Health is more precious than any other thing in human life. More and more people becoming health conscious these days, because directly or indirectly we have been consuming poisonous food. People are getting to know the ancient grains for their rich nutrients contents. These Indian ancient grains are full of proteins, dietary fiber, vitamins, and several essential nutrients needed for our health. Both these Ragi and Jower are ancient grains that belong to a member of the millet family. The Rotis made up of Ragi as well as Jowar are multi health benefits. Probably there are no side effects of eating these Rotis as we eat high cholesterol foodies. Its most beautiful recipes of Indian villages still, of course everywhere. Rotis are the best recipes for Indian kitchens. we people greet the relatives with mouth-watering Rotis and curry at the dining table even today.
HEALTH BENEFITS OF EATING JOWER ROTIS.
If you eat Rotis made of Jowar it contains a good amount of fiber.48% of the fiber we required from the human body. Fiber helps for good digestion. So, if the digestion goes well it prevents common problems like gas, constipation, and diarrhea.
2.IMPROVES HEART HEALTH.
Jowar is rich in fiber, it helps to lower the LDL( bad cholesterol) and turn reduces the chances of heart disease including stroke. The cholesterol-lowering properties of Jowar also reduce the chance of hindered blood flow arteriosclerosis.
Jower contains magnesium, copper, and calcium also which helps bone and tissue become strong. The iron content present in Jowar increases red blood cells.
4.CONTROLLS BLOOD SUGAR LEVEL.
If we eat Jowar it digested slowly and promotes a gradual rise in blood sugar. It is the best food for people who are suffering from diabetes.
5.GOOD FOR BONE HEALTH.
Jowar contains a high level of magnesium, helps maintain calcium levels in the body it contains ‘vitamin’ B it builds new tissue and cells as well as potassium and phosphorous.
HEALTH BENEFITS OF EATING RAGI ROTIS.
1.RICH IN CALCIUM.
Ragi is the best source of calcium. According to the National Institute of Nutrition in India. 100 gms of Ragi contains 344 mg calcium. So, calcium is needed for healthy bones and teeth. It is good for growing kids even.
2.HELPS IN CONTROL DIABETES.
It is well-known that the doctor suggests Ragi for diabetes patients. Because it has abundant in polyphenols and dietary fiber. The glycemic index lessens food cravings and maintains digestion.
Ragi is a source of natural iron which’s why it’s good for anemic patients. If we consume the recipes made with Ragi, the vitamin ‘c’ increase. So, easy absorption of iron into the bloodstream.
4.HELPS IN LOSE WEIGHT.
Ragi contains dietary fiber, it combines, keeps the stomach full for longer, and prevents cravings. Ragi food items like Rotis lowers your blood sugar levels in the body by activating insulin.
“Health is wealth”. Both Jowar and Ragi Rotis have excellent health benefits. It is so mouth-watering recipes in India. The Rotis remains unique to the people of India. It is a significant part of India with multi health benefits. Instead of eating non-healthy food, consuming these healthy Rotis in a day might have amazing health benefits. Be healthy.
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