Scientific Name: Cycas Revoluta
Sago which is also known as Sagu Dana and Cycas Revoluta, is a starchy substance common to Indian cuisine. It is extracted from the stems of sago palm trees, then processed into small, circular pellets, which are sometimes referred to as pearls. These pearls are commonly used as energy-boosting ingredients in soups, puddings, smoothies, side dishes and main courses. Sago is not a low-calorie food, nor is it a good source of protein and fiber.
Sago is high in carbohydrate content. Carbs fall into the category of macro nutrients, which the body needs in copious amounts for energy and brain function.
Protein is another macro nutrient, but it has a slightly different purpose in the body. It is used for the preservation of all connective tissue, aids with wound healing and helps boost immunity.
Fat is the last of the three macro nutrients. Although fat is much maligned for its detrimental effects on the body, it’s mainly saturated fat that you need to worry about. A high intake is known to promote high cholesterol and heart disease. Sago contains a very low amount of total and saturated fat.
Sago is high in calories. One gram of carbs has 4 calories, which is a big contributor to the overall amount.
The appropriate dose of Sago on several factors such as the user’s age, health, and several other conditions. At this time there is not enough scientific information to determine an appropriate range of doses for Sago. Keep in mind that natural products are not always necessarily safe and dosages can be important. Be sure to follow consult your pharmacist or physician or other healthcare professional before using.
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