Jowar (Sorghum Millet)
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One of the oldest dietary sources, millets were reputedly consumed by all of our ancestors. It is well regarded to be incredibly wholesome, filling, and delicious. One bowl of millet daliya used to be a whole lunch in the past. It is an excellent source of energy and a healthful meal because it is high in dietary fibre. What Sorghum Millets are well known for
In India, jowar, commonly known as sorghum, is a long-standing traditional staple crop. For those with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity, it has long been regarded as a secure and healthful option.
With high quantities of protein, fibre, unsaturated fats, and minerals including phosphorus, potassium, calcium, and iron, it has a high nutritional value. Additionally, it has more antioxidants than pomegranates or blueberries.
Sorghum has a number of health advantages, including supporting a healthy heart, maintaining a clean and healthy digestive system, promoting blood circulation, supporting bone health, managing diabetes, supporting healthy skin, providing energy, boosting the immune system, maintaining a healthy body weight, and supporting eye health.
Additional names for sorgum are Juar, Jwari, Jowar, Cholam, Jonna, and Jola.
One of the top five healthiest grains in the world is jowar. Jowar, also known as sorghum in English, has recently been dubbed the "new quinoa" because of its ability to be gluten-free and countless health advantages.
How to add it to your diet on a regular basis
- Roti: Making rotis is the simplest way to include jowar in your diet on a regular basis. By combining 50% jowar and 50% each of whole wheat, bajra, ragi, and soya, you can create multigrain flour.
Jowar may also be included in the rice batter used to make idli and dosa. Rice batter can have jowar added in a 2:1 ratio (jowar and rice respectively).
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- Jowar is rich in good quality fibre which can aid digestion, manage obesity and regulate blood sugar levels. Besides it has complex carbohydrates, which takes time to digest and release sugar in the bloodstream gradually, keeping sudden sugar spikes at bay.
- There are many foods that are considered better for healthy diet, and gluten-free millets like jowar (sorghum) is said to be a healthier alternative to refined flour or wheat flour. Jowar is not just rich in proteins; it provides other health benefits as well. The gluten free grain of jowar is rich in protein, iron, copper, potassium and phosphorus.
- Here is how you can make jowar, bajra and garlic roti at home to manage blood sugar levels. Ingredients - Jowar- 1 cup, Bajra- 1 cup, Garlic pods (finely chopped)- 7-8, Salt- to taste, Ghee. Process - Combine all the ingredients with little bit of water to knead soft dough. 2. Divide it into equal portions to the number of rotis you need. 3. Roll a portion into flat rotis with a little bit of flour.
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|Ingredient Type||Jowar whole grain|
|Net Quantity||1985.0 gram|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 22 x 24 cm; 1 Kilograms|
|Country of Origin||India|