Redefining the Meaning of the Pickles

Pickles are an inevitable part of the Indian cuisine. It’s hard to imagine an Indian refectory table without pickles, because it have penetrated so much into the conditioned minds of everyone. It contains a number of nutrients our body uses to survive: dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals. However, studies depicts, 90% of the pickles available at the market uses substandard ingredients and may be problematic to everyone, especially BP patients. Athey Nallatha is very much concerned with this aspect of pickles and make sure that even regular use will be beneficial. We are redefining the utility of pickles, to more of a healthy variant in every dining table.

The well-known health benefits are the following:

  • Pickles offer a great source of Vitamin K, a crucial component for proper bone health.

  • Fermented pickles get the green light for being gut-friendly as well as an anti-inflammatory, while non-fermented pickles can have the advantage of lower blood sugar, thanks to their vinegar content.

  • Stable blood glucose levels can help prevent feelings of intense hunger. Preventing blood glucose spikes is also critical to the health of people with diabetes.

  • Pickles improve digestion: The ingredients used in making pickles are filled with antioxidants especially those which are vitamins C Rich. Even unfermented pickles are rich in vitamins such as vitamin K and vitamin A. It’s a great source of vitamins and minerals.

  • It can make any simple food spicy and delicious.

  • It can be stored for a longer duration.

  • The main benefit of pickles is that some pickles contain probiotic bacteria.

  • Pickles are fat-free and low in calories, but they are also low in most other nutrients, except for sodium.

  • Some research suggests that pickles may help with muscle cramps. Researchers found that participants who drank pickle juice rapidly gained relief from their cramps.

  • Pickles can boost your intake of antioxidants. The natural antioxidants found in all fruits and vegetables help in the fight against free radicals. Free radicals are unstable chemicals that form naturally in the body and are linked to problems such as heart disease and cancer.

  • Regular consumption of pickles prepared from Indian gooseberry and amla can reduce ulcers.

Ordinary pickles may be low in calories, most are very high in sodium—which can be a problem if you don’t eat them in moderation. This is because they use second quality resources and just to gloss-over the reality, they use large quantity of salt. We at Athey Nallatha, with a good community of mothers, have begun revolutionizing and breaking the existing meaning, utility and standards of pickles for its consumption. For us, pickle is not just an appetizer, but it’s sometimes a good gift, a good condiment, and sometimes, they are even an expression of love and goodness. We are very much specific in resourcing high quality fish, meat, fruits and vegetables; not only are they toxic free, but also high quality and fresh.

Athey Nallatha evaluates things in a balanced way by taking their health benefits and avoiding its bad effects. Our pickle sodium content is minimalist. Packaged pickles are contained with preservatives that can increase the triglyceride levels in your body. As you know, high triglyceride levels can be a bad news for your health as they can lead to risk of several health problems. This is not true for our pickles. Athey Nallatha’s declared motto is to equip every kitchen with highest and healthiest quality Pickles replacing the substandard culture of pickles via careful selection ; handpicked, sorted and refined to ensure their quality and freshness, because 87% of the people in the country are pickle consumers.

Our healthier versions of your gourmet pickles are bound to taste different, you will be able to indulge in using them more freely, without posing a guilt to your appetite and unnecessary hazards to your health. By selectively taking its benefits and avoiding its demerits our gourmet fusion premium pickles are a variety of its own. It allows you to continue your pickle habit of pickle intake without any harm. It will be your best bet for a healthier pickle life. Happy pickling!