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Millet Seeds Health Trade (500gr) - Organic Product

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Millet is a type of cereal, it was known to the ancient Greeks, who cultivated it systematically, mainly for making bread.

It is a good source of vegetable protein, it is rich in B vitamins, especially niacin, folic acid and B6.

Contains iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium, copper and zinc.

It does not contain gluten, so it can replace wheat in the diet of people who suffer from celiac disease or other forms of wheat allergy.

Magnesium protects the heart by reducing the risk of heart attack, lowering high blood pressure and reducing the frequency of migraine attacks.

The fiber of millet helps to reduce the possibility of gallstones, reduces the secretion of bile salts which in excess lead to the formation of stones. It also delays the absorption of sugars in the intestine, with the result that their level in the blood increases gradually and not abruptly. Millet is an ideal food for people suffering from type 2 diabetes.

Lignans, which are abundant in millet, are converted by beneficial intestinal bacteria into substances that also act as protectors for the heart while reducing the risk of various hormone-dependent cancers, especially breast cancer.

Millet is high in phosphorus, an inorganic element that performs a variety of functions in the body.

Millet has the ability to increase serotonin levels in the body and thus calms the body and improves mood.

Millet is one of the favorite foods of vegetarians, because with its fiber it creates a feeling of fullness in the stomach, while at the same time supplying the body with good quality protein.

Due to the magnesium contained in millet, it is suitable for athletes who train intensively, such as cyclists, long-distance runners who often experience leg cramps.


For each cup of millet add 2 cups of water and a spoonful of olive oil, the time it takes to boil is about 20 '.

When millet is combined with legumes and raw nuts, it gives a protein similar to that of meat.

Millet can be a very good breakfast meal, if we add honey, cinnamon, nuts, raisins and our favorite fruit cut into small pieces.

*We do not provide medical advice. The information we provide is for informational purposes only and in no way replaces the opinion, medication and visit to a doctor or other health specialist. The substances they contain may interact with a drug that the patient is already taking and may neutralize their therapeutic effect or cause toxicity.