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Millet is a high-fiber, high in micro-nutrients, low-glycemic index (GI) grain. Its versatility in taste makes it a great substitute for rice and wheat.

Millet Amma is here to make millets fun and easy to eat for everyone. Our recipes are nutritous, really tasty, easy to prepare, and all our ingredients are specially chosen 'From the Heart of the Homemaker.'

At Millet Amma we do not use any synthetic chemicals, palm oil, refined flours or refined sugars. All our ingredients are carefully chosen when we develop a product. Additionally, all our Millet Products have over 50% millet content.

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Millet is a cereal grown in warm countries andregions with poor soils, bearing a large crop of small seeds which are chieflyused to make flour. Millet is a cereal crop that is grown for its seeds or forhay. Millets are highly variable small-seeded grasses, commonly planted ascereal crops/grains across the world. Millet can be white, green, yellow, orred and is tiny in size and round in form.

All millets are good for weight loss due to their high fibre content. As per Dr. Khadar Vali the following millets if eaten in sequence everyday enables faster weight loss.

Little Millet – 3 days
Kodo Millet – 3 days
Foxtail Millet – 1 day
Barnyard Millet – 1 day
Browntop Millet – 1 day

Startout with the Millet Amma starter pack which has all the required millets forweight loss.


Like quinoa and other whole grains, millet lends itself well to breakfast porridge dishes, a replacement for rice alongside vegetable stir-fries, and as a savory pulao, khichdi or pongal. It is also used as a batter to make healthy and fluffy idlis and crispy dosas. Millet rava is also used to make breakfast upma or khara bath. Millet Amma has innovated with millets and has engineered them into noodles and sevai along with other snacks like lavash and khakra.

Millet is a healthier version because it is rich in protein and fibre, which is much more as compared to rice. A healthy lifestyle is possible if you could opt for unpolished millets. This is because the unprocessed ones are packed with the goodness of minerals and vitamins. Millet is 3 times higher in calories compared to rice. 100g of millet has 378 calories compared to 100g of rice, which contains 130 calories. The fact that is has tons of fibre makes it longer to digest lowering the glycaemic index in comparison to rice. That is reason why doctors recommend diabetics to have millets instead of rice.

Millet is rich in dietary fibre, both soluble and insoluble. The insoluble fibre in millet is known as a “prebiotic,” which means it supports good bacteria in your digestive system. This type of fibre is also important for adding bulk to stools, which helps keep you regular and reduces your risk of colon cancer.

Foxtail millets (Korralu): Rich in dietary fibre. Rich in iron and copper. Reduces bad cholesterol. Strengthens immune system. Browntop Millets (Andu korralu): Alkaline in nature. Easy to digest. Hydrates the body. Acts as prebiotic feeding microflora. Magnesium reduces the effect of heart attacks. Prevents cardio-vascular disease. Gluten free and non-allergenic. High in protein content. Little Millets (Samalu): Rich source of B-vitamins, minerals like calcium, iron, zinc, and potassium. Helps in weight loss. Ideal part of Pongal or even Kheer Kodo Millets (Arikalu): Easy to digest. Rich in phyto-chemicals and antioxidants. Prevents occurrence of lifestyle diseases. Reduces knee and joint pains. Helps regularize menstruation in women. Barnyard Millets (Oodalu): Ideal for weight loss. Rich fibre helps maintain satiety. Rich source of calcium and phosphorus. Good antioxidant profile.

Start out with Millet Amma organic millet "ready to cook" combo packs that are easy to cook.

Given below are 10 different varieties of Millets that are commonly consumed across the world:

Finger Millet - Finger Millet is popularly known as Ragi. It is commonly consumed by fitness enthusiasts as a healthier alternative to rice and/or wheat. It is a gluten-free variant of Millet, rich in proteins and amino acids. In growing children, finger millet is intended to facilitate brain growth. It is also high in calcium and has healthy concentrations of iron and other minerals as well. Ragi also has a good number of essential amino acids essential for the human body in the antioxidant activity of traditional Indian foods.

Foxtail Millet (Kakum/Kangni) - Foxtail Millet, also known as Kakum/Kangni in India, is usually available in Semolina or rice flour. It is rich in carbohydrates that help in balancing blood sugar levels in the body. These millets have a high Iron content. Foxtail Millet can improve overall immunity.

Sorghum Millet (Jowar) - This is yet another popular type of Millet in India to make Rotis and other bread. It is locally known as Jowar. Organic jowar is a rich source of iron, protein, and fibre and, because of the presence of policosanols, can help lower cholesterol levels. People with wheat allergies can have Jowar as a healthier alternative. Jowar also has more antioxidants than blueberries and pomegranates and is rich in calories and macronutrients. Sorghum helps increase metabolism.

Pearl Millet (Bajra) - Pearl millet or Bajra is one of the most common types of millets that you must have tasted. It is prepared in various ways, including roti and khichdi, with immense health benefits. Bajra includes iron, fibre, protein, and minerals such as magnesium and calcium. It can be perfect for your well-being to practice regular pearl millet intake, such as helping you battle type II diabetes.

Buckwheat Millet (Kuttu) - Buckwheat, also known as Kuttu in India, is one of the most common types of Millet and is often used during the Navratra fasting time. It is diabetic-friendly and helps in reducing blood pressure. It is helpful for good cardiovascular health, and if you want to lose weight, it should be integrated into your diet. Buckwheat also protects against cancer of the breast, asthma in children, and gallstones.

Amaranth Millet (Rajgira/Ramdana/Chola) - You must have heard about the incredible benefits of Amarnath Oats. But do you know that Amarnath, also known as Rajgira, Ramdana, and Chola, is a types of Millets? This Millet is rich in protein and dietary fibre. It is great for a healthy diet. This Millet also helps in fighting greying and hair loss. Amaranth also lowers cholesterol levels and cardiovascular disease risk. Calcium, vitamins, and other minerals are high in it.

Little Millet (Moraiyo/Kutki/Shavan/Sama) - Little Millet is one of the major in list of millets, it is also called Moraiyo, Kutki, Shavan, and Sama. It is loaded with vitamin B and essential minerals such as Calcium, Iron, Zinc, and Potassium. Little Millet is largely used in Southern states of India in numerous traditional dishes. It is a healthier alternative to rice and does not cause weight gain.

Barnyard Millet - Barnyard Millet is popular in millets name list and also known as Sanwa. It is stacked with high amounts of dietary fibres that help improve bowel movement and aiding weight loss. It is rich in calcium and phosphorus, which can strengthen bone density.

Broomcorn Millet - Popularly known as Chena in India, Broomcorn helps balance blood sugar levels as it has a low glycaemic index. It is a good option for diabetics to be incorporated into a daily diet. Switching to a diet with Millet can be a good transformation as far as nutrition is concerned. One can shop for Millets online and get a hand on the organic options available from different brands.

Kodo Millet - Kodo Millet, also known as Kodon Millet, is a digestible variant with higher amounts of lecithin amino acid. It has a significant effect on strengthening the nervous system. Kodo is a fantastic source of B vitamins, especially niacin, B6, and folic acid, among other vitamins and minerals. It contains calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, and zinc minerals. Being a gluten-free millet, it is great for gluten-intolerant individuals. It can relieve cardiovascular disorders such as high blood pressure and cholesterol levels when eaten regularly by postmenopausal women.

It has been observed that foxtail millet (also known as kakum/kangni) is suitable for people with type 2 diabetes. It has high iron content and helps in regulating blood sugar levels. It’s best to swap rice with foxtail millet for the most effective results. Dr. Khadar Vali’s millet protocol for diabetics are as follows:

Foxtail Millet - 2 days.

Kodo Millet - 2 days.

Little Millet - 2 days.

Barnyard Millet - 1 day.

Browntop Millet - 1 day.

For those who are health conscious and are wary about what they eat, experts suggest that millets should be a part of their daily regular diet. Millets are nutritious, non-glutinous (non-sticky) and are not acid-forming foods, thus making them very easy to digest. Like any other good food, moderation is a must in the case of millets too. Millets like Ragi and Jowar can be consumed daily once in a meal or snacks.

Oats and Millet, both are good source of fibre and contains complex carbohydrates by nature. This helps your satiety level and also energy will be retained for longer duration. In general, consuming of whole grains not only help in weight loss, but it also improves our basic nutrition in the form of vitamins and minerals. Oats is one grain and Millets have variety. Consuming various millet as a part of weekly diet not only helps in weight reduction, also boosts your immune system and improves nutrition.

A variety of dishes and snacks can be made from millets. These range from idlis and dosas to khichdi and Pongal. To view mouth watering recipes made from millets visit the Millet Amma YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsUo2v0CcPDSPklFye2rYUA

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