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Foxtail Millet - 500g

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Foxtail Millet is one of those forgotten grains that were a part of ancient Indian culture. They were widely cultivated in China, India and Africa. Western world and developed nations are slowly accepting it as food for humans as a nutritious substitute for healthier diets. Local names:&nb...

Foxtail Millet is one of those forgotten grains that were a part of ancient Indian culture. They were widely cultivated in China, India and Africa. Western world and developed nations are slowly accepting it as food for humans as a nutritious substitute for healthier diets. 

Local names: Hindi: Kangni; Tamil: Thinai; Telugu: Korra, Kannada: Navane

Why should you have it?

·        Reduces gastric problems

·        Rich in B vitamins, especially niacin, B6, folic acid, minerals & Calcium

·        Increases Vitality

·        Reducing Heart Attack Risk and Lowers Cholesterol levels

·        High in Anti-Oxidants

·        Helps in weight loss & obesity

·        Low Glycemic index -- Helps control Blood Sugar Levels


Suggested use: 


Nutrition Information for 100gm 

Calories

286

Minerals(g)

3.3

Carbohydrate (g)

57.0

Protein (g)

12.3

Fibre (g)

8.0

Iron(mg)

2.8

Calcium(mg)

31.0

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