Millets were widely known as bird food before we realised their other health benefits. Because they can easily withstand dry and high temperatures with less irrigation or electricity, less or no pesticides or fertilisers are needed to develop and this makes them the best alternative for rice and wheat.
Buy Varagu online from Standard brand at the best price & fresh quality. Varagu is also known as kodo millet
Millets have been discarded for a long time because it's old, but now it's having a very visible public comeback. And now we're here to offer 100% high-quality millets to your doorstep at a fair price!
As everyone would know, millets are highly nutritious and Kodo millets are no exception! It is a good source of nutrients, fibre and vitamin not only making a better source of energy but maintains weight for adults and fulfils dietary needs for everyone!
Kodo Millets Price & Specifications
|Product Name:||Varagu / Kodo Millets|
|GST / Tax:||74.00 (Price Inclusive of all Taxes)|
|Specialty:||No Preservatives, No Genetic Engineering|
|Place of Origin:||Madurai, 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 Varagu|
|Highlights:||1. 100% Pure & 100% Natural |
2. No Chemicals, No Preservations
3. Gluten-free and a staple in South India
Kodo Millet Meaning / Regional Names of Kodo Millet
|Scientific Name:||Paspalum scrobiculatum|
|Kodo Millet in English:||Kodo Millet|
|Kodo Millet in Tamil:||Varagu /வரகு|
|Kodo Millet in Malayalam:||Koovaragu|
|Kodo Millet in Telugu:||Arikelu / arika|
|Kodo Millet in Kannada:||Harka|
|Kodo Millet in Hindi:||Koden/ kodra|
What Standard Cold pressed Millets Are Special?
Being one of the best millet sellers in Tamil Nadu, 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 Cold pressed Oil team can help you with a bulk order of millets too!
The plants are a monocot tufted perennial grass that grows up to 150 cms long. It is called as koden in Hindi, varagu in Tamil, Arika in Telugu and koovaragu in Malayalam.
Kodo millets are an excellent source of fibre when compared to rice and wheat. Being a rich source of iron, calcium and zinc, it contains a high amount of polyphenols, antioxidants, tannins, phosphorus and phytic acids.
Nature And Taste
Kodomillets are dark brown and tend to get cooked with anything! Be it cooked or make it into Dal, kichdi, biryani, pulao, vada, upma, pongal, mouthwatering halwa, kheer, payasam and pancakes.
Undoubtedly, they can turn out into any simple and delicious recipes your children will ask for more? And moreover, millets are a very healthy choice and it is a good habit to add them in your diet 2-3 times a week avoiding carbohydrates and junk.
Kodo millet consumption has been shown to minimise fasting blood glucose levels and encourages a substantial rise in serum insulin levels. Anti-diabetic compounds in Kodo are quercetin, ferulic acid, p-hydroxybenzoic acid, and syringic acid. For diabetic patients, thus, routine use is advised.
Shed A Few Pounds!
Kodomillets are high in fibre and help to reduce the feeling of hunger. It also prevents to reduce cholesterol fat and triglyceride levels which manages weight and promote weight loss.
Prevent Heart Disease
Since it reduces triglyceride levels, blood pressure levels and c reactive protein, it helps to prevent the risk of developing heart disease.
Kodomillets are a rich source of fibre which helps your colon hydrated, regulates the function of intestines and keep you from being constipated.
Boost Brain Health
Since Kodo millets are a loaded source of lecithin, they play a magnificent role in boosting brain health. Research studies have mentioned that lecithin is good brain food and helps to prevent the deterioration of mental capacity. It also plays a role in preventing memory disorders like dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
Kodomillets are rich in phytic acid, which is a good example of nutrient which prevents cancer. Scientists have suggested that phytic acid is a part of the reason why whole grains is linked with preventing colon cancer.
No Kidney Stones Anymore!
Phytic acid present in Kodo millets also form insoluble complexes with calcium in the GI tract and reduces calcium absorption and urinary calcium excretion which consequently reduces the formation of stones in the kidney.
They are also supporting medications by treat internal wounds, inflammation, haemorrhages and general debility.
Common Question & Answer
1. Can Kodo millets Decrease Weight?
Yes, yes! They are high in fibre and low indexes of glycemic food. Apart from other carbohydrates such as rice, millets are consumed less because of the fibre content that causes weight loss.
2. Who Can Consume Millets?
- People with iron deficiency
- People with weak bone health
- Diabetic people
- People with hypertension
- To improve eye vision.
3. Who Should Not Consume Millets?
People with thyroid diseases