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Millets – Pay less and stay strong

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Millets

Millet is an ancient grain which is highly variable seeded grasses. Millet belongs to Poaceae family also known as the grass family. It Has been harvested in different parts of the world more noticeable in the south and east Asia and west and east Africa.

Millets
Crop Of the Future

Nutrition Present In Millets:

Millet is a small round seed which is rich with minerals like iron, calcium, copper, magnesium, phosphorus, selenium and potassium, as well as vitamins like pantothenic, folate, niacin, riboflavin and vitamin B6, C, E and K. It is more potential for fiber content.

Pearl Millet
A Farmer Cultivating Pearl Millet

Countries with Largest Producers :

China, India and Nigeria are the largest producers of millet crops in the world. Before for many years, India was a major producer of millets.

However, in recent years millet production in Africa increased dramatically.

Jowar
Jowar Fields Near the Highway

Types of Millet:

The term ‘Millet’ is actually called as grass. Millets are consisting of several types of small-seeded grass.

  • Pearl millet
  • Finger millet
  • Proso millet
  • Barnyard millet
  • Foxtail millet
  • Little millet
  • Kodo millet

Benefits:

  • Pearl Millets are rich in antioxidants.
  • Ragi are rich in fibre, hence they can control blood sugar.
  • Soluble fiber in Proso Millets can lower the risk of cholesterol.
  • Glutens are present in Millets, hence it can avoid diarrhoea and other digestive related diseases.
  • It is an whole grain food because it contains proteins, carbohydrates, fats and other nutrients.
Millets Benefits
Pay Less, Stay Healthy – Millets

Anu Hey there! I am a recent addition to the world of technology and marketing. Technology has always excited me and I am here to learn and develop in the industry and facilitate enterprises market and communicate better. Pursuing M.B.A from Madras University, I like to introduce myself as an apolitical, yet, informed-opinionated person. Surfing is my hobby and being foodie is my passion. Currently working with Karaas Group.

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