Red Jowar Millet/Sorghum/Cholam
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Red Jowar is similar to White Jowar but is red. Most of the health benefits of white jowar will also apply to red jowar.
- It improves immunity by fighting against free radicals that cause harm to our body
- It helps in maintaining heart health
- It helps in maintaining blood sugar levels
- It is a rich source of protein
- It also contains no gluten. Therefore, it is one of the good substitutes for wheat
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A reddish-colored form of jowar, commonly referred to as sorghum, is called red jowar. In India, Africa, and other regions of the world, jowar is a common variety of cereal grain. It is a well-liked staple meal in many nations and is used to prepare a variety of foods, such as bread, porridge, and alcoholic beverages.
High quantities of antioxidants are found, it can help prevent cell damage and reduce the incidence of chronic illnesses like cancer and heart disease.
Dietary fiber can aid with better digestion, blood sugar control, and lowering cholesterol levels.
Red jowar is a good source of this type of fiber.
Gluten-free grain, making it a great alternative for people with celiac disease or gluten intolerance
Because red jowar contains fiber, it can lower LDL, or “bad” cholesterol levels, which lowers the risk of heart disease.
A wonderful choice for athletes to maintain their energy levels throughout the day, it offers prolonged energy.
It is a nutrient-dense, low-calorie snack that can keep you satisfied for extended periods of time and help with weight management.
With a good source of plant-based protein, red jowar is a fantastic choice for vegetarians and vegans.
Upma. Replace soju (semolina) with jowar to make upma, but retain a small portion of soju for the same grainy and crunchy texture.
Dosa. Another south Indian delight: we love to have dosa for breakfast. .