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Little millet is also called as king of cereals because of its rich nutritional and medicinal value. It is a very reliable crop in view of its resistance to pests/diseases, to adverse agro-climatic conditions of high drought as well as waterlogging. It is grown throughout India and is a traditional crop of south India. Known as Saame in Kannada, Samai in Tamil, Samalu in Telugu and Kutki in Hindi.
1) Our Millets Are Non-Gmo, Native And Indigenous Species
2) Chemical Free & Sin free Food - Body, Earth & Farmer Friendly Naturally Farmed Millets
3) Millets Are Healthy - Gluten-Free, Low Gi, High Fibre, Rich Source Of Proteins, Weight Loss & Diabetic Friendly Millet Food
4) Rice Can Be Replaced With Millets In Your Staple Diet. Any Rice Dish Can Be Made Using Millets. Soak For Half An Hour In Water And Cook Like Rice.
5) Good Anti-Oxidant, Heals Thyroid, Prevents Gall stones, Heals stomach related ailments
How to use
Soak for a half-hour in water. Cook like rice in the cooker. Rice can be replaced with millets in your staple diet, any rice dish can be made using millets.
High dry insoluble fiber - keeps your digestive tract clean and prevents gall stones. Good for constipation and heals stomach related ailments. Increases semen count in men. Good for women with irregular periods problems and postmenopausal women. Low glycemic index -- helps control blood sugar levels. High in antioxidants and phosphorus. Little millet is very good for thyroid problems.