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Millets are easy to digest and are good for all age groups.
Little millet is rich in fibre, slow digesting carbohydrates and antioxidants. It is an ideal food for diabetics as it prevents abnormal spikes in blood sugar levels.
It’s important to reclaim our lost grains, but more so to restore them in the spotlight through really exciting recipes.
Read more to know about the healthy ingredients that have gone into it, followed by its step-by-step recipe. Do try making these Spicy Millet Cupcakes at home.
Foxtail millet is among the oldest of all cultivated millets. It is good for the heart, fights diabetes, prevents cancer and is gluten-free, high in antioxidants and calcium content.
Barley Sattu is rich in vitamin B, potassium, selenium, calcium, magnesium, zinc, antioxidants and fibre. Popular in Ayurveda for its cooling effects on the body, it has very low glycemic index making it perfect for weight loss regimes.
Be a smart parent. Keep looking for healthier and tastier substitutes and keep experimenting till you get a perfect taste.
If you are a momo lover and have been binging on street side momos, this recipe is just for you.
Millets help in rendering health benefits like reduction in blood sugar level (diabetes), blood pressure regulation, thyroid, cardiovascular and celiac diseases.
As the season changes, we naturally crave for some crunchy snacks which would go amazingly well with the overall monsoon mood.
Party menus need not be boring. Add more zing with healthy Beetroot Croquettes and a refreshing Cucumber Dip.
A healthy indulgence to achieve your fitness goals.
People either like beetroot or dislike it. But despite its taste, the plethora of health benefits that this red beauty offers, makes it one of the coolest superfoods of today's time.
Enjoy the goodness of mangoes and flaxseeds with this delicious Whole Wheat Mango Muffins recipe.
Millet is a superior grain with good amounts of macronutrients and dietary fibre. While pumpkin boosts immune system and pineapple improves gut health. Need more reasons to try this out?
Buckwheat improves heart health, reduces blood sugar, protects against cancer. It is also rich in dietary fibre, and contains good vegetarian protein.
There are numerous health benefits of ragi. It is a source of Vitamin D, helps in reducing food cravings, helps reduce insomnia and aids in weight loss.
This Millet Mixed Fruit Tart recipe can bring more charm to your Iftaar parties. And that too in minutes.
Millet Beetroot Upma Cake can double up as a healthy breakfast and an evening snack. Whichever way you prefer to consume it.