Multi Millet Noodles | Mixed Dhaniyam Noodles | Mixed Millet Noodles - 175 Gm

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Contains No Maida, No Added MSG, No Preservatives, Rich in Fibre, Sun-Dried, Helps Weight Loss

INGREDIENTS: Multi-Millets Flour, Whole Wheat Flour, Salt, Cluster Bean Powder

TASTEMAKER: Clove, Coriander, Ginger, Cinnamon, Cumin, Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Tomato Powder, Salt & Sugar

COOKING PROCEDURE:
  • Boil 600 ML water with vegetables and little oil.
  • Add the 175 grams of noodles & tastemaker.
  • Cook for a few minutes in an open pan & occasionally stirs it.
  • Serve without draining excess water.
  • Shelf Life: 9 Months

SERVES: 3-4 persons (approx.)

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Introduction

What is a staple food? We are familiar with this term since our school days, right?

To go by the literal definition, the staple food is what is consumed by people routinely and constitutes a dominant portion of one’s diet.

Since time immemorial, the staple food in the Indian diet has been rice and wheat. But in recent years with more research done on food and its health benefits, it might be time to break this bubble. Pure rice or wheat diet may not be really healthy for you, especially since adulteration of products is on a high than ever before.

So what’s the solution? 

Millets. Ever heard of them? They are a really ancient food, way older than rice or wheat, found in abundance in countries like Africa, India, etc. Their popularity went down with the onset of rice, wheat, and other grains. But they are making a come-back now, thanks to an increasingly health-conscious population. Millets are of different types with each having its unique benefits.

Imagine this. What if we have a dish made out of all kinds of millets. Wouldn’t that be the most powerful food? What if this is in the form of something we all love - Noodles? Yes, you heard that right. Introducing the Multi Millet or Mixed Dhaniyam Noodles, the new superfood in town!

Multi Millet Noodles  Price & Specifications

Product Name:Multi Millet Noodles
Quantity:175 Gm
Price:60.00
GST / Tax:60.00 (Price Inclusive of all Taxes)
Ingredient Type:Vegetarian
Cuisine:Indian
Specialty:No Preservatives, No Genetic Engineering
Brand:Standard
Place of Origin:Madurai, TamilNadu - India
Storage Instructions:Store in a cool & dry place
Item Package Quantity:175 Gm
Certification:FSSAI No 12419012000177
Form:Fresh
Serving Recommendation:Suitable for Cooking
Package Information:Wrapped in Carton Box with Zero Breakage
Maximum Shelf Life:6 Months

About Multi Millet Noodles

It is always difficult to keep a tab on our nutritional intake. Some days the protein intake is high, some days it is the carbs! But it is always necessary to have a balanced diet every day for a healthy body. The Multi Millet Noodles does this job of picking the best of all worlds and delivering it in a single bowl. What’s more awesome than this!

So what exactly are Millets?

They are small, coarse grains obtained from the millet plant that has the ability to grow in the harshest of conditions, whether it is arid or cold. They require minimal care and are fast-growing. Planting to the harvesting of millets can happen in around 70 days! They are a storehouse of nutrients, highly fibrous and gluten-free. 

The Multi Millet Noodles contain the flour of Finger Millet (Ragi), Barnyard Millet, Proso Millet, Pearl Millet (Bajra), and Little Millet.

Nutritional Value of Multi Millet Noodles

Now that we know the Multi Millet Noodles is made out of 5 different types of millets, can you guess the amount of nutrition a pack of it can have? It sounds beyond imagination, right? 

Well, here we have tried to bring together the nutritional benefits. 

Read on to get your minds blown!

 
Protein  
9 gm
Carbohydrates58.4 g
Energy444 kcal
Fat19.0 g
Sugar1.8 g
Calcium27.6 g
Iron2.10 mg
Cholesterol0.0 mg
Saturated Fat9.0 mg

Health Benefits of Millet

Interestingly, millets are known as the ‘poor man’s food grain’ because of their low price. But do not get deceived by the name, it is not poor in nutrition and they are for all!

Let’s take a look at the amazing benefits offered by Multi Millet.

Keep Blood Sugar Under Control

Millets have a very low glycemic index. Being a rich source of fiber, proteins, and amino acids, they help prevent spikes in blood sugar levels by releasing sugar in very small quantities into the bloodstream.

For a Smart Heart

The antioxidants present in millets increase the good cholesterol (HDL) in the body and reduce the bad cholesterol (LDL) thus keeping the heart, heart vessels, arteries, etc safe from conditions like heart attacks, stroke, etc.

For a Healthy Stomach

Bloating, diarrhea, constipation. The list of stomach troubles can go on and on. But now, we have a one-stop solution to all gut problems - the Multi Millets. They regulate bowel movements and improve the overall quality of the liver, kidney, etc.

Aids in Weight Loss

For people who are trying to reduce their weight, there is nothing better than consuming at least one millet-rich meal daily. Millets contain an amino acid that lowers appetite. The fiber in them also gives a feeling of fullness, thus reducing the intake of food or over-eating.

Breast Milk Production

For pregnant and lactating women, millets are an excellent option as they help increase the amount of breast milk. In Millets, Ragi or Finger Millet is especially advised for pregnant women.

For a Good Sleep

We all know how important it is to get good, sound sleep. A lack of sleep is the cause of a lot of diseases like blood pressure, stress, anxiety, etc. The amino acids found in millets help relax the body. A bowl of millet porridge at night is all you need for that long, awaited peaceful sleep.

Gluten-Free

Being free of gluten, millets are anytime a better option than rice or wheat, which contains gluten in them. For people suffering from gluten-sensitive issues like celiac disease, a millet diet is very beneficial.

Side-Effects of Millets

If there are positives, it is a given that there will be negatives as well, right? Over-consumption of millets is bad for your thyroid gland and interferes with the production of thyroid hormones. So always make sure to consume millets in moderate amounts or else all positives will get canceled out!

Where to Buy Multi Millet Noodles

It is often said that healthy food is expensive. But is it really? Millets have always been around us for such a long time and they have been ignored. But it is time we made millets the ‘everyman’s food grain’.

At Standard Cold Processed Oil, our mission is to make healthy food accessible to everyone. Not just health, the taste is an equally important priority which is why we have combined the best of all from the Millet family and made the Multi Millet or Mixed Dhaniyam Noodles.

Better be late than never. Order your packets now at the most affordable prices Here.

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