Fried Grams or Dry roasted chana are typically eaten as a snack in India. The nutritional data proves chickpeas to be an amazing source of protein, fiber, folate, minerals and fatty acids. This snack is low in fat and packed with energy, and it works well to satisfy hunger, keeping blood sugar levels stable. They are best consumed as it is as a protein rich mid meal snacks. They are naturally fat-free. Roasted chana helps lower your risk of heart disease and may reduce your risk of colon cancer.They are highly involved in to keep blood sugar low as the carbohydrate present in them takes the longer time to digest and hence it has a low GI which makes them a suitable snack for diabetics. They are added as a protein boost to meals without introducing meat or unnecessary fat to the dish. Roasted chana contains 6 grams of dietary fiber or 22 percent of the recommended daily requirement of 28 grams. Dietary fiber encourages regular bowel movements, prevents constipation and lessens the risk of heart disease. They are also a good source of calcium, potassium, and magnesium. They are also saturated fat-free, and sodium-free edible gram that is more beneficial than any other.As you can see from above picture that they are good source of protien and contain very less fats and also they have :
*no saturated fats
*low in sodium
So you can supplement your diet by adding them as healthy snacks.