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This year 2023 has been declared as the ‘International Year of Millet’ by the United Nations at the initiative of the Indian government.

What is Millets?

Millets were among the first cultivated crops by mankind and when compared to other grains, millets are easy to grow and do not require much time and energy of the farmer, as needed for rice and wheat.


Millets are a group of incredibly nutritious, healthy grains that have been eaten in various parts of the world for centuries. They are gluten-free and therefore suitable for people with certain dietary restrictions.


Millets have gained customer attention for its medical properties as it aids with immunity, weight reduction and overall health. Being high in nutrients such as dietary fibre, carbs, protein and healthy fat, as well as minerals such as calcium, iron, manganese, zinc, potassium, and magnesium. Millets also aid in fitness and energy level maintenance because they offer a low-calorie content.


With their versatility, millets can be cooked up into dishes like porridges or stir-fries or incorporated into baked goods such as cakes or cookies

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Major Types of Millets

Foxtail Millet | Kakum

Kakum contains blood sugar balancing healthy carbohydrates. The iron and calcium content present in it also helps strengthen immunity.


In addition, foxtail millets help regulate your blood cholesterol and increase HDL cholesterol levels in your body

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Finger Millet | Ragi

Ragi is used as a healthier cereal substitute for rice and wheat.


Ragi is gluten-free and rich in protein. Ragi is supposed to aid brain development in growing children.

Pearl Millet | Bajra

Bajra is incredibly nutrient-dense. It contains minerals such as calcium and magnesium, protein, fibre, and iron.


Practice regular consumption of pearl millet to fight against type II diabetes.

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Buckwheat Millet | Kuttu

Choose buckwheat if your primary concern is to lose weight.


Kuttu millet makes for a healthy food option for diabetes, helps lower blood pressure, and improves cardiovascular health. Buckwheat also fights against diseases such as gallstones, childhood asthma, and breast cancer.

Little Millet | Samai

Little millet is also an excellent option for those looking to lose weight.


You can eat it as a rice replacement. It is high in fibre and filled with numerous minerals such as potassium, zinc, iron, and calcium.


It is also packed with the health benefits of vitamin B and works as an antioxidant for your body.

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Millet Shop in Kochi

teORA Wellness Grocery is a millet shop in Kochi and we have all the major varieties of whole millets, millet flours and millet products like ready to eat mixes, millets snacks and even millet cookies. These millet products, are tasty and nutritious, giving you the best of both worlds.


Include millets in your diet and say hello to a Healthier You!!

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