Now Millets have become a solution to lifestyle disorders, the revolution of grains in the recent times have marked a major policy shift, the government of many states, dieticians and manufacturers have decided to promote millets by-products and brandings like millet vermicelli, cookies, and snacks. Various millets like Bajara, Jowar, and Ragi are catching up awareness for a conscious healthy living. This nutrient-rich grain which is gluten-free and low in glycemic index is making a quick comeback in the Indian agrarian landscape, development agencies and farmers in the past have
“Finger millet” a 4000 Years old cereal, a smart crop of Ethiopian highland introduced to India. An amazing seed which is a natural sapid relaxant that can be roasted with ghee, a sattvic food item that balances Kapha, acts as a lubrication to the mind and the body, structures and governs the balance of body fluid. Rich in vitamins, minerals and fibers, high in protein, high in thiamine, essential amino acids, calcium and iron methionine with a low glycemic index, alk aline and gluten-free, with a dry and light quality,
India ranks number one in the production of Ragi known as finger millet contributing 58% of global production, a whole, and gluten-free grain is grown without pesticides. Packed with minerals, calcium, carbs, and vitamin-D, amino acids, regular consumption will prevent malnutrition. Depression, insomnia, degenerative diseases, and premature aging. A fiber-rich diet that aids the development of a sound mind and body. Ragi can be soaked, sprouted and milled into flour for healthy traditional and a nutritious alternative breakfast, one or two helpings of ragi is safe to consume every day.
The healthy eating habit starts early… As parents, the biggest struggle is to prepare a healthy food for our kids. Wondering, Ragi is too healthy for your kids. You can introduce it to your baby once they complete six months. Ragi prevents malnutrition in babies. It provides an adequate amount of energy. Ragi is extremely nutritious and it helps your kid’s overall health especially for bone development. Eating Ragi is most useful for children during their teething years because of its rich content of calcium, iron and amino acid. Regular