Ragi is also a rich source of fiber and helps lower cholesterol level. – Ragi is best food for weight control, diabetes and a cooling the body. – Some ragi recipes you can try include — dosa, vermicili, kanji, malt, ragi balls, roti. With its cost-effectiveness, ragi is definitely a health food. It is made from whole grains. In Karnatka, Ragi Flour used for make balls.
- Ragi flour is prepared by grinding organic ragi grains. Ragi, scientifically called Eleusine coracana, is an annually cultivated cereal crop, vastly found in the tropical regions of Africa and Asia, such as in Ethiopia, India And Sri Lanka.
- The common English name of Ragi is finger millet, owing to the appearance of the head of the grain comprising five spikes.
- Being densely packed with a host of nutrients, ragi flour made from whole ragi confers valuable health benefits such as enhancing digestion, reducing the risk of heart disease, slowing down ageing and managing diabetes.
- Being 100% organic, our ragi whole is a healthy choice being absolutely free from chemicals.
- Ragi displays a rather impressive nutritional profile, encompassing all the essential macronutrients – carbohydrates, fibres, fats and proteins, along with noteworthy levels of key micronutrients – vitamins and minerals.
- It has negligible levels of cholesterol and sodium, to promote heart wellness. In addition, ragi contains considerable quantities of vitamins C and E, to boost immune, skin and hair health.
- The B complex vitamins – thiamine, riboflavin, niacin and folic acid as well as calcium, magnesium, iron and phosphorus are also found in ample amounts in ragi flour, truly justifying its status as a wholesome breakfast cereal and a superfood.