Health benefits: Millets are beneficial for diabetes and cancer patients, know how to include them in the diet?..


Are you also troubled by blood pressure and sugar? Are you also facing the problem of acidity and weight gain? If you are facing all these problems silently, then now the time has come to say goodbye to them. We are going to tell you that the treatment of such problems is possible and can be done sitting at home. You just need to use millet in your lifestyle.


What are Millets?
Let us tell you that the Government of India, in collaboration with the United Nations, has declared the year 2023 as the International Millets Year with the aim of increasing the production of millets as well as spreading awareness among the people. Simply put, Millet means coarse grains. Bajra, Ragi, Kangni Kodo, Sama or Sawa, Barry, Jhangora, Kutki, Chana and Barley come in the category of Millets.

There are many benefits of eating Millet
It acts as an immunity booster. At the time of Corona, it was revealed as a better option for patients to increase immunity. Including millets in your diet also supplies essential elements like calcium, iron, zinc, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, fibre, vitamin B 6, carotene and lecithin.

Keeps balance of metabolic process
Millets contain Vitamin B3, which balances the metabolic process of our body. It has also emerged as a great option for cancer patients. If you are also troubled by type-1 and type-2 diabetes, then start using millet soon. Along with this, millets are also very beneficial in diseases related to the thyroid, liver and kidney. Millets also work to detoxify the body


Millet is most nutritious in winter
Millet is not only a nutritious food for winter but also maintains heat in the body. The fibre, protein, minerals and vitamins present in it make the body fit.