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Kodo Millet

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Kodo, Koda or Arke millet is one of the most popular and widely consumed superfoods. In Sanskrit, the Kodo millet is called Kōdrava and it has its roots in the seventeenth century. Being an annual drought plant its seeds are tiny and its colour varies from light brown to dark grey. In the ancient Ayurvedic text, the Kodo millet is classified as langhana. It means it brings light to the body when consumed. Kodo millet also comes under the category of Trina Dhanya Varga which means grains that are produced by grass-like plants. It is referred to as a nutritious food that is treasured for its medicinal, therapeutic, and culinary capabilities, and it is great for controlling sugar levels, reducing fatigue and healing wounds. Kodo millets are cold in nature hence it helps in balancing Kapha and pitta dosha Kodo millet is also highly nutritious. It has high protein content, low fat, and very high fibre content. Apart from these, Kodo millets are also a rich source of B Vitamins especially niacin, B6 and folic acid. It also has many minerals such as calcium, iron, potassium and zinc.

Health Benefits of Kodo Millet:
- Regular consumption of Kodo millet is very beneficial for cardiovascular health.
- It may aid in weight management. Being rich in fibre, eating Kodo millets makes you feel fuller thus preventing overeating. It is also beneficial in other stomach-related problems such as constipation, flatulence and bloating.
- Having antioxidants, Kodo millets may help in controlling sugar levels and heals wounds.
- It may also help in fighting free radicals and removing toxins from the body.

Uses of Kodo Millet:
- Kodo millet can be used as a great breakfast dish. Whether you want to make dosa, idli, upma or poha adding Kodo millets in it will make the dish healthier and tastier.
- It can also be cooked as a replacement for rice dishes such as khichdi, pulao, biryani and so forth. It’s a healthier version of rice.
- Kodo millets can also be used in preparing various dessert dishes such as kheer, puddings, ladoos, etc.

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