Nyama choma is Kenya's unofficial national dish, meaning barbecued meat in the Swahili language. The meat is usually goat or beef, served roasted throughout the country, from roadside shacks to fine restaurants. It is often paired with local beer and side dishes such as ugali. It is a favourite dish among most Kenyans. It is one of highly regarded food due to reasons to known to Kenyans.
While you may think 'nyama choma' is associated with varied risks, it has untold benefits that you need to know.
According to a food scientist and human nutritionist, here are among the benefits you can get from eating 'nyama choma':
Do you need more blood in your body? Well, you can simply boost the level of your red blood vessels by eating more 'nyama choma' often. Iron minerals are known for boosting and promote the development of blood cells. Eating this special delicacy is one way to fend off anaemia.
Roasted meat is a great source of sodium and your body needs this nutrient to balance and maintain the fluid in normal balance. It also ensures the proper functioning of muscles and nerves.
3. Fat and carbohydrates
These nutrients are also present in roasted meat. You don't have to rely on other foods like chicken to get fats and carbohydrates nyama choma can help you to get fats and carbohydrates are also present in it.
4. Vitamin B12
This is another nutrient you can get from the meat. If you need your brain to function properly without the hassle and more blood cells, then you should consider this dish.
5.Rich source of proteins
Nyama choma is High rich in protein and Helps Improve Muscle Mass
Protein is the building block our body uses to repair and make bone, skin, and cartilage. Sufficient protein helps us to build and maintain lean muscle mass. Out of all macronutrients, protein is the most satiating, and it discourages food cravings.
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