Jindal Naturecure Institute Bangalore provides healthy and tasty Sattu Laddus for patients suffering from diabetes, constipation or diarrhoea. The laddus that we give are more than a sweet treat. They are a part of our rigous diet we implement as a part of our treatment plan.

How to Prepare Sattoo Ladoo

The sattoo laddu that we give at Jindal Naturecure Institute is made from roasted till, dry coconut powder, barley mix, cardamom powder, jaggery and oil.

The preperation method of this ladoo is simple, easy and quick. Dry roast sattu and till mix. Then, add cardamom powder, jaggery and dry coconut to the mix. When the powdered mix cools, roll into into balls.

Why do we have Sattoo Ladoo in our diet?

Sattoo contains soluble fibres, which is an essential ingredient that must be incorporated into the diet. It helps in reducing cholesterol, keeping the blood sugar level stable and in losing weight. The soluble fibres play a key role in protecting the heart and safeguarding you from diabetes.

What is Fibre?

Fibre is a kind of carbohydrate but unlike the carbs, it cannot be easily broken down in the digestive system and absorbed. It forms the roughage in the diet and slows down the rate of digestion. It makes the faeces soft so that they can easily pass through. There are two types of fibres; insoluble and soluble. Foods rich in soluble fibres are apples, oatmeal, beans, nuts, blueberries, oatmeal, etc.

Importance of Soluble Fibres

Soluble fibres offer:

  • Protection to the Heart: Soluble fibres get attached to the cholesterol particles which push them out of the body and thereby help lower the overall cholesterol level.
  • Protection for Diabetes: Soluble fibres help keep the blood sugar level in check.
  • Help in Weight Loss: Soluble fibres slow down the movement of food from the stomach to the intestine, which gives you a feeling of being satiated for a long time. This will help you reduce snacking between meals, which helps in weight loss or weight management.
  • Maintains Healthy Movement of Bowels: The soluble fibres add body to the stool and helps prevent diarrhoea and constipation.


What Food is High in Soluble Fibres?

Some of the foods that are high in soluble fibres are beans, oatmeal, nuts, blueberries, sattu, etc.

Jindal Institute offers holistic treatment that combines lifestyle modifications, diet counselling, and yoga. The healthy food that we offer to our patients is made from vegetables, fruits, cereals and pulses grown in our farm in the campus. Get in touch with us to know more about diet and lifestyle modifications for better health.