Nutritional and health benefits of millets.

  title={Nutritional and health benefits of millets.},
  author={Benhur Dayakar Rao and Nagappa Gurusiddappa Malleshi and George Amponsah Annor and J. V. Patil},

Modern Processing of Indian Millets: A Perspective on Changes in Nutritional Properties

Globally, billions of people are experiencing food insecurity and malnutrition. The United Nations has set a global target to end hunger by 2030, but we are far from reaching it. Over the decade,

Evaluation of physical, functional and nutritional quality parameters of kodo millet flour

Evaluation of quality characteristics of millets help in development and promotion of millet based products. Evaluation of physical and functional properties revealed that bulk density, rehydration

Study to select the sugar concentration and compatible flavour for preparation of finger millet enriched probiotic fermented milk product

In the current study, finger millet enriched probiotic fermented milk products were prepared using, caramel @ 0.8%, chocolate syrup @ 1% and strawberry flavour @ 0.4% and sugar as sweetening agent

Investigation on the bio-efficacy of fungal and bacterial bio-agents against Alternaria alternata inciting little millet leaf blight

The present in vitro study was carried out to know the antifungal activity of six fungal and 10 bacterial bio-agents against Alternaria alternata inciting little millet leaf blight disease.

Physical, functional, nutritional, phytochemical and antioxidant properties of kodo millet (Paspalum scrobiculatum)

Kodo millet (Paspalum scrobiculatum) is a nutritious grain and is also known as cow grass, rice grass, ditch millet, Native Paspalum, or Indian crown grass. Physico functional properties revealed

The arrival of millets to the Atlantic coast of northern Iberia

Despite being one of the most important crops in the recent prehistory of Eurasia, the arrival and exploitation of millets in the westernmost part of Europe are still largely underexplored. Here and

Sustainable plant-based ingredients as wheat flour substitutes in bread making

Bread as a staple food has been predominantly prepared from refined wheat flour. The world’s demand for food is rising with increased bread consumption in developing countries where climate

Potential and unrealized future possibilities of browntop millet in the food sector

Browntop millet (BTM) is small-seeded annual grass cultivated as grain crop, primarily on the marginal lands in dry areas in temperate, subtropical and tropical regions. It is increasingly receiving

Physiochemical and Textural Properties of Dairy Dessert Containing Millet Flour as a Substitute for Rice Flour

Dairy desserts are milk-based products that play an important role in maintaining the mankind diet because of their nutritional value. The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of adding



Effects of Dietary Korean Proso-Millet Protein on Plasma Adiponectin, HDL Cholesterol, Insulin Levels, and Gene Expression in Obese Type 2 Diabetic Mice

Considering the central role of adiponectin and HDL cholesterol in improving and ameliorating type 2 diabetes, obesity, and cardiovascular disease, the findings imply that PMP may have potential for therapeutic intervention in type 2 diabetic mice.

Sorghum production technology

Sorghum production technology , Sorghum production technology , مرکز فناوری اطلاعات و اطلاع رسانی کشاورزی

Amino Acid , Fatty Acid and Mineral Content of Black Finger Millet ( Eleusine coracana ) Cultivated on the Jos Plateau of Nigeria

Finger millet (Eleusine corocana) is a staple of some communities living on the Jos Plateau of north-central Nigeria. Having reported in 2003 on the nutrient content of the more-common tan-colored

Nutritive value of Indian foods

Millet Grains: Nutritional Quality, Processing, and Potential Health Benefits

In the 21st century, climate changes, water scarcity, increasing world population, rising food prices, and other socioeconomic impacts are expected to generate a great threat to agriculture and food

Whole grains and protection against coronary heart disease: what are the active components and mechanisms?

against coronary heart disease (CHD) has challenged investigators and clinicians for >20 y (1). Whole-grain foods are emerging as a dietary constituent that delivers significant health benefits.

Bioactive phytochemicals in Indian foods and their potential in health promotion and disease prevention.

  • B. N. Rao
  • Biology, Medicine
    Asia Pacific journal of clinical nutrition
  • 2003
There is, however, much scope for further systematic research in screening Indian foods and diets for these phytochemicals and assessing their potential in protecting against chronic diseases.

Sorghum Production Technology, published by Sarasijakshi M.H., Dharwad, India and 5910

  • 1997