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  • Amaranth Flour 500gm

    130.00 120.00

    Antioxidants are naturally occurring compounds that help protect against harmful free radicals in the body. Free radicals can cause damage to cells and contribute to the development of chronic disease.

    Amaranth is a good source of health-promoting antioxidants.

    One review reported that amaranth is especially high in phenolic acids, which are plant compounds that act as antioxidants. These include gallic acid, p-hydroxybenzoic acid and vanillic acid, all of which may help protect against diseases like heart disease and cancer.

    In one rat study, amaranth was found to increase the activity of certain antioxidants and help protect the liver against alcohol .

    Antioxidant content is highest in raw amaranth, and studies have found that soaking and processing it may decrease its antioxidant activity.

    Further studies are needed to determine how the antioxidants in amaranth may impact humans.

  • Bajara Flour 1000gm


    1000gm.Organic Bajara Flour

  • Bansi Flour 1000gm


    3000gm.Organic Bansi Flour

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  • Barnyad Millete Flour 1000gm

    Top 5 Health Benefits of Barnyard Millet
    • Low in Calories. Barnyard millet is a good source of highly digestible protein and at the same time is least caloric dense compared to all other cereals. …
    • Rich in Fiber. …
    • Low Glycemic Index. …
    • Gluten-Free Food. …
    • Good Source of Iron.
  • Besan/Gram Flour 500gm

    105.00 99.00

    500gm.Gram Flour

  • Black Wheat Flour

    170.00 165.00
    Regular Wheat

    Anthocyanin Content: 5 ppm
    Zinc content: 28%
    Iron: 25%  

    Black Wheat

    Anthocyanin Content: 140 ppm (100-200 ppm)
    Zinc content: 35% more
    Iron: 60% more  

    Difference Between Regular & Black Wheat

    Recipe To Use Black Wheat:

    Meetha Black Wheat Dalia

    • Roast 1 cup (100 gm) black wheat dalia in ghee.
    • Add 2 cups (250 ml approx.) of water. Cook till done.
    • Then add sugar according to taste.
    • Garnish with saffron & cardamom.
    • For richness use dry fruits & berries as you like.
    • Serve hot.

    Black Wheat Dalia Khichdi

    • Roast 1 cup (100 gm) black wheat dalia in ghee.
    • Add 2 cups (250 ml approx.) of water and cook.
    • Add Mix Vegetable & Salt to taste & Cook Till Done.
    • Serve Hot.
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  • Browntop millet Flour1000gm


    Brown Top Millet is signal grass and is one of the rarest millets found. This millet seed can be grown in a variety of soils and climates. It is native to India and grows well in the dry lands of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh border areas. It is called koralee in Kannada. Brown Top Millet in Telugu is called Andu Korralu. Brown Top Millet in Tamil is known as Pala Pul.

    Brown Top Millet grass is a wildlife food crop that is used by livestock for summer grazing. It also controls erosion and is useful in hay and food grain production.

    Brown Top Millet in the USA is known as Urochloa Ramosa. Its introduction was mainly for managing forage or pasture using this annual and perennial warm-season grass. In the USA, Brown Top Millet is specially grown in the South-eastern areas, comprised of the non-wetlands in the coastal plains of the Atlantic and Gulf region, eastern Piedmont, and the Great Plains. These areas are rich in sandy loam soil, which is the best for growing Brown Top Millet.

  • Foxtail Millet Flour 1000gm


    Foxtail Millet is rich in Vitamin B12 which is essential for maintaining a healthy heart, smooth functioning of the nervous system, and in general good for skin and hair growth. A diet including Foxtail Millet may improve glycemic control and reduce insulin, cholesterol and fasting glucose in Type-2 diabetes patients.

    Foxtail millet is the second-most widely planted species of millet. It has the longest history of cultivation among millets in India and is being grown in India since antiquity. Foxtail millet is rich in dietary fibre, protein, healthy micros (vitamin and minerals) and low in fat. Studies show that people who consume foxtail millet in their diet have a lower probability of suffering from diabetes.

  • Jwar Flour 1000gm


    3000gm.Organic Jwar Flour

  • Khapli Flour 1000gm

    159.00 149.00

    3000gm.Organic Khapli Flour

  • Kodo Millete Flour 1000gm

    s Kodo millet good for health?
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    The fiber content of the whole grain is very high, and the millet contains high amount of protein. Health Benefits: Regular consumption of Kodo Millet is beneficial for postmenopausal women suffering from metabolic diseases like cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels.
  • Little Millete Flour 1000gm


    Little Millet

    Little or kutki is a great millet option for all those fitness enthusiasts, as it serves as a healthy tweak for rice. Bestowed with fibre and minerals such as potassium, zinc, iron and calcium and vitamin B3 supports fat metabolism, tissue repair, reduces cholesterol and energy production.

    Little Millet – The Immune Boosting Indigenous Grain – Medindia

    Little millet contains magnesium which can helps improve heart health. Vitamin B3 (niacin) in little millet helps lower cholesterol.