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Little Millet - 1KG

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Little Millet is also called as king of cereals because of its rich nutritional and medicinal value. It is a very reliable crop in view of its resistance to pests/diseases, to adverse agro-climatic conditions of high drought as well as water logging. It is grown throughout India and is a tr...

Little Millet is also called as king of cereals because of its rich nutritional and medicinal value. It is a very reliable crop in view of its resistance to pests/diseases, to adverse agro-climatic conditions of high drought as well as water logging. It is grown throughout India and is a traditional crop of south India.

Local names - Saame in Kannada, Samai in Tamil, Sama in Telugu, Kutki in Hindi


Why you should have it?

·        Good for Constipation and heals stomach related ailments

·        Increases Semen Count in Men

·        Good for women with irregular periods problems and  Postmenopausal women

·        Low Glycemic index -- Helps control Blood Sugar Levels

·        High in Anti-Oxidants and Phosporus

·        Little millet is very good for Thyroid problems

 

Suggested use:

  • Replace rice with millets -  Soak for half hour in water and cook it like rice. Millet is a good substitute for rice and can be consumed like rice in any dish.
  • Little millet Lemon rice recipe:  https://goo.gl/BWVkev 
  • Little millet Bisibelebath recipe:  https://goo.gl/FDGnmp 


Nutrition Information for 100gm 

Calories

207

Minerals(grams)

1.5

Carbohydrate (grams)

65

Protein (grams)

7.7

Fiber (grams)

7.6

Iron(mg)

9.3

Calcium(mg)

17

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