Millets Benefit: Many people are staying away from coarse grains, but they do not know about its benefits. Whereas, these coarse grains are also included in the diet of our Prime Minister Narendra Modi. We tell you what are these coarse grains and what are their benefits.
Whole wheat bread is preferred in many Indian households. At the same time, many people have completely abandoned it. But, they probably do not know about its benefits. The most important thing is that these grains are also included in the favorite diet of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He has also told about this on many occasions. Today, for this reason, today we are telling you about Jowar, Bajra, Ragi, Sawan, Kangni, Cheena, Kodo, Kutki and Kuttu, which are called coarse grains.
Nutrients found in coarse grains
Along with minerals, vitamins, enzymes, and these soluble fibers, nutrients like macro and micro are also present in large quantities. Apart from this, mineral salts like beta-carotene, niacin, vitamin-B6, folic acid, potassium, magnesium, and zinc are also found in coarse grains.
- Bone strength
- Prevention of calcium deficiency
- Aid in digestion
- Helpful in controlling weight
- Decreased risk of anemia
- Beneficial for diabetes patients
- Keeps the body warm
- Are also good for the heart
PM Modi advised MPs to eat
PM Modi has always been coming forward for the promotion of coarse cereals. Some time back, he had also advised them to eat coarse grains in a special banquet organized for MPs. Not only this, in his ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program, he has worked to make people aware of millets. The most important thing is that he has suggested to feed dishes made of coarse grains to the guests attending the G-20 meetings to be held in India.