Millets: Promotes Weight Loss, Digestion And Builds Healthy Bones

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Health Benefits of Millets: The humble millets have grown as a fad among millennials for their umpteen health benefits.

Pandemic has made people realize the enormous value of healthy eating and living. Consuming home-cooked meals including wheat, rice, lentils, and pulses has made a comeback in the kitchen and on people’s plates. Millet has gained popularity in the recent past for its incredible health benefits. Millets are popular in Africa Southeast Asia and the superfood has been grown in Indian subcontinents for 5,000 years. Also Read – A Milk Chocolate a Day Can Keep Those Extra Kilos at Bay

Did you know, humans require more than 20 mineral elements for the body to function properly? Calcium (Ca), one of the essential macro minerals, is needed in relatively large quantities in the diet to maintain good overall health. There is one ingredient that is not only simple to prepare but also entails many health benefits.

Prabhu Gandhikumar, Co-Founder TABP Snacks, and Beverages shares simple ways to prepare and use millet”:

Boosts Immunity Level: Millets are a high source of antioxidants and therefore are considered as an immunity booster to flush out harmful radicals from the body. It aids your body’s detoxification by supplying antioxidants such as quercetin, curcumin, ellagic acid, and other useful catechins, which aid in the elimination of toxins and the neutralization of enzymes in your organs. Thus, preventing a variety of health issues.

Weight loss: Millets help you lose weight since they are low in calories and gluten-free. They’re high in complex carbohydrates and can help health-conscious people reach their fitness goals easily. Millets also help to lower your cholesterol levels and keep your weight in check.

Helps in Digestion: Millets have a high fiber content, which helps with digestion and prevents constipation, bloating, and acidity. Good digestion avoids digestive complaints which humans generally makes, like gastrointestinal cancer and kidney/liver complaints.


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June 28, 2021

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