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Millex Millet Health Mix Without Churnam

Millex Millet Health Mix Without Churnam

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Millex Healthy Millet Mix

Millex Millet Health Mix is a traditional Indian blend of 30 varieties of natural ingredients including millets, cereals, pulses, dry fruits, nuts, seeds, and spices that make it the most nutritious food.

  • Rich in fiber, minerals, vitamins, proteins, and antioxidants.
  • Contains a powerful mix of proteins, carbohydrates, and healthy fats for energy and helps in the production of natural vitamins and minerals for immunity building.
  • Contains fiber for a healthy digestive system needed for everyone in the family.
  • 100% natural and contains zero artificial flavors, additives, and artificial colors.
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9 Millets (Positive and Neutral Millets):

Little Millet

Little millet is rich in antioxidants, boosts immunity and protects against infections and diseases. It’s an amazing source of magnesium that’s essential in maintaining healthy bones, muscles and nerve functions.

Kodo Millet

Kodo millet is a great source of Vitamin B. It’s loaded with antioxidants that help in weith management, easy digestion. It is great alternative food that regulates glucose and cholesterol levels in the body.

Barnyard Millet

Barnyard millet is an excellent source of iron. It is the go to diet for people with diabetes. It controls thyroid, relieves fatigue and is known to be rich in fibre and has low Glycemic Index.

Foxtail Millet

Foxtail millet is rich in iron, fibre, good fats and essentials nutrients needed for the body. It is also rich in Vitamin B12 and helps in the increase of iron content in the body.

Browntop Millet

Browntop millet is gluten free and rich in fibre. Regular consumption of this millet aids in better sleep, relieves menstrual cramps, improves skin elasticity and in the production of breast milk.

Proso Millet

Proso millets balance the cholesterol levels and keeps the heart healthy. It prevents diabetes and even the risk of cancer. It assists digestion, prevents high blood pressure and provides adequate zinc, vitamin and iron. What’s more, it also contains anti-ageing properties.

Finger Millet

Finger millet is an amazing source of natural calcium which is essential in the strengthening of bones in growing children as well the elderly. Regular consumption of finger millet keeps osteoporosis at bay and reduces risk of fractures.

Pearl Millet

Pearl millet is a rich source of phosphorus and it contains beneficial carbohydrates and dietary fibre that help regulate blood glucose levels. Regular consumption of pearl millets helps in minimizing the risk of type 2 diabetes.

Sogham Millet

Sorghum or Jowar is known as the king of millets. It is rich in fibre, gluten-free and has anti-inflammatory effects. It helps in controlling diabetes effectively and promotes weight loss.

Pulses and Cereals:

Green Gram

Green Gram is packed with essential nutrients like; protein, fibre, vitamins, and minerals. It is low in calories and fat, making it an excellent addition to a healthy diet. Green gram is also a good source of antioxidants. It is beneficial for cardiovascular health and lowering of blood pressure.

Masoor Dal

Masoor dal is a great source of carbohydrates, proteins, fibres, vitamins, and other micronutrients. In fact, it has the highest level of protein (26%) after soybeans and hemp.

Horse Gram

Horse Gram is the most protein-rich lentil found on earth. It’s one lentil that is known for its anti-oxidant, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-hyperglycaemic properties. It prevents kidney stones, heals ulcers, and keeps the body warm in winter.

Maize

Maize is packed with nutrients in each pod! It is known for preventing vision disorders, supplies essential amino acids, fortifies bone density, treats anaemia, and boosts the nervous system.

Barley

The whole grain barley is a good source of fibre. It is proven that consumption of barley regularly decreases blood sugar and insulin levels. It is proven to help in inflammatory bowel diseases and promote the growth of good bacteria within the digestive tract.

Red Rice

Red rice is an excellent source of magnesium, which helps in the fight against asthma. It is good for bone health, aids in digestion, promotes weight loss and improves skin health.

Brown chik peas

Brown chickpeas is rich in iron and offers a wide range of health benefits as it contains carbohydrates. It contains both soluble and insoluble fibre and aids in the functioning of the digestive tract. It heals jaundice, stimulates brain functions, and strengthens joints and bones.

Wheat

Wheat is an important source of minerals that regulate enzyme systems, build bones and teeth, help with muscle contractions, and maintain the pH levels in the body.

Kidney Beans

Kidney beans contain complex carbohydrates that lower cholesterol levels. Its low glycaemic levels help fight diabetes better, it is proven to improve memory power, and boost energy. It is packed with proteins and prevents hypertension.

Toor Dal

Toor Dal is a rich source of various nutrients like proteins, complex carbohydrates, minerals, and vitamins. It is highly recommended in the management of diabetes, lowering blood pressure, and even diarrhea. It also helps in weight loss and is known for its anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial properties.

Nuts and Spices:

Almonds

Almonds are high in Vitamin E and are packed with an impressive amount of nutrients. Almonds are loaded with antioxidants which protect against oxidative stress levels.

Cashew Nut

Cashews contain high magnesium content that is known for lowering bad cholesterol and preventing heart disease. Regular consumption of cashews helps in the prevention of stroke and diabetes.

Pistachio

Pistachio is rich in Vitamin B6, which plays a vital role in protein metabolism and cognitive development. Eating pistachio is an excellent way to maintain daily calorie limits. It reduces the chances of chronic eye conditions, including cataract.

Cardamom

Cardamom aids in digestion, freshness of breath. It balances blood sugar levels and is known to treat bronchitis. It alleviates gastrointestinal discomfort during pregnancy.

Pumpkin seeds

Pumpkin seeds are high in magnesium, act as antioxidants and are clinically proven to help reduce breast cancer, improve prostate and bladder health in individuals.

Watermelon seeds

Watermelon seeds boost immunity, regulate blood sugar levels, strengthen bones, protect the heart, improve skin health, and support the nervous system. Ideal for boosting immunity.

Chia seeds

Chia seeds are extensively consumed across the world as it helps both weight loss and weight management, reduces the risk of heart disease, and supports bone health.

Flax Seeds

Flaxseed is excellent to improve digestive health as well to relieve constipation. It helps lower total blood cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol levels, which helps to reduce the risk of heart disease.

Makhana or Lotus seeds

Lotus seeds can be used in weight management and to reduce blood sugar levels. It also has the ability to relieve pain and is used to reduce depression and anxiety. Lotus seeds are also used in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease.

Fenugreek

Fenugreek is known to increase breastmilk production, enhance testosterone levels, and promote blood sugar control. It plays a considerable role in controlling diabetes.

Black Pepper

There are more than 10 health benefits that are associated with black pepper. It is good for digestion and to relieve constipation. It can be used to treat skin issues and hair loss. It is even used to prevent cancer.

How to Cook:

  1. Take 2 tablespoons of Millex millets powder in a container.
  2. Add 300 ml of water or milk or a combination of both to the container and stir well to make the paste without lumps.
  3. Place the container on low flame and keep stirring without lumps for 5 minutes.
  4. To enhance taste, add jaggery and ghee and keep boiling and stirring for 5-6 minutes until the solution becomes thick and serve at room temperature. (Jaggery and Ghee are completely optional, Also can use a pinch of salt when only water is used to cook)
  5. Use 2 to 3 times a day.

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