Little Millet

The little millet may be called little but in no means its nutritional content is little. It is a rich source of B-vitamins, minerals like calcium, iron, zinc, potassium among others. It also provides essential fats to the body, the kind that helps in weight loss. Its high fibre...
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Foxtail Millet

Foxtail millet can be cooked just like rice. Millet recipes are easy to make. Foxtail millets are available in the form of rice, semolina (like rava) or as flour. As with other millets.
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Finger Millet

Karnataka is the largest producer of this crop in India with 58% share in the country’s annual production. Benefits of ragi are numerous and it is a highly nutritious cereal loaded with calcium, proteins, iron and other minerals. It is rich in fiber and contains very less unsaturated fat...
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Proso Millet

Proso millet is more commonly known as whit millet or hog millet. Its scientific nomenclature is Panicum miliaceum. Prose millet compared to other food grains seeing it has the lowest water requirement for any cereal. This is why it is generally grown in arid conditions and rain shadow regions....
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The scientific name of Jowar is 'Sorghum bicolor'. Jowar is a powerhouse in terms of nutrients, and can provide those wise individuals who add it to their diet with vitamins like niacin, riboflavin, and thiamin, as well as high levels of magnesium, iron, copper, calcium, phosphorous, and potassium,...

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Pearl Millet

Pearl Millet is a cereal crop. Its biological name is Pennisetum glaucum. Millet in India is called as ‘Bajra’. It grows in arid and semi-arid tropical regions of the world. Millet is cultivated in India and Africa. Millet is one of the primary sources of dietary energy. It...
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Barnyard Millet

Barnyard millet known as kuthiravali in Tamil,Oodalu in Kannada,odalu in Telugu,Jhangora in Hindi and Kavadapullu in Malayalam which has 6 times high fiber content when compared with wheat.Its a gluten free millet with high calcium,phosporous & fiber.It is high in carbohydates & fat too.It helps to maintain the body...
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Kodo Millet

Kodo millet was domesticated in India almost 3000 years ago. It is found across the old world in humid habitats of tropics and subtropics. It is a minor grain crop in India and an important crop in the Deccan plateau.
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