Millet is unrefined grain conventionally grown and eaten in some areas of India from the last 5000 years. They are a rich source of proteins, vitamins, and fibres. To grow millet, a little amount of water is required like other cereals. For the past many years, it has enjoyed the tag of “poor man’s food grain” due to its sheer affordability. According to the food ranking system, it is declared as a good source of some very important nutrients, like copper, manganese, phosphorus, and magnesium.
Health benefits of millet are:

  • Keeps your heart healthy.
  • Helps to develop and rejuvenate body tissues.
  • Prevents formation of gallstone in the body.
  • It boosts your immunity

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