Millet based diet may help manage diabetes: Study – Know the benefits of this wonderful whole grain

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New Delhi: Millets are one of the commonly consumed grains in India and go by different names such as baajra, jowar, and ragi. Popular in African and Asian countries, millets belong to the Poaceae family and they are highly nutritious. A recent study published in Frontiers of Nutrition shows the promising benefits of millets in the management and prevention of diabetes. The study was led by International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) and is part of the Smart Food initiative. There are various kinds of millets such as little millet, finger millet, and foxtail millet.
Millet based diet may help manage diabetes: Study – Know the benefits of this wonderful whole grainMillet based diet may help manage diabetes: Study – Know the benefits of this wonderful whole grain | Photo Credit: Representative ImageKEY HIGHLIGHTSRegulation of the diet is essential to manage and prevent the risk of diabetesDiabetes is one of the leading causes of development of heart condition across the worldA recent study shows the benefits of millets in diabetes management
New Delhi: Millets are one of the commonly consumed grains in India and go by different names such as baajra, jowar, and ragi. Popular in African and Asian countries, millets belong to the Poaceae family and they are highly nutritious. A recent study published in Frontiers of Nutrition shows the promising benefits of millets in the management and prevention of diabetes. The study was led by International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) and is part of the Smart Food initiative. There are various kinds of millets such as little millet, finger millet, and foxtail millet.

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