Little Millet Flakes | Samai Avul - 250g

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Amazing Benefits:

  • Battles Cancer Cells
  • Promotes Digestion
  • Fights Inflammation
  • Rich in Micronutrients


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Start your morning right with our Millet flakes. Best with milk - hot or cold!"

Even while relishing our staples like rice and wheat, we went back to searching for traditional foods and recipes, and voila! We discovered that our ancestors ate - Millets.

Undoubtedly, we have become very aware of millets in the last few years and suddenly this bland,

And they are not bland in taste anymore. Here's a trendsetter and kicky product for all ages from children to the aged. Yes, the millet flakes!

Millet flakes are obtained by crushing the whole grain of millets - one of the oldest cereals grown by man. They are characterized by crunchiness and neutral taste. They are also universal! They will prove themselves not only in the form of an actual meal but also as an addition to the healthy cookies and bars, it makes them more and more valued.

Millet Flakes Price & Specifications

Product Name:Millet Flakes | Samai Avul
Quantity:250 Gm
GST / Tax:59.00 (Price Inclusive of all Taxes)
Ingredient Type:Vegetarian
Specialty:No Preservatives, No Genetic Engineering
Place of Origin:Madurai, TamilNadu - India
Storage Instructions:Store in a cool & dry place
Item Package Quantity:175 Gm
Certification:FSSAI No 12419012000177
Serving Recommendation:Suitable for Cooking
Package Information:Wrapped in Carton Box with Zero Breakage
Maximum Shelf Life:6 Months

Millet Flakes Meaning / Regional Names of  Millet Flakes

Scientific Name:Panicum sumatrense
Millet Flakes In English:Little millet flakes
Millet Flakes In Tamil:Saamai avul flakes
Millet Flakes In Malayalam:Chama flakes
Millet Flakes In Telugu:Samalu/ sama flakes
Millet Flakes In Kannada:Saame/ save flakes
Millet Flakes In Hindi:Kutki/ shavan flakes
Millet Flakes In Konkani:Sama/ varai flakes
Millet Flakes In Marathi:Sava/ halvi/ vari flakes

A well-balanced meal is a slice in both hands

Millet is a whole grain that's packed with protein, antioxidants, and nutrients. It has numerous health benefits, such as helping lower your blood sugar and cholesterol levels. Plus, it's gluten-free making it an excellent choice for people who have celiac disease.

Millet flakes are naturally gluten-free products, but when choosing their product, people suffering from celiac diseases and gluten intolerance should pay attention to the presence of the special signs on the label, because millet flakes may be contaminated with gluten during the production process.

Millet flakes are recommended for overweight and obese people. They can also play an important part in the slimming diet. They are a product that increases the feeling of satiety, thus extending the time of feeling fed!

Millet flakes should also include in the diet, people with a digestive problems. For example, for those who deal with flatulence, constipation, indigestion, and people on an easily digestible diet.

 Types of Millets

Millets are one of the oldest cultivated grains in the world and have been grown throughout Africa and Southeast Asia for thousands of years. Millets can be used to make bread, beer, cereal, and other dishes.

Even today, millets are a staple food around the world. Millets are gaining renewed popularity because of how versatile and easy to grow it is.

This crop is divided into two categories - major and minor millets, with major millets being the most popular or commonly cultivated varieties.

 Major Millets include

  • Pearl Millet
  • Foxtail Millet
  • Proso Millet
  • Finger Millet

 Minor Millets include

  • Kodo Millet
  • Barnyard Millet
  • Little Millet
  • Guinea Millet
  • Browntop Millet
  • Fonio Millet
  • Adlay Millet

Foxtail Millet

Foxtail millet loaded with protein and complex carbohydrates regulate blood sugar spikes, diminished bad cholesterol levels (LDL), and increases good cholesterol levels (HDL) in the body. While being rich in iron and calcium maintains healthy blood levels and strengthens bones.

Finger Millet

Finger millet, also known as Ragi, is a healthier cereal alternative for rice and wheat. It is a gluten-free grain loaded with protein and amino acids that promote growth and boosts brain health in children.

Pearl Millet

Pearl millet or Bajra abounds with minerals such as calcium, magnesium, iron is valuable in uplifting overall health. An immense amount of protein and dietary fibre helps in managing diabetes and supports weight loss.

Little Millet

Little or kutki is a great millet option for all those fitness enthusiasts, as it serves as a healthy tweak for rice. Bestowed with fibre and minerals such as potassium, zinc, iron, and calcium and vitamin B3 supports fat metabolism, tissue repair, reduces cholesterol and energy production.

Nutritional Value of Millet Flakes

Like most cereals, millets a starchy grain - meaning that it's rich in carbs. Notably, it also packs several vitamins and minerals.

One cup of cooked millet flakes (174 grams) :

  • Calories - 207
  • Carbs - 41 grams
  • Fiber - 2.2 grams
  • Phosphorus - 25 percent of the Daily value
  • Magnesium - 19 percent of the DV
  • Folate - 8 percent of the DV
  • Iron - 6 percent of the DV

What's more, finger millets boast the highest calcium content of all cereal grains, providing 13 percent of the daily value per one cooked cup (100 grams).

Let us know the holistic nutritional benefits these millets flakes offer if included in your daily diet!

7 Health Benefits of Millet Flakes 

1. Regulates Blood Glucose Levels

Millets when compared to wheat and maize, are high in nutrients, gluten-free, and have a low glycemic index of 54 - 68. The presence of a high amount of dietary fiber, and proteins with all essential amino acids, vitamins, and minerals helps in stabilizing the blood sugar levels. Millets can be a part of a healthy diet for diabetic patients that prevent blood sugar spikes and promote insulin sensitivity.

2. Help in Weight Loss

Millets are boon for all weight watchers who want to shed those extra kilos. Including millets in the regular regimen like millet flour or having millet for breakfast can remarkably help in lowering the BMI of obese people. Swapping rice with millets daily can lower the accumulation of fat, improves gut health, and help you in achieving sustained weight loss.

3. Good for Heart

Millets are loaded with an impressive profile of antioxidants that include beta-glucans, flavonoids, anthocyanidins, tannins, lignans, and policosanols. These antioxidants play a critical role in lowering LDL Cholesterol, and total Cholesterol and help to maintain the blood vessels healthy and clear off the clots, thereby lowering the risk of heart diseases and stroke.

4. Battles Cancer Cells

Millets such as foxtail and pro so varieties are proven by research to be effective in inhibiting the growth of cancerous cells in various tissues. The phytochemicals in millets exhibit ant proliferative effects and lower the formation of cancer cells in the colon, breast, and liver without causing any damage to normal cells.

5. Promotes Digestion

The presence of a good amount of dietary fiber in millets works well to improve the digestive system function. It combats constipation, flatulence, bloating, cramping, regularizes bowel function and improves the overall health of other vital organs like the liver, kidney, and boosts the immune system.

6. Fights Inflammation

Millets are high in antioxidants which are known to fight inflammation and is considered a leading cause of all metabolic diseases.

7. Rich in Micronutrients

Millet contains zinc, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, manganese, calcium, selenium, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, folate, vitamin B6, Vitamin E, fatty acids, and amino acids.

Daily Requirement of Millet Flakes

100 grams of Millet provides 35 percent of the daily requirement of copper. A quarter-cup serving of dry millets contains:

  • Calories - 189
  • Protein - 6 grams
  • Fat - 2 grams
  • Carbohydrates - 36 grams
  • Fiber - 4 grams
  • Sugarless than 1gram

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