Popularly termed as Super grains, millets are not only rich in nutrition, but also carry a rich history dating back to the Indian Bronze Age (4500 BC). Sadly, as years passed, their importance reduced to being meagre birdseed. Only to realise that it’s the need of the hour.
Considering the lifestyle that we lead, especially our eating habits, where today’s generation is obsessed with street foods & other mouth-watering food items that are heavily induced with trans fat, bad carbohydrates, fats & high-cholesterol, eating healthy has now become a matter of need more than choice.
What better way to start this healthy eating journey than by reconnecting with our roots through millets? An array of grains varying in shapes, sizes and colour, millets are gluten-free and non- allergenic. Additionally, they are rich in minerals, vitamins & fibre.
Millets are an excellent choice to replace your regular food as they are not only delicious & high in nutrition, they have less calorie count, improve immunity, curb hunger, reduce sugar-levels & aid in curing heart problems. Plus, they are available in the markets at all times, and throughout the year, as they are climate-friendly.
Knowing the ample benefits that these millets provide you with, don’t you think we are making a mistake to miss out on such healthy food?