Ancient Grains Organic Kodo Millet 1kg
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PharmEasy does not provide any guarantee or warranty (express or implied) regarding the accuracy, adequacy, completeness, legality, reliability or usefulness of the information; and disclaims any liability arising thereof. Millets have harder structures and does not breakdown easily in the digestive system, keeping you far enough away from unhealthy eating habits. Many carbohydrates such as rice and wheat are easy to breakdown once consumed, leaving a person hungry within few hours of their meal. Kodo millets are highly nutritious due to the presence of carbohydrates, proteins, dietary fibres, vitamins like niacin, riboflavin and minerals like calcium, iron and phosphors. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.
Being naturally rich in fiber, millets also help to reduce problems like constipation, flatulence, bloating and stomach cramping. Low glycemic index – Which means that Kodo millets release glucose/energy slowly, over a longer period of time and thus helps in sugar control. The Millet nutrition details have already been discussed at length in my previous posts using millet recipes.
In my own viewpoint, this humble grain is not only delicious but also has some surprising health benefits.
Literature shows that the consumption of kodo millets may have the potential to manage bacterial infections.Another mistake is to throw away the red or muddy water; with it, the minerals and antioxidants are also lost. Top OTC Products: Baidyanath Drakshasava (special) Dabur Shilajit Vitality Capsules Neurobion Forte Tablet Baidyanath Vita-ex Gold Plus Capsules Prebiotics And Probiotics Arachitol Nano 60k Sugar Aptivate Pineapple Appetite Stimulating Syrup Hexilak Ultra Advanced Scar Gel Pro Pl Vanilla Powder Eno Fruit Lemon Salt Sachet Caladryl Skin Allergy Lotion Himalaya Liv. Millets are the immediate best alternatives to replace with their unhealthy peers, reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases by a good measure. As a result there seems to be a huge wave of finding exciting alternatives, surprisingly nothing new it seems as they were already known to our elders who were consuming these millets in various forms but largely as porridge. Kodo millet contains phytochemicals such as phytic acid, which lowers cholesterol, and phytate, which is linked to lower cancer risk.