- Tukma are also known as falooda seeds, basil seeds or tukmaria and Sabuja seeds. They are a powerhouse of nutrition and packed with immunity-boosting properties. These tiny little seeds are often confused with chia seeds.
- Tukma has anti inflammatory properties. The simplest thing you can do is soak two teaspoons of Basil seeds in water and drink it every day. “They can also be added to sherbets, falooda, smoothies for added benefits",
- Basil seeds are known to be rich in alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), which comes from high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids present in the seeds. These acids help in boosting the fat burning metabolism in the body. It is also full of fibre, so keeps your stomach satisfied for longer and prevents unwanted cravings.
- It is best to have Basil seeds soaked in water on an empty stomach every day. You can also have it with salads, curd or dal.