Organic Little Millet - 1Kg

Rs. 125.00

In stock

Quick Overview

The little millet may be called little but in no means its nutritional content is little. It is a rich source of B-vitamins, minerals like calcium, iron, zinc, potassium among others. Little millet contains around 5.2 grams of fat with a good content of unsaturated fats that ensures healthy metabolism and subsequently, a healthy weight loss.Its high fibre content is yet another positive making it an ideal part of pongal or even kheer instead of rice. Samai dosa, porridge, paddu and payasam from little millet are few traditional recipes in different millet growing states in India.

Little Millet is known as same in Kannada, Samalu in Telugu, Samai in Tamil, and Kutki in Hindi.

The little millet may be called little but in no means its nutritional content is little. It is a rich source of B-vitamins, minerals like calcium, iron, zinc, potassium among others. Little millet contains around 5.2 grams of fat with a good content of unsaturated fats that ensures healthy metabolism and subsequently, a healthy weight loss.Its high fibre content is yet another positive making it an ideal part of pongal or even kheer instead of rice. Samai dosa, porridge, paddu and payasam from little millet are few traditional recipes in different millet growing states in India.

Little Millet is known as same in Kannada, Samalu in Telugu, Samai in Tamil, and Kutki in Hindi.

  • Magnesium in millet can help reduce the effects of migraines and heart attacks.
  • Niacin (vitamin B3) in millet can help lower cholesterol.
  • Little Millet can help lower risk of type 2 diabetes.
  • Good Source of Potent Antioxidants

Samai (Little Millets) - 2 Kgs Packet, Rs.190 Per Packet

Nutritional Value in 100g
 Protein  7.7 g
 Carbohydrates  67.0 g
 Fat  4.7 g
 Calcium  17 mg
 Iron  9.3 mg
 Energy  341 Cal