Benefits of ingredients used in Hapup- Part 2

Of the many things parents care about, one of it is prioritising nutritional value in the foods they buy for their children. While they want them to get the right nutrients for their growth and brain development, most of them find it a struggle to find foods that will satiate their taste-buds as well. 

Mealtime battles are a serious issue with kids because they literally turn up their nose at the sight of something healthy. Are you a frazzled parent with a fussy kiddo?

With the aim to combat the challenge of creating nutritional meals for children, Hapup was incepted. 

Whether your child is a picky-eater, a snacker or a try-anything type, Hapup is a beautiful amalgamation of healthy, nutritious and balanced ingredients in a delicious package. 

And, the best part – You can find a recipe booklet inside every pack that can be referred, to prepare meals as per your taste and preference - #MakeItYourOwn

All our products are designed to give your little ones the right amount and mix of nutrients that will lay the foundation of healthy growth. When a child is growing up, healthy eating should be a norm and thus, Hapup fuels this habit.

In our previous blog, we covered a few power ingredients that make Hapup a popular choice among parents. And so in continuation to that, today, we’re here to explore the benefits of a few other grains and pulses hidden inside every nurti-mix: 

  1. Foxtail Millets

A grain that has been grown in India since antiquity, Foxtail Millet is a nutritional powerhouse that is rich in dietary fibre, protein and healthy micros such as vitamins and minerals. It is also low in fat thus aiding in weight loss. It helps the human body in multiple ways and is known to fight diabetes, lower and regulate blood sugar, enhance brain growth and fight cancer. 



   2. Cashews

From heart health to gorgeous hair, cashew is an incredible nut that is high in minerals and has numerous benefits. Consuming a handful of cashews on a daily-basis can reduce the risk of many lifestyle-related health conditions. Since it is packed with powerful antioxidants, it protects the eyes, maintains heart health and is a good source of dietary fibre. It also promotes lustrous locks and supple skin.




   3. Jowar 

Rated among the top five healthy grains in the world, Jowar has lately become the ‘new quinoa’. It contains a good amount of fibre, around 48 per cent that is required by the body on a daily basis. Incorporating jowar in your daily diet can improve digestion, fight free radicals, boost immunity and control blood sugar level.

    4. Cowpeas

Cowpea is every nutritionist’s favourite legume as it contains vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, C, iron, potassium, magnesium, calcium, sodium, zinc, copper, phosphorus and many more vital nutrients. Being an excellent source of dietary fibre and protein, it maintains the standard cholesterol levels in the body. It also reduces the risk of developing heart diseases and keeps the skin and hair healthy thus delaying the signs of ageing. 



If you thought this is all, you’re mistaken. Our mixes have a lot more wonder ingredients which we will explore in our upcoming blogs. Stay tuned!

To enrich your child’s life with a super-food like none other, click here. The myriad of benefits in every package will change the way you prepare healthy meals for your little ones. 


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