Following the modernised development of India, our nation has lost a lot of meaningful things. In between, food changes have been the biggest changes as well as losses among us. Millets have been discarded for a long time since it is too old and primitive to be used. And now we are here with a successful production and delivery of healthy millets to your doorstep!
The unique characteristics of millets are worth of reams and barnyard millets is no exception!
Barnyard millets (kuthiraivali) are one of the super meals which serve our ancestors with rich medical advantages. It is called jhangora in Hindi, Odalu in Telugu, Shyama in Bengali and Oodhalu in Kannada. Millets are staple foods of Indians which are also consumed during the religious fasting period. It provides all sorts of nutrition at the end of the fasting. No wonder barnyard millets are called miracle grains because they have high nutritional values when compared to rice and wheat.
|GST / Tax:||82.00 (Price Inclusive of all Taxes)|
|Specialty:||No Preservatives, No Genetic Engineering|
|Country of Origin:||Erode, TamilNadu - India|
|Storage Instructions:||Store in a cool & dry place|
|Item Package Quantity:||500 GM /1 KG / 3 KG / 10 KG|
|Certification:||FSSAI No 12419012000177|
|Maximum Shelf Life:||3 - 4 Weeks|
|Processing Type:||Fresh Kuthiraivali|
|Highlights:||1. 100% Pure & 100% Natural |
2. No Chemicals, No Preservations
3. Gluten-free and a staple in South India.
Vernacular Names / Meaning
|Scientific Name:||Arachis hypogaea|
What Is Special About Standard Millets?
Being one of the best millet sellers in Tamilnadu, we are experienced in the sourcing of millets from our vast network of millets cultivation farmers. The hygienically cultivated millets are directly brought from the farmer's gate and no artificial flavours, preservatives are added. We deliver the millets with high-quality packaging which delivers freshness along with it.
When you need pure quality millet at a reasonable price, there's no need to look elsewhere. Our Standard Coldpressed Oil team can help you with a bulk order of millets too!
Barnyard millets are widely grown cereal in the regions of India, Pakistan and Nepal. It is an erect plant which is 60-130 CMS long. It is cultivated on marginal lands which don't require more irrigation facilities and well fertile soil. The grains are cooked with rice and also boiled with water and milk.
Nature, Colour And Taste
They are tiny white millets belonging to the millet family. Barnyard millets are sweet in taste. They are used in porridges and seem to be likely sticky when they are used to make upma, khichdi and pulao during fasting. It can be also added with dosa, idli batter and chapati dough.
1. Prevents Anaemia
Barnyard millets contain high levels of proteins when compared to other millets and grains. Being a good source of iron, it aids in increasing the haemoglobin content of the body thereby preventing iron deficiency anaemia. Having low levels of haemoglobin leads to iron deficiency anaemia which can cause fatigue, pallor and weight loss.
2. Lower Blood Sugar Levels
The carbohydrate content present in barnyard millets is very low and slowly digestible, making the barnyard millets as a low glycemic index food. A study published in the journal of food science and technology showed that the consumption of millets can reduce blood sugar levels.
3. Prevents constipation
It is an excellent source of soluble and insoluble fibre which stimulate peristalsis and add bulk to your stools thereby preventing constipation.
4. Gluten-Free Food
Barnyard millets are gluten-free diet which manages the signs and symptoms of celiac disease. Celiac disease is a conduit in which the gluten triggers the immune system activity which triggers the lining of the small intestine.
5. Low In Calories
So, do you want to shed a few pounds without controlling your hunger? The carbohydrate content of barnyard millets is quite low. Low-calorie diets like barnyard millets induce metabolic changes that consume energy and prevent weight loss.
6. Good Source of Proteins
Barnyard millets are a good source of protein which build and repair tissues and also uses protein to make enzymes, hormones and other body chemicals. Proteins help to bolster the immune system, maintain the PH of the body and store nutrients.
7. Control Increasing Cholesterol Levels
The iron content present in barnyard millets helps to promote blood and improve your heart. This lowers the triglycerides levels thus preventing cardiovascular disease.
8. Improves Digestion
The amount of dietary fibre present in barnyard millets helps the regulation of digestion process making the food to digest easier and also cleanse the colon.
Can we eat millets everyday?
Millets are nutritious, non glutinous foods thus making them easy to digest. Experts suggest that millets should be part of your daily regular diet.
Does millet make you fat?
Millets are very low in calories but loaded with magnesium, fibre and bioactive compounds. Millets make you fuller in a short time and this aids weight loss.
Are millets better than rice and wheat?
Compared to rice and wheat, millets are 6 times more nutritious than wheat and controls cholesterol as well as blood sugar levels.
Get our best quality millets for a reasonable price Cuz you don't need to think many times to grow up healthy and these millets are absolutely worth it! One of the oldest foods known to humans, this can be forgotten in between but is definitely receiving a good comeback for our plates.