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Why Should You Have Millets In Your Flour?

Why Should You Have Millets In Your Flour?

Discover the incredible benefits of incorporating millets into your atta and how they can transform your diet for the better.

In the world of grains and flours, millets have been quietly making a resurgence, and for all the right reasons. These small but mighty grains have been a staple in many cultures for centuries and are now gaining recognition for their incredible nutritional benefits. Let's explore why you should consider adding millets to your atta for a healthier and more diverse diet.

  1. Nutritional Powerhouse: Millets, such as pearl millet (bajra) and finger millet (ragi), are packed with nutrients. They are rich in vitamins, minerals, and dietary fibre, making them an excellent addition to your diet for enhanced nutrition.
  1. Special Grains, Special Benefits: Millets have a low glycemic index, which means they don't cause rapid spikes in blood sugar levels. They are also a fantastic gluten-free alternative, making them an ideal choice for those looking for specialised diets.
  1. Protein Packed Punch: Whether you want to boost your protein intake or are looking for more choices as a vegetarian or vegan, millets are an excellent source of plant-based proteins that can effortlessly fulfil your daily protein requirements; like ragi, which contains 7-8 grams of protein (approx.) per 100 grams.
  1. Say Yes to Fibre: Millets are high in dietary fibre, which can promote better digestive health and help prevent constipation. Including millets like Aaashirvaad Chakki’s 100% Jowar Flour in your diet can aid in digestion.
  1. Beyond the Plate: Millets are known for their resilience in adverse environmental conditions. They require less water and are well-suited to dry regions, making them an environmentally sustainable choice for farming.
  1. Savour the Variety: Each type of millet offers a unique flavour and texture, adding variety to your meals. For example, ragi flour (finger millet) has a nutty taste, while bajra (pearl millet) has a slightly earthy flavour.

Incorporating millets into your atta is a simple yet impactful way to boost the nutritional value of your meals. Whether you're looking to enhance your overall health, manage specific dietary concerns, or simply add variety to your diet, millets are a wholesome and delicious choice. For a convenient and delicious way to begin your millet journey, why not start with rotis made from Aashirvaad Chakki’s 100% Jowar, Ragi, and Quinoa mix Attas?