2. Lowers the risk of getting diabetes

Medical studies point out how cases of diabetes in the western world are on the rise. Research shows that heavy consumption of junk foods and lack of exercise are two of the key elements that help explain this rise. Diabetes is less common in countries where chickpea flour has been popular for generations. Some scientists believe that the very high fiber content in chickpea flour is a factor lowering diabetes risks. They calculate that each cup of cooked chickpeas contains 12.5 grams of fiber.

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