৪ টি প্রাচীন ভারতীয় শস্য যা আপনার রান্নাঘরে ফিরে আসা উচিত!
রঙ্গ হল যে স্বাস্থ্য সচেতন মানুষ আজ ওটস ও কুইনোয়া খায় অথচ আমাদের প্রাচীন ভারতীয় শস্যগুলোকে পুরোপুরি ছেড়ে দিচ্ছে। চলুন এসব শস্যের দিকে একবার নজর রাখি, যা আমাদের দাদু-দিদার থালায় সবসময় শোভা দিত।
In our Indian way, nowadays, refined flour, wheat flour and other modern grains make a huge space. The ancient Indian grain tides, bajra and ragi were removed and refined flour, bread and polished white rice came.
But the fact is that our own Indian ancient grains were unprotected and filled with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and food fiber. That's why our grandfathers were so healthy and active, and on those old days, the burden of the disease was also low.
However, it is a matter of tragedy that health conscious people eat oats and quinoa today, and our ancient Indian crops have been completely abandoned.
Let's once look at the grains that were always in our grandfather's thales and helped keep them healthy and active:
Of course, 4 Indian Indian grains which are included in your diet must be done
1. Amarnath or Rajgira
Amarnath or Rajgira is a very nutritious crop and one of the main food grains in India. It is a great source of vegetable protein, for which it is beneficial for vegetarians.
Protein is very important for the formation of cells and tissues. It prevents infections, improves the body's immune system and is essential for proper growth and development. In comparison to other crops, the amount of protein in Amarnath is high.
Also, Amaranth is a major source of antioxidants and food fiber. Amaranth plays an important role in strengthening bones, improving eyesight, reducing high cholesterol levels and controlling diabetes. Moreover, it is gluten-free, for which it is called a perfect grain for people with Silicone Disease .
The residents of Rajasthan and Gujarat enjoy bajra eating very gladly. At the same time, Bajra also has a major food for people living in rural areas. It is one of India's oldest cultivated crops and it is one of the main sources of food fiber, magnesium, phosphorus and iron.
It is beneficial for people suffering from diabetes due to the high amount of food fiber in Bajara. Fiber contained in it prevents glucose from entering the blood and does not allow blood glucose to increase.
Moreover, high levels of bajra high cholesterol levels
Helps control, prevents weight gain, increases appetite and increases digestion.
The tide is a glue-free grain, which is used to make powdered and used for making bread, dosa, vakri and chakta bread in India. This ancient Indian crop is the most healthful choice for mangalese grains and carbohydrate in the body.
It contains vitamins and minerals like Vitamin-B complex, copper, calcium, zinc, potassium and phosphorus.
Regular tide plays with a lot of stomach and you do not get hungry again. Therefore, it is useful for those who want to lose weight and be physically capable. People with diabetes and changes in lipid profile problems should also take part in the tide of their daily diet.
4. Rage or dance
Ragy is a great food, which is used regularly in the kitchens of South India. Dosa, Kanji and other ingredients made from ragi are the main ingredients of food. Not only for adults, it is also an excellent food ingredient for rugged children.
This is a good source of calcium, which is very beneficial for overall bone health. In addition, playing regular rage, avoiding anemia, helping to reduce weight, keep mental depression away and keep blood pressure normal.
So, in conclusion, it is said to start eating those foods your grandfather used to eat. Share the ancient Indian grains again with your regular diet and give a great place in your kitchen and dining table.