Why You Should Eat Organic Breakfast Cereals

Wang Yan
Wang Yan

Global Courant

What has caused grains to become the food mainstream and why is every food marketer jumping on the bandwagon? There must be something important that makes every food category vie to include this element in some form. From products made for children to items intended for adults heading to the gym or sports ring, they are part of every package these days.

The interesting twist is that food vendors in our households have been selling us this power source for many years, but we haven’t listened carefully.

Grains such as Upma and Poha offer not only taste, but also tremendous health benefits. Nowadays you have access to the ready-made Upma mix.

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Foxtail Millet Upma Mix: Regular use of foxtail is a good protection against cardiovascular disease and reduces the risk of cardiac arrest and death. Being a diabetes friendly food, it contains a fair amount of phenol (a strong antioxidant) which is used to get rid of toxins in the body. People who cannot consume wheat have few options as most of the products in the market such as cookies, bakery products like bread, etc. are made from wheat. As a gluten-free diet, foxtail millet is a perfect food for people suffering from celiac disease, it aids digestion, increases energy levels and helps maintain cholesterol levels.

Sooji Rava Upma Mix: Sooji is very good for diabetics or people who want to lose weight. Sooji is made from durum wheat and is slow to digest, preserving energy for a longer period of time.

Wheat Daliya Upma Mix: An excellent source of dietary fiber, Daliya is one of the best alternatives to wheat. It helps with weight loss, diabetes and prevents constipation. It is also used as a weaning formula to transition babies from breast milk to semi-solid foods. Being rich in protein, it aids in muscle building.

Grains do not have to be equated with oats. Grains like puffed paddy are simply storehouses of health. If one needs to control weight without feeling too hungry and without draining the stomach, the best way is to eat a good organic cereal such as puffed paddy, also called nel pori or aralu in the local language. It is a very good source of potassium, zinc, copper, thiamine, niacin, vitamin B6, pantothenic acid, iron, magnesium, phosphorus and manganese. The presence of magnesium helps with enzyme function, energy boosters, strengthening the heart muscles, preventing strokes and preventing heart attacks. Magnesium is also associated with the treatment of depression. With this puffed paddy you make Bhel Puri.

Many recipes commonly sacrificed by weight conscious people can be easily recreated using grains such as Wheat Daliya, Foxtail Millets, Rava Sooji and Puffed Paddy.

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It is an added advantage when the grains are organic. Organic crops are not exposed to synthetic pesticides, GMOs and fertilizers based on petroleum or sewage sludge. Organic farming practices include using natural fertilizers such as compost and manure to nourish the soil and plants. Crop rotation, mulching and tillage are used to control weeds, while insects are controlled using natural methods such as traps and birds.

Enjoy the comfort of organic grains and the health that comes with it.

Why You Should Eat Organic Breakfast Cereals

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