Surprisingly, this is something most people don’t know but both the chickpeas have same nutrients present in them, but the amount of nutrients differ in both of them. Black chickpeas are slightly higher in protein and fibre than white chickpeas, and they also contain more iron, folate, and antioxidants. On the other hand, white chickpeas are slightly lower in calories and carbohydrates than black chickpeas, making them a good choice for those who are watching their calorie intake. For example, the amount of fibre in Kabuli Chana is 12 grams per 100 grams while the Black Chana has more fibre which amounts to 18 grams. Likewise, if we talk about protein, then it is 8 grams in white chickpeas while and in black chickpeas, one can get about 10 grams of protein. Apart from this, many other nutrients are also more in black gram than in white gram. Overall, if we talk on the basis of nutrients, then the consumption of black gram is considered more beneficial as the Glycemic Index (GI) of this gram is very low.