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  • Organic Finger Millet (Ragi) Flour

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Millet – An Organic Superfood That Will Change The Way You Look At Carbohydrates

If our food choices make us unhealthy, it’s time to try something organic. Also, if you're concerned about your cholesterol or blood sugar levels, millets may be a good choice for you. Millet, an organic superfood, is exploding in popularity as more and more people are learning what a great source of nutrients it is. Millets are slowly-metabolized, gluten-free grains that help prevent heart disease and diabetes by reducing glucose absorption and triglyceride levels. They also have cholesterol-lowering properties. With so many health benefits and zero side effects, millet is the perfect food for an increasingly health-conscious public looking for ‘natural’ remedies.

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If you are looking for millets to buy, I Say Organic can be your perfect choice. At I Say Organic, we believe that organic food is the future of India. Our mission is to spread awareness about the benefits of eating organically grown foods and provide people with a platform to purchase the best-in-class organic food items. We offer a range of millets online, like pearl millet and finger millet, rich in protein, fibre and antioxidants. In addition, unlike other grains, millets do not contain gluten and are therefore safe for celiacs and people with wheat allergies. So go ahead, start living healthy and buy millets online today!

 

HISTORY OF MILLETS

Millets have been cultivated in Africa and Asia for more than 4,000 years, and they were the first grains to be cultivated in India before even wheat or rice! They were used as pasture, to make hay and in dishes like porridge and bread. Due to their high nutritional value and greater satiety, they came to be referred to as poor man’s food, but over the years, they have been considered one of the healthiest and most popular choices of food across the world.  After World War ll, there was an exponential rise in wheat and rice production, which led to the decline of millets, but it is catching up to its previous position in recent years. The year 2018 was declared the “National Year of Millets” for increasing its popularity.

 

Importance Of Millets In Indian Cooking Culture

Millets are ideal for growing in India because they are resistant to drought, and a variety of environmental and soil conditions. They can adapt to different varieties of soil and climate and hence can be cultivated in India year-round. In India, various types of millets are grown and recipes for each of them are curated and cooked in every household. 

 

They are a part of our rich culture and tradition, such as making bajra and jowar rotis in different parts of the country with pearl millets and sorghum respectively. Finger millet is used extensively to make popular Indian dishes like idli, dosa and porridge. Millets online do occupy a special part in Indian cuisine which cannot be replaced.

 

How Organic Millets Are Different From Normal Millets?

Organic millets online by I Say Organic are made without any chemicals or preservatives or other harmful additives to make the crop survive. They are grown with all the standard organic farming practices, which ensure zero chemicals in your food, and an optimum level of nutrients which is retained due to the minimal artificial processing of the organic grains. 

 

Organic crops are therefore not only healthier for you, but also for the environment because they do not cause any chemical residue or runoff that can harm the water bodies or animals. So buy millets online and experience the goodness for yourself.
 

More about Millets

Millets are one of India's most ancient and indigenous grains, having been cultivated here for over decades. These small-seeded grasses boast an impressive nutritional profile, making them essential in any traditional diet. As it turns out, however, millets have been losing ground in recent times to polished rice and wheat, which have traditionally been favoured in urban areas by discerning consumers who are after a clean white look for their food.

Since the Western model of development has been adopted by many developing nations, traditional food habits have been abandoned in favour of standardised cuisine. Many people have forgotten that millets—foods such as ragi, foxtail millet, and pearl millet—are a valuable source of nutrition. For that reason, many organisations are now working to increase the demand for millets in India and across the world. These organisations are working to spread awareness among farmers about improved growing techniques. They want farmers to grow more millets because, unlike wheat and rice, millets do not contain gluten. Many recipes with millets as the main ingredient have been created by chefs who want to show people that millets can taste great when prepared well.

Health benefits of Millets

Millet has several health benefits and contains many essential vitamins and minerals. Millet, a good source of protein, fibre, and minerals such as iron, copper, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus, is also rich in vitamins B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B6 (pyridoxine), folate, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and Vitamin K. The high fibre content in millet may help lower bad cholesterol and boost good cholesterol. Plus, the beneficial effects of consuming this cereal keep your heart and blood vessels healthy, reducing the risk of heart attacks.

Here are some other ways millet can promote overall health and reasons why you should buy organic millet online:

  • Millet is a good source of catechins like quercetin, which can help boost the function of your liver and kidneys, which is essential for body detoxification.
  • Millet is a good source of magnesium, which helps regulate insulin levels and prevent type 2 diabetes.
  • Millet contains selenium, quercetin, and pantothenic acid—all antioxidants that protect your body from free-radical damage, which helps prevent chronic diseases.
  • Millet is rich in iron, folate, and folic acid, making it an ideal grain to eat if you are concerned about anaemia.
  • Millet's phosphorus content helps the body repair itself, and phosphorus is also a vital component of the nervous system.
  • Millet is abundant in insoluble fibre, which helps prevent gallstone formation by shortening the transit time of food through the intestines. It also reduces bile acid secretion, linked to gallstone development.
  • Millet may alleviate symptoms of diarrhoea and be beneficial for your digestion, preventing peptic ulcers and decreasing your chances of getting colon cancer.

To add the health benefits of millet to your diet, try using it in place of rice or other grains. Millet can be prepared in a variety of ways. Simply steam, sauté with seasonings, or toss with vegetables and serve as a side dish.

If You Are Gluten-Intolerant Or Have High Cholesterol

If you keep on searching particularly for organic millets near me, then I Say Organic can be your go-to online store. You can buy organic millets online here and get the best of these nutritious grains. 

Organic Finger Millet (Ragi)

Organic finger millet, commonly known as Ragi, is a popular gluten-free cereal that is grown and consumed widely in India and Africa. It is packed with essential nutrients like calcium, iron, and dietary fibre that make it a healthy alternative to other grains. Organic farming practices ensure that the crop is free from harmful chemicals, making it a safe and sustainable option for consumption. 

Benefits of Organic Finger Millet 

The following benefits can be attributed to this organic millet:

 

  • It Is A Natural Relaxant 

These organic millets can be a great addition to your diet if you are looking for something that can help you relax and calm your senses. Organic finger millet is an appropriate food choice for those who suffer from anxiety or stress. (1)

 

  • It Is a Rich Source of Calcium 

Finger millets are a rich source of calcium and they help in strengthening the bones of growing children and elderly people. Regular consumption can also reduce the risk of fracture. (