Millet is a small cereal and grass crop widely distributed in African and Asian countries. Since immemorial, these small crops have been used for human consumption and animal feed. It is grown mainly in the semi-arid tropics of Africa and Asia, where about 97% of the world's total production is produced.


Health benefits of millet

Millet has been used as food for birds and animals for centuries until the world learned about the health benefits of these super foods. Especially for its wonderful formula rich in nutrients. Millet helps reduce the risk of diseases such as atherosclerosis. Millet, rich in potassium, can act effectively as a vasodilator. In addition, plant lignans contained in millet are converted into animal lignans to fight cancer and other chronic diseases such as coronary artery disease.


Millet can control the sugar content.

Millet is a rich source of magnesium, which helps increase the efficiency of glucose receptors in the body and stimulates insulin levels, which helps maintain a healthy balance of sugar levels in the body. Add flax seeds, Makana, red rice, and black rice to balance the sugar level.


Millet helps digestion

Millet is rich in fibre and is a healthy grain that aids digestion and relieves intestinal problems. It can help with digestive issues and relieve other disorders related to the liver and kidneys, and it can also help reduce the risk of colon cancer. Adding juice and black grapes to your daily diet can help prevent cancer.


Helps remove toxins

Millet Idli contains ingredients such as curcumin, ellagic acid, quercetin and antioxidants that help eliminate foreign substances and free radicals and balance enzymatic reactions in the body that naturally detoxify the blood.


Millet is a grain rich in starch. This means that most of the content is starch. But starches are inherently resistant; they provide energy slowly throughout the day, increase satiety, prevent constipation, lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of colon cancer, so they have less gas formation than other fibres.Pearl millet contains more essential amino acids than most other cereals. African millet has the highest calcium content.


Millet contains phytic acid and thyroid polyphenols, anti-nutrients that block the absorption of essential minerals and can suppress thyroid function and cause goitre. The sprouting can reduce the anti-nutrient content of Millet Dosa.


The most common way to incorporate millet into your diet is to eat millet flour. Dosa, Sheila, Uttapam, Puri and Paratha are common millet flour recipes. Some restaurants in southern India also serve Millet Biriyani, a millet dip. Millets can also be used to prepare Pongal, upma or kichadi.


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