Russian, golden and coarse grain millet is one of the highest quality types of millet in the world, in Iran this product is used as poultry feed, but in some countries it is used to produce bread, etc. We import this product from Russia directly and without intermediaries to Iran, this product is imported to the country in a threshed and sorted form in 25 kg bags.
Grain millet has spherical grains. Millet can be yellow, white or brown. Millet sprouts, like corn, are larger than the size of a grain. Millet is similar to gourds and is used as bird food. In some parts of the world it is cooked like rice. Due to the type of protein matrix, millet starch can be opaque, transparent and translucent under light. Millet contains iron.
The nutritional value of millet
The nutritional value and calories of millet in 37 grams are 378 calories. Millet nutrients include 15% protein, high fiber, B-complex vitamins (niacin, folacin and riboflavin), minerals iron, magnesium, phosphorus, manganese, potassium, calcium and zinc, essential amino acids methionine, lecithin and vitamin A and rich in Phytochemicals such as phytic acid.
Millet has the least allergenicity and the highest digestion. Millet is a gluten-free substance that can be used for celiac patients.
Millet is also considered as a high-energy source of high nutrients for athletes and children, and when combined with legumes, it is an excellent source of protein, which is especially ideal for people on a vegetarian diet.
In traditional medicine is said that millet have a cooling heat by nature and has anti-depressant and anti-insomnia, sedative, anti-fungal, anti-phlegm, anti-hyperlipidemic, anti-breast properties. It regulates body temperature.
Prevention of heart disease and diabetes
Although barley is known to protect the heart, millet is one of the grains that has the same properties, whole grains are the main source of fiber and according to evidence, people who had the highest dietary fiber intake compared to those who consumed the least fiber , Had a 29% lower risk of CVD, but these beneficial effects are not limited to fiber, but whole grains are also rich in minerals, antioxidants, lignans and other phytonutrients.