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Ragi flour / Finger Millet

This is why Ragi / Finger millet / Mandua Aata is known as the wonder flour.

Treats Anemia

Ragi is loaded with Iron and helps in increasing blood formation in people suffering from anemia or low hemoglobin levels.

Sprouted Ragi contains vitamin C that makes the iron easily absorbable by the body.

Helps in Digestion

The high level of dietary fiber in ragi aids in proper digestion, normal bowel movement and prevents constipation.

Increases Lactation

Green ragi is a great source of nutrition and helps new mothers to improve milk production.

It also enriches the milk with all the essential minerals and vital amino acids.

Prolongs Premature Skin Aging

amino acids Methionine and Lysine, present in ragi, helps in the creation of collagen which supports skin tissues to make it supple and lively.

Aids Relaxation

The abundance of antioxidants and amino acids helps in fighting free radicals and reducing oxidative stress.

It works as a natural relaxant and helps in relieving anxiety, hypertension, depression, and headaches, along with cerebral pains and Migraine.

Reduces Cholesterol

The amino acids Lecithin and Methionine present in ragi helps in lowering cholesterol by extracting and cutting out excess fat from the liver.

and the amino acid Threonine prevents the formation of fat in the liver.

Controls Diabetes

because of its high content of dietary fibers and polyphenols, Ragi has been found to reduce Diabetes.

The high level of fibers in Ragi slows down the pace of digestion, lowering blood sugar levels.

Helps in Weight Loss and reduce Belly Fat

Special amino acids present in Ragi helps in curbing appetite and The high amount of dietary fiber combines with water to keep the stomach full for a longer period of time.

It is also low in unsaturated fats.

Fights osteoporosis and promotes strong bones

Compared to any other grains, ragi has the highest amount of calcium.

This is critical for healthy bones and teeth and the prevention of osteoporosis.

Fights Cancer.

Being rich in anti-oxidants, ragi is helpful in fighting many types of cancers.

It has been observed that people on millet-based diets have lower incidences of esophageal cancer than those on wheat or maize-diets.

It has anti-microbial properties

Ragi acts against a number of bacteria that causes food poisoning, typhoid-like fever, and soft tissue infections.

Ragi, in the unripe, green form can also help in controlling high blood pressure and hypertension.

Ragi flour / Finger Millet

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