Foxtail Millet Flakes
Millet Foxtail Flakes | Thinai Avul
- Millets are boon for all weight watchers who want to shed those extra kilos.
- Improves gut health, and help you in achieving sustained weight loss.
- Millets are loaded with an impressive profile of antioxidants that include beta-glucans, flavonoids, anthocyanidins, tannins, lignans, and policosanols.
- These antioxidants play a critical role in lowering LDL Cholesterol, total Cholesterol and help to maintain the blood vessels healthy and clear off the clots, thereby lowering the risk of heart diseases and stroke.
- Millets such as foxtail and proso varieties are proven by research to be effective in inhibiting the growth of cancerous cells in various tissues.
- The phytochemicals in millets exhibit ant proliferative effects and lower the formation of cancer cells in the colon, breast, and liver without causing any damages to normal cells.
Ever think of how delicious homemade snacks used to be? Especially the ones packed by our parents to school, which all of us used to share with friends during break time. One of the all-time favorites used to be flakes or poha, also known as aval in the Southern part of India. Think of the evil mixed with a little milk and jaggery. It’s mouth-watering, right?
With the popularity of fast foods and other fried snacks, the popularity of traditional snacks like Avul has taken a backseat. But the nutritional benefits of Avul are so amazing that it had to be brought back in a newer, better way.
This is not just any ordinary all, this has some additional benefits of a family of food called the Millets. Known to be rich in fiber, proteins, nutrients, the combination of millets and all could be the next best thing on Earth. Introducing the T Foxtailmilletflakesor Foxtailmilletflakes.
About Foxtail Millet Flakes
As the name suggests, the flakes are obtained from the Foxtail grains. The grains are crushed and processed to be made into flakes. Like the rest of the millet family, Foxtail also comes with numerous health benefits. They are gluten-free and always a better replacement for rice and wheat.
Foxtailmilletflakes the name might appear funny. Are you wondering why such a name? Because the top portion of the plant resembles the tail of a fox and hence the name. One of the oldest crops to ever be grown, foxtail is highly adaptable. It can grow in the harshest of climatic conditions and still give desirable yields.
Did you know that Foxtailmilletflakes is the 2nd most cultivated plant in the millet species? Fascinating, right? India, Africa, and America are some of the major cultivators of this millet. But in the USA, Millets are mostly used as bird seeds. Another interesting use of millets, don’t you think!
Outstanding piece. I am fully satisfied. Absolutely marvelous look. Undoubtedly value for money.
Excellent product. Quality is good.
Very nice product with good quality and finishing.. highly recommended.