Green peas offered by us have no artificial colors and preservatives added. So, its nutritional value and freshness remain intact. Green peas, as a food stand environmentally friendly. First, peas belong to a category called crops cultures "nitrogen-fixing". With the aid of bacteria in the soil, peas and other legumes are able to take gaseous nitrogen from the air and convert it into more complex and useful forms. Agricultural research has shown that peas can provide the soil with important advantages. This process increases the available nitrogen in the soil without the added need fertilizer. Finally, pea rotation with other crops has been shown to reduce the risk of pest problems. These ecological aspects of pea production add to their desirability as an integral part of our diet. Peas also have a relatively shallow root system that can help prevent soil erosion, and once the peas were harvested, the plant remains tend to decompose easily to soil building.
Sweet, delicious peas, as popular as garden peas are one of the oldest cultivated vegetables cultivated for their delicious nutritious green seeds. The pea probably originated in the plains of sub - Himalayan, north - western India. Today, this versatile legume is one of the major commercial crops are grown throughout temperate and tropical region's semi. Pea is a growing, fast annual herbaceous vine trellis requires supporting its growth. It flowers in well-drained, sandy soil supplemented with adequate moisture and cold weather. Short-stalked, green pods appear in late winter or early spring. Each pod measure about 2-3 inches long, straight or slightly curved, swollen or compressed, and filled with a single row of 2-10, edible seeds, light green smooth.
Fresh, tender peas are relatively low in calories in comparison with beans and cowpeas. 100g green peas are only 81 calories and no cholesterol. Nevertheless, they are good sources of protein, vitamins and soluble and insoluble fiber.
Green peas are one of the most nutritious vegetables rich Pod health benefiting Phyto-nutrients, minerals, vitamins and antioxidants.
Fresh peas are very good in ascorbic acid (vitamin C). 100 g of fresh cloves carry 40 mg or 67% of the daily requirement of vitamin C. Vitamin C is a water-soluble antioxidant in the powerful natural water. Vegetables rich in this vitamin help the human body develop resistance against infectious agents and scavenge harmful free radicals, pro-inflammatory in the body.
Fresh pea pods are an excellent source of folic acid. 100 g provides 65 pages or 16 % of the recommended daily folate levels. Studies suggest that adequate folate -rich foods when given to pregnant women to help prevent neural tube defects in newborns. Folate is one of the B-complex vitamins necessary for the DNA synthesis in the cell.
Vitamin K was found to have a potential role in building bone mass function (mineralization) by promoting the activity autotrophic inside bone cells. The peas are also good in vitamin K. 100 g of fresh seeds contain about 24.8 mpg or about 21 % of the daily requirement of vitamin K - 1 (phylloquinone).
Peas contain phytosterols, especially sitosterol. Studies suggest that vegetables like legumes, fruits and cereals rich in plant sterols help lower cholesterol levels in the human body.