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Summer Special #HealthyDrinks & #MilletDrinks:
Ragi Chocolate #MilkShake: Ragi is an excellent source of #calcium, even better than milk! It's wonderful to include #Ragi in our regular diet, always we’ll have regular #recipes with ragi sometimes It is very hard for a parent to make a child to eat these ragi recipes. But in this summer try something different which going to be one of the favorite #summercoolers for your kids. #SuperFoods
Preparation Time: 15 mins
Ingredients: Ragi Flour 3tbsp, Water ½ cups, Cocoa Powder 1tbsp, nuts ½ tbsp, Milk 2 cups, Organic Cane Sugar – 3tbsp
Method: Take Ragi in a Saucepan add ½ cup water to it and mix it well. Add 1tbsp cocoa powder and mix it well. Heat this mixer on medium flame and keep on stirring until it becomes thick, take it off from the flame and let it cool, take a blender add ½ cup milk and add the ragi mass which we made already add cane sugar and blend it till it becomes smooth add remaining milk and blend it again. Garnish with nuts and serve in room temperature or serve cool.
Benefits: Ragi, a gluten-free grain also known as millet flour or finger millet, has 111 calories per 1/4 cup. Millet flour is a good source of fiber with about 1 gram per 1/4-cup serving. Fiber promotes a healthy digestive system. Millet flour also supplies phosphorus, a nutrient that helps maintain strong bones. Millet flour also supplies small amounts of folate, iron, magnesium, zinc, and niacin.
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Summer Special #HealthyDrinks & #MilletDrinks:
Ragi Chocolate #MilkShake: Ragi is an excellent source of #calcium, even better than milk! It's wonderful to include #Ragi in our regular diet, always we’ll have regular #recipes with ragi sometimes It is very hard for a parent to make a child to eat these ragi recipes. But in this summer try something different which going to be one of the favorite #summercoolers for your kids. #SuperFoods
Preparation Time: 15 mins
Ingredients: Ragi Flour 3tbsp, Water ½ cups, Cocoa Powder 1tbsp, nuts ½ tbsp, Milk 2 cups, Organic Cane Sugar – 3tbsp
Method: Take Ragi in a Saucepan add ½ cup water to it and mix it well. Add 1tbsp cocoa powder and mix it well. Heat this mixer on medium flame and keep on stirring until it becomes thick, take it off from the flame and let it cool, take a blender add ½ cup milk and add the ragi mass which we made already add cane sugar and blend it till it becomes smooth add remaining milk and blend it again. Garnish with nuts and serve in room temperature or serve cool.
Benefits: Ragi, a gluten-free grain also known as millet flour or finger millet, has 111 calories per 1/4 cup. Millet flour is a good source of fiber with about 1 gram per 1/4-cup serving. Fiber promotes a healthy digestive system. Millet flour also supplies phosphorus, a nutrient that helps maintain strong bones. Millet flour also supplies small amounts of folate, iron, magnesium, zinc, and niacin.
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#HEALTHBENEFITS OF #MILLET

Millets is a gluten-free #grain that has been developed in Africa and India since ancient times. The seeds of the plant, the grains, are little, round and unique yellow in shading. The red millet grains you find in the food stores are not seeds of the Pennisetumglaucum plant but rather of Eleusinecoracana, a connected species that is also called finger millet or #ragi.
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Air Out Your Stress With #BreathingExercises: Deep breathing is known as one of the best methods to enjoy a #HealthyLiving while decreasing the stress level in our body. The main reason behind it is that when we take a deep breath, it sends a message to the brain to relax and to calm down. Therefore this message is sent back to the body by the brain. All of these things happen while you are stressed with fast breathing, increased heart rate, and high blood pressure. But as soon as you start breathing deeply, the signs of stress decrease and therefore you can be relaxed.

There are actually a number of Breathing Exercises that you can do to air out the stress level. And the best part is that these #DailyExercises are really easy to learn and perform. Starting from the confines of a desk, bed or anywhere you feel negative, you can follow the techniques mentioned below to keep yourself calm and composed while relieving stress.
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#Millets are highly nutritious and gluten-free foods, easy digestive #foods with less allergenic. Now we all know the multiple #healthbenefits of including millets in our daily diet. Now check these daily Millet breakfast recipes.
Foxtail Millet Khichdi:
Preparation time: 20 min
Ingredients: Onion, Green chills, Ginger finely chopped, Foxtail millet/ tinai, Moong dal split yellow variety - 1 tbsp (optional), Turmeric powder - a pinch, Ghee - 1 tsp, Salt as needed
Carrot, Beans, Potato, Tomato, Drumstick leaves – fistful (optional), Green peas
For the seasoning: Oil, Mustard seeds, Urad dal, Cumin seeds, Whole black pepper, Red chili, Heeng - a pinch, Curry leaves – few
Preparation: Chop all the vegetables into medium-sized pieces. Soak millets along with moong dal in hot water for 2 to 2 1/2 hours.
Method: Heat oil in a pressure pan, add mustard seeds, when it splutters, add urad dal, cumin seeds, red chilies, Asafetida or heeng black pepper and curry leaves. Add chopped onions, ginger, green chilies and fry until onions turn into slightly gold. Then add all vegetables including drumstick leaves, turmeric powder, salt, and fry for 2-3 minutes. Add 2 cups of water for 1 cup of millets. Add the soaked millet. Check for salt by tasting the water. Close the cooker and cook for 3 whistles on medium flame, then simmer for another 5 minutes and switch it off. Once the pressure subsides, open the cooker, add a tsp of ghee and mix the kichadi well. Serve hot.
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Choose #Millet, Choose #Health: Imagine a #food with the ability to protect you against diabetes, heart disease, decrease your risk of cancer, repair your digestive system, strengthen muscle and nerve health, boost your immune system, prevent respiratory difficulties and detoxify your system. Seems too good to be true, right? Well, with its remarkably long list of nutrients, Millet is your answer! Enjoying its place as the 6th most important grain crop, the varieties of millets include Finger Millet, Foxtail Millet, Proso Millet, Teff, and Pearl Millet.
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5 ways to reduce #Diabetes:
1. Add #millets in your daily meals
2. Eat soluble #fiberfoods like “Split peas” “Black beans” “Peas” “Broccoli” “Oatmeal”
3. Get sufficient sleep in nights, avoid watching TV or Mobile before sleeping
4. Eat #Chromium Rich foods like “Sweet Potato” “Broccoli” “Corn” “Oats”
5. Eat more salads made with #sprouts
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5 Ways to help you reduce #weight:
1. Eat High #protein breakfast made with Millets or sprouts along with Egg
2. Choose weight loss friendly #foods like “Leafy greens” “Fishes” “Beans” “Soups”
3. Drink at least 1 bottle water before meals every day
4. Eat less processed food
5. Use smaller plates
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Did you know? #Cultivation of #millets started 10000 years ago.
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