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Shed Fat With 5 Types of Healthy Chapati for Weight Loss

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Getting tired of making rotis every day? Of course not...who could be?

But, that doesn’t mean you wouldn’t mind some variety once in a while.

Well, we’ve got some great news for you. Your Rotimatic can make a whole lot more than just rotis for Indian meals.

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Are Rotis Healthier Than Rice? Let’s Put This Age-Old Debate to Rest

Rotimatic has made whole wheat flatbread consumption much simpler, and its growing number shows that users are choosing rotis over its alternative – rice – more.

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We Indians love our rotis and chapatis, don't we? Especially those hot and fresh chapatis that taste like home anywhere, anytime. Even if you’re trying to lose weight, you might not want to give up on that pleasure. And, you don't have to. You see, the obstacle to your weight loss journey is wheat and refined flour. They are high in carbs and calories and will not help you in your weigh t loss journey. 

One cup of maida (Refined Wheat Flour) has 455 calories, and one cup of wheat flour has 407 calories. That means 1 roti made with refined flour has 120 calories and 1 roti made from wheat flour also has 120 calories. Although that may make you think there is no difference between the two, that’s not true. Wheat has high fiber content and is more nutritious than refined flour. 

But you can ditch both and use a variety of healthier alternatives to make different kinds of healthy chapati for weight loss. These flours are more nutritious alternatives to wheat flour or refined flour.

So the bottom line? Cut those extra calories out of your chapatis by replacing wheat or refined flour with healthier alternatives. 

If you’d like to know how many calories you should eat in a day to lose weight, check out this handy dandy calculator: How Many Calories Should You Eat? Weight Loss Calculator.

An ideal daily intake of calories usually depends on age, metabolism, and physical activity levels. Typically, the recommended daily calorie intake is 2,000 calories a day for women and 2,500 for men. But it differs from person to person, so give that calculator a try. 

Now, let's get into the dough.

Wheat Flour Alternatives to Make Healthy Chapati for Weight Loss.

Give these alternate flours a try, and maybe you will find your new favorite chapati, which will not only be delicious but also help you shed that stubborn fat.

1. Ragi Chapati for Weight Loss

Ragi's expansive nutrient content includes various macro & micronutrients, essential fats, proteins, vitamins, and minerals. Ragi chapatis are also delicious if prepared right. 

Ragi's nutritional value per 100g in its flour form, as per the data provided by Nutrionix, is 354 kcal as opposed to 455 kcal in refined flour and 407 kcal in wheat flour. 

1 ragi roti has 94 kcal compared to 1 wheat or refined flour roti, which has 120 calories. 

Why Choose Ragi Chapati for Weight Loss?

  • Completely gluten-free 
  • Good for diabetics 
  • Good for heart health
  • A rich source of Calcium 
  • Keeps your digestion system healthy

2. Bajra Rotis for Weight Loss

Bajra belongs to the millet seed family and is a widely consumed staple food across India. Bajra flour can be used to prepare delicious, fluffy, and healthy chapati for weight loss. 

Bajra's nutritional value per 100g in its flour form, as per the data provided by FatSecret, is 361 kcal as opposed to 455 kcal in refined flour and 407 kcal in wheat flour. 

1 bajra roti has 106 kcal compared to 1 wheat or refined flour roti, which has 120 calories. 

Why Choose Bajra Rotis for Weight Loss?

  • Helps in weight management
  • Improves digestion
  • Helps in maintaining a healthy heart
  • Bajra is entirely gluten-free
  • Helps prevent anemia
  • Helps in fighting cancers
  • Helps in managing diabetes

3. Quinoa Roti for Weight Loss

Quinoa is a good source of nutrients and minerals, including folate, magnesium, zinc, and iron, and is high in fiber. Adding fiber-rich foods like quinoa to your diet can support your digestive health by stimulating bowel movements and fueling healthy bacteria in your gut. Eating a high-fiber diet can help you maintain healthy body weight and fiber also promotes the feeling of fullness. 

According to the data provided by USDA, quinoa's nutritional value per 100g in its flour form is 120 kcal as opposed to 455 kcal in refined flour and 407 kcal in wheat flour. 

1 quinoa roti has 75 kcal compared to 1 wheat or refined flour roti, which has 120 calories. 

Why Choose Quinoa Roti for Weight Loss?

  • Contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds
  • Higher in fiber than many grains
  • Great for people with gluten intolerance
  • A good source of protein
  • Has beneficial effects on metabolic health
  • High in essential vitamins and minerals and packed with nutrients

4. Besan Roti for Weight Loss

Besan flour, also known as chickpea flour, is a great alternative to refined wheat flour, as it is lower in calories and rich in protein and fiber. It has culinary properties similar to wheat flour and is great for people with celiac disease, gluten intolerance, or wheat allergy.

Besan's nutritional value per 100g in its flour form, as per the data provided by Nutritionix, is 300 kcal as opposed to 455 kcal in refined flour and 407 kcal in wheat flour. 

1 besan roti has 104 kcal compared to 1 wheat or refined flour roti, which has 120 calories.

Why Choose Besan Roti for Weight Loss?

  • Rich in vitamins and minerals
  • Helps relieve constipation
  • High in Iron
  • Good for your heart
  • Fights allergies
  • Lowers diabetes

5. Oats Roti for Weight Loss

Oats are considered beneficial for people with diabetes as they slow sugar release in the blood, preventing any sudden spikes. Adding oat-roti to your meals is a good option for all weight watchers, regardless of whether you are diabetic. It is high in many nutrients, including healthy carbs and fiber.

As per the data provided by USDA, oats' nutritional value per 100g in its flour form is 389 kcal as opposed to 455 kcal in refined flour and 407 kcal in wheat flour. 

1 oats roti has 88 kcal compared to 1 wheat or refined flour roti, which has 120 calories.

Why Choose Oats Roti for Weight Loss?

  • Oats can improve blood sugar control
  • Can lower cholesterol
  • Oats contain a robust soluble fiber that is good for digestion
  • Whole oats are rich in antioxidants

Although wheat chapatis are common in Indian households, it may be beneficial to consider switching to alternative flours to make healthy chapati for weight loss. You can use multiple flours and mix and match according to your tastes and preferences to make multi-grain chapatis too. 

What if We Told You Anyone Could Make Rotis and Chapatis by Just Pressing a Few Buttons?

We understand your hesitation about using alternative flours. Despite their numerous health benefits, many people still choose wheat or refined flour, and one of the main reasons is that making rotis using flours like bajra and jowar isn't as easy as making rotis with regular wheat or refined flour. We also understand that bajra and jowar flours make preparing the dough very difficult. Then rolling it out and cooking it without breaking the roti is another annoyance.

But you don't need to worry about all that.

In fact, you don't even need to be a master chef to make healthy rotis with bajra and jowar flours.

We've got you covered there. 

Rotimatic is the world's first fully automated roti-maker, bringing healthy eating back to roti-loving Indian households worldwide with A.I.-powered and IoT technology. Rediscover homemade traditions with our smart, all-in-one, super convenient roti-maker. We have spent 14 years understanding how rotis and chapatis are made, so every roti and chapati tastes just like home, or dare we say, even better!

A Few Outstanding Features of Rotimatic:

  • Fresh rotis every 90 seconds
  • Customize thickness, roast, and oil level
  • It also comes with Puri base, Pizza base, Bajra roti, Jowar roti, and many more recipes
  • Unlimited software upgrades

There is no greater gift than knowing your loved ones are staying healthy and happy. This can also be a great gift for your parents back home if you don't live with them. Having a reliable means to cook homemade healthy food is a blessing to anyone now more than ever.

And we want to make it as easy as possible to bring home a Rotimatic; hence we offer attractive installment plans as well.

In fact, you can calculate how much you can save with Rotimatic by reducing processed rotis, eating out, and takeaways on our website

To taste the magic of a perfect roti without the messy work, check out the fully automatic roti maker here: Rotimatic.

 

Reviews: what are existing users saying?
Its such a delight to hear from our customers how their lives have been transformed with the arrival of Rotimatic: how happy they are to be able to replace frozen options (or indeed making rotis themselves) with this smart...

Getting tired of making rotis every day? Of course not...who could be?

But, that doesn’t mean you wouldn’t mind some variety once in a while.

Well, we’ve got some great news for you. Your Rotimatic can make a whole lot more than just rotis for Indian meals.