Nattu Kambu

Nattu Kambu

Buy Nattu Kambu / Bajra / Pearl Millet

  • Bajra /Nattu Kambu is full of vitamins, minerals and amino acids.
  • The whole grain supports weight loss.
  • The grain is easily digestible and has the lowest probability of causing allergic reactions.
  • Being rich in fibre content, kambu works very well in diabetes.

Why Standard Cold Pressed Oil’s Millets Are Special?

Being one of the best millet sellers in Tamilnadu, we are experienced in the sourcing of millets from our vast network of millets cultivation farmers. The hygienically cultivated millets are directly brought from the farmer’s gate and no artificial flavours, or preservatives are added. We deliver the millets with high-quality packaging which delivers freshness along with it.

When you need pure quality millet at a reasonable price, there’s no need to look elsewhere. Our Standard Coldpressed Oil team can help you with a bulk order of millets too!


Pearl millet is a cereal crop which is grown at a very large scale in India. No doubt it will get well adapted to areas characterized by drought, low soil fertility and high temperature. The height of a plant ranges from 0.5 to 4 metres.

It contains vitamins like E, K, B6, thiamin, niacin, riboflavin, and folates.

It is also a rich source of minerals like calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, sodium and potassium.

Nature And Taste

Nattu kambu are small, round and golden yellow.

Pearl millet is mainly used to make bhakri flatbread. It is also boiled to make a Tamil porridge called a kambu koozh. They are made as Dosa, idli, adai, puttu, upma, kozhukattai and chapati.

In Rajasthani cuisine, bajre ki khatti rabdi is a popular Rajasthani dish made from pearl millet flour and yoghurt. It is usually prepared in the summer.

Health Benefits  Pearl Millet

1. Healthy heart

Nattu kambu contains lignin, magnesium, and phytonutrients that function as a powerful antioxidant to control blood pressure and prevent heart disease.

2. Reduces Cholesterol Levels

A rich source of fibre, flavonoids and omega-3 fatty acids inhibit lipid peroxidation, which decreases triglyceride levels and low cholesterol (LDL) levels.

3. Are You A Diabetic?

Nattu kambu has a higher, slowly digestible starch, which splits into glucose and slowly reaches the bloodstream, thus retaining blood glucose.

4. Beats Iron Deficiency

It contains a high volume of iron and zinc, which raises the level of haemoglobin.

5. Prevents the formation of gallstone

The formation of gallstones is very common. Its prevalence is more than 10 million cases per year in India.

The high fibre content of pearl millet decreases the development of gallstones due to decreased intestinal transit time and reduces the secretion of bile acid which is the key explanation for the development of gallstones

6. Rich In Antioxidants

They are rich in antioxidants which prevent radical damage and also diseases like cancer, arthritis, Alzheimer disease and cardiovascular disease.

7. Fights Insomnia

Regular and moderate consumption of millet thrice a week helps your body to decrease anxiety and prevent Insomnia.

8. Good For Mothers

Nattu Kambu are very healthy for mothers who are lactating for babies. Pearl Millets have 3 times more calcium present in the milk and is also a good remedy for treating mood swings and menstrual cramps.

9. Aids Weight Loss

They are rich in fibre which helps to decrease the feeling of hunger and increase fullness while eating. This automatically makes the body reduce cravings and helps to lose weight. Consuming fibre-rich foods is also used to prevent constipation and enhance digestive health.

Besides having a lot of nutritional value, it is also a legendary food for poor but happy farmers. We haven’t been able to control anything in our lives, however, we can control what is put in our bodies!

Common Question & Answer 

1. Is Nattu Mambu  Good For Weight Loss?

Millets are low in calories and high in fibre content. Apart from other carbohydrates like rice and wheat, millets help to keep your stomach fuller and reduce weight.

2. Who Can Consume Nattu kambu?

  • People with iron deficiency
  • People with weak bone health
  • Diabetic people
  • People with hypertension
  • To improve eye vision.


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