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Sorghum: Popularly called jowar in India, this millet has several health benefits. First, being that it is gluten-free and helps a person on a diet to lose weight. The other major health benefits includes the millet’s ability to prevent certain types of cancer, help control diabetes improve digestion, build strong bones and boost energy.

It is the fifth most important cereal crop after wheat, corn, rice and barley. Jowar is full of nutrients too. It provides vitamins like niacin, riboflavin, and thiamin and has high levels of magnesium, iron, copper, calcium and potassium. An increase in iron means better oxidisation of blood leading to better oxidisation of tissues, muscles and organs. It also provides almost half of the daily intake of protein and dietary fibre.

The millet also contains phosphorus which helps to maintain the response of emotions, neurons and hormones.



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