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  • INCLUDE MAGIC MILLETS IN YOUR DIET TO LOWER SUGAR LEVELS.
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    Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder in which a person has high blood glucose (sugar), either because of inadequate insulin production, or because the body’s cells do not respond properly to insulin due to high sugar diets or both.Prolonged exposure to diabetes damages important organs like the eyes, the kidneys, the heart and the nerves. Lack of proper diet, no physical activity, stress, obesity and in some cases hereditary are some of the causes for diabetes.

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  • Health Benefits of Finger Millet
    Health Benefits of Finger Millet
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    The color of finger millet varies from white, orange red, deep brown, purple to black. Ragi is nutritionally rich in protein, crude fibre, calcium, iron and minerals. It is rich in essential amino acids (methionine, threonine, valine and lysine). Ragi is an important staple food for people belonging to the low socioeconomic group.

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  • Miracle Grain - Millet
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    The grain which is catching up in the international market is now launched with 23 variations, under the brand name Mijoss. This gluten free substitute which is loved by international clients is now taking over the Indian market for its nutritional content, being rich in protein and a source of antioxidants. It is accredited for having lover carbohydrate content than rice and wheat, while containing richer fiber, iron, calcium and mineral value. This grain is also especially benefecial for...

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  • Diabetes control indicators
    Diabetes control indicators
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    Blood glucose monitoring to keep diabetes in check

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  • Millets as effective nutraceuticals
    Millets as effective nutraceuticals
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    Millets contain phytochemicals that act as effective nutraceuticals and help to prevent and cure diseases.

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  • Ensuring Safe and Nutritious Food- Use Millets
    Ensuring Safe and Nutritious Food- Use Millets
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    Granoss, Diabetic Food International is committed to provide chemical free, safe, nutritious millets of a wide variety for their many health benefits.

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  • Kodo millet vegetable khichadi
    Kodo millet vegetable khichadi
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    Kodo millet vegetable khichadi is a nutritious one pot meal rich in fibre, regulates blood sugar, gluten free and can also help to lose weight

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  • Millets are the obvious choice to sustain your New Year resolutions
    Millets are the obvious choice to sustain your New Year resolutions
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    Stick  to and sustain your new year resolution with Granoss millets

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  • Body weight and composition standards
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    Body weight and body composition are important markers that determine health and fitness for all.

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  • Gluten free Guilt Free Chocolate Brownies
    Gluten free Guilt Free Chocolate Brownies
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    Multi-millet flour chocolate brownies are gluten free, rich in minerals, and have a taste akin to all purpose flour(maida) brownies

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  • Proso Millet Pongal with groundnut chutney
    Proso Millet Pongal with groundnut chutney
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    Proso millet pongal is a delicious variation of the usual pongal. It is gluten free, high in fibre, rich in minerals and diabetic friendly

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  • Super Nutritious Idly's
    Super Nutritious Idly's
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    Idlys are a traditional South Indian Breakfast food made with Rice and Urad Dal. Here we have Idlis with a twist- Idlys made with Pearl Millet Rawa and Urad dal. These Idlys are rich in B complex vitamins, good quality proteins and have a low glycemic index.

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  • Process Millets- to make them appealing and nutritious
    Process Millets- to make them appealing and nutritious
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    Processing of millets- germination, malting, popping or flaking make millets nutritious, ready to eat and also improves their acceptability and taste.

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  • Health Benefits of Kodo Millets
    Health Benefits of Kodo Millets
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    Kodo millet is a popular upvas or fast food. It is superior to rice, gluten free and rich in fibre, vitamins and minerals. It contains lecithin that can strengthen the nervous system. 

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  • Multi-millet Thalipeeth
    Multi-millet Thalipeeth
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    Thalipeeth is rich in iron, calcium, magnesium, complex carbs and high in fibre. It is a perfect one dish meal that can be consumed any time with breakfast, snacks, lunch or dinner.

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  • Millets- in Ayurvedic Aahar
    Millets- in Ayurvedic Aahar
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    Millets contain vital nutrients. They are the ancient grains and an important constituent of the Ayurvedic diet- aahar. Millets can help to balance the tridosha. Ayurveda prescribes millets according to season, body type along with other foods to get maximal health benefits.

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  • Eat Millets to lose and manage weight
    Eat Millets to lose and manage weight
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    Millets contain complex carbohydrates and rich in fibre, contain essential amino acid lysine, are gluten free and are slowly digested. The satiety effect and richness of nutrients in millets make it the most appropriate food to promote weight.

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  • Millets for the Healthy Gut
    Millets for the Healthy Gut
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    Probiotics and prebiotics are essential to restore and repair the gut. Millets like pearl millet, sorghum, foxtail millet have now emerged as probiotics and prebiotics. Fermented millet products act as natural probiotics, while short chain oligosaccharides, resistant start, polysaccharides present in millets are recognized as prebiotics.

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  • Keep diabetes in check with millets
    Keep diabetes in check with millets
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    Diabetes is a metabolic disorder in which body’s ability to respond to hormone insulin is reduced or impaired. Abnormal carbohydrate metabolism raises blood sugar levels. Diabetes can be managed with the right diet, exercise and lifestyle modification. Millets are the savior and can help to prevent and manage diabetes.

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  • Foxtail-millet-a-good-breakfast-food-for-diabetics-recent-research
    Foxtail-millet-a-good-breakfast-food-for-diabetics-recent-research
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    Foxtail millet is a good breakfast option. A recent study suggests that replacing the rice in the usual ‘dosa’ can be extremely effective way to prevent rise in blood sugar levels in Type 2 diabetics.(

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