there is no cholesterol at all.
When it comes to vitamins and minerals, each tablespoon of peas will bring you A, B1, B2, B6 and a little vitamin C, as well as iron, potassium, calcium, and phosphorus.
At this time of the year, it’s a bit harder to get to the fresh peas, but the frozen, canned or dried can be found in almost every store.
Use it and add it to most of your dishes, salads, stews, as an attachment, and so on.