Barnyard Millet / Udalu / Sanwa – 500 gms
Barnyard Millet / Udalu / Sanwa – 500 gms
Barnyard Millet / Udalu / Sanwa – 500 gms
Barnyard Millet / Udalu / Sanwa – 500 gms

Barnyard Millet / Udalu / Sanwa – 500 gms

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Discover the goodness of DesiNutri Barnyard Millet -a superior whole grain cultivated with care by our dedicated farmer community.
Packed with essential nutrients, this millet variety is a powerhouse of protein, vitamin B12, and calcium. It’s a perfect choice for those watching their weight and seeking optimal bone health.
With its delectable taste and numerous health benefits, DesiNutri Barnyard Millet is a wholesome addition to your diet.
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  • Calories300cal
  • Minerals(grams)4.4
  • Iron(grams)15.2
  • Calcium (grams)11
  • Fat (grams)3.6
  • Carbohydrate (grams)55
  • Protein (grams)11.2
  • Fibre (grams)10.1.
  • Low in calories
  • Excellent source of dietary fiber
  • Gluten-free
  • Low glycaemic index food
  • Source of iron
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Barnyard Millet / Udalu / Sanwa – 500 gms
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  • Product Name Barnyard Millet
  • Product Type Whole Grains
  • Net Quantity 450 g
  • Shelf life 6 months from the manufacturing date
  • Product Dimensions 16 cm*9 cm*21 cm
  • Country of Origin India
  • SKU code 400000002023
  • Manufactured By Adithi Millets & Organics,Flat No 297 & 298/1, Sai Ram Unit, Beside Navata Transport, Dinnedevarapadu(V), Kalluru(M), Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh - 518004
  • Manufacturer License No. 10119012000309
  • Marketed By SKANDHANSHI AGRO FOODS PRIVATE LIMITED P.No.14 & 15, Jayaberi Enclave Gachibowli, Hyderabad, Telangana 500032
  • Customer Care Customer Care executive, Tollfree No. 1800-890-1190. Email ID : care@desinutri.co.in, Address : Same as Marketed By
  1. For infants aged 6 to 8 months, barnyard millet can be served as porridge or Kheera.
  2. For infants aged 1 year and older, it can be served as cheela, dosa, or idlis.
  3. Additionally, whole packaged barnyard millet is frequently found in grocery stores and can be used to make porridge.
  4. The flour can be manufactured at home by milling the millet coarsely or finely, depending on recipe requirements, as it is not readily accessible in the market.
  5. It can be included in the idli, dosa, or chapati batter. Especially on days of fasting, whole barnyard millets are frequently used to make upma, khichdi, and pulao.

Barnyard Millet is an excellent source of dietary fibre with a good amount of both soluble and insoluble fractions. It is a good source of highly digestible protein and contains the least caloric density. Barnyard Millets are highly digestible cereal that is protein-rich and is a wholesome addition to your diet. Controlling blood sugar levels, improving digestive health, protecting your heart, and increasing energy levels are the many barnyard millet benefits. Barnyard millet recipes include variants that are delicious and healthy.

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You can buy Barnyard millets at Desinutri Foods, which offers a range of authentic, indigenous Indian millets. These food options can ensure that the natural, holistically healthy and nutritionally balanced food will improve everyday meals. Desinutri Foods has a variety of delicious millet-based food options and treats that can easily make way into your daily food.
It is a good source of highly digestible protein and contains the least caloric density. Hence, Barnyard Millets are highly digestible cereal that is protein-rich and is a wholesome addition to your diet.
No, Barnyard millets have no adverse effects on the body. You can safely consume these on a daily basis and reap its health benefits.
Yes, Barnyard millet helps control blood sugar levels and lower cholesterol while also improving digestive health.
Yes, barnyard millets can be given to babies. Babies can be fed millet powder; this is like a millet based substitute for baby food. Traditionally, children were given different forms of millets from 6 months up.
Barnyard Millet is an alternative to rice, can be soaked for an hour and cooked just like rice.
Not at all! The high fibre content in barnyard millets leads to slower digestion and a lower glycaemic index. Barnyard millets do not contain any gluten, a wheat protein that is hard for the stomach to digest. Hence, they are not acid-forming foods, making them easy to digest.
Barnyard millets can be used as a replacement for normal rice, and is also used to prepare various curries. Quinoa is the other substitute for rice.
Yes, barnyard millets can be consumed on a daily basis. They can either be used as is or mixed with wheat and rice based products. A continuous or regular consumption of barnyard millets is beneficial for postmenopausal women suffering heart ailments, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
Yes, pregnant or lactating women can safely consume barnyard millets. Millets are, in fact ideal in pregnancy since several of them like ragi and bajra are rich in iron and calcium. Mothers who have gestational diabetes must replace other grains with barnyard millets, aiding in combating diabetes. Consumption of barnyard millets is also beneficial to help build immunity in the baby growing in the womb.

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