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Organic Parboiled Mixed millet

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Description

Mixed Millets is the healthy, gluten-free,vegan breakfast recipe made with multiple millets and legumes plus we can also say this is instant dosa if we don't consider soaking time.


Nutritional Value

Nutritional quality of food is a key element in maintaining human over all physical well-being because nutritional well-being is a sustainable force for health and development and maximization of human genetic potential.


Health Benefits

·        Millet are considered as wholegrain and are rich in fiber and phytonutrients which helps against many forms of cancer.

·        High in protein Millets are an excellent source of nutrition for vegetarians.

·        Magnesium and Vitamin B present in Millets help reduce Blood pressure and control the cholesterol levels.

·        The other minerals such as Phosphorous in the grains help in fat metabolism and body tissue repair.

·        Complex carbohydrates in the grains make it a low GI food, which is good to control diabetes.


Nutritional facts

In ½ Cup

·        Calories                       104Kcal

·        Total Fat                      0.5g

·        Magnesium                 38mg

·        Total Carbohydrate    21mg

·        Cholesterol                 0mg

·        Sodium                        2mg

·        Potassium                   0mg

·        Protein                         3g


History

In the United States, millet is used mainly for fodder and bird seed, but this nutritious grain is a staple in the diets of a large portion of the world's population, including Africa and Asia. It has been cultivated for about 6,000 years. There are several varieties of millet available throughout the world. In Ethiopia, it is used to make porridge; in India, to make roti (a traditional bread); and in the Caribbean, it is cooked with peas and beans.

 

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