We may not even know about the ancient grain from China, that it is the staple food of Africa, Asia and India, and one third of humanity. Millet, long supplanted by other bread grains, is now popularly consumed in Europe and Hungary along with it.
Millet is specifically an alkalizing food, so it helps to create the acid-base balance of our body. Its extraordinary nature is further enhanced by the fact that millet is currently considered the least allergenic grain.
In terms of its nutritional value, it contains 72% carbohydrates, 10% protein, 3% fat, 2.5% minerals and B vitamins.
Another very beneficial feature is that it quickly removes the toxins left over from long-term drug courses and antibiotic treatments from the strained body.
And if we are still curious about what millet can do, here we have summarized a few more beneficial effects that can convince us all of the nature of millet as a functional food:
- delays ageing
- it does not contain gluten, so it is an excellent source of protein for those who are sensitive to flour
- cancer prevention,
- strengthens the immune system, makes the body resistant,
- regulates iron deficiency, acid excess,
- as well as blood sugar and fat metabolism,
- improves the condition of connective tissues and bones, welds together broken bones and damaged tissues,
- it is especially recommended for diabetics and liver patients.
In terms of its use, millet is definitely a food that warms the body on cool days. In addition to hulled golden millet, unhulled brown millet is also known, as well as millet flour made from them, which is a healthy alternative, especially for those who are sensitive to flour.
The popularity of millet is proven by the fact that many restaurants are now experimenting with enriching their menus with millet. And for those who are just getting to know this beneficial grain, we boldly recommend our products containing millet, millet hamburger buns and millet bread, which can be a health-conscious and delicious choice in everyday life.