Benefits & More
- Potent Antioxidants – Help fight free radicals
- High Protein - Good source of energy
- Fibre Rich – Supports healthy digestion and weight management
- Potent minerals such as – Potassium, Iron, Magnesium, & Zinc
- Rich Source of Calcium – Supports healthy bones
- High in Lecithin – Helpful for the central nervous system
- A2 Cow Ghee - Rich Source of Omega 3,6, & 9 fatty acids
- Organic Jaggery – Rich source of trace minerals like calcium, and potassium
Let your love for Kodo millet last longer with these amazingly delicious Kodo millet ladoo. They are sugar-free and can be savoured by all from children to the elderly. These sweet balls will make a delightful sweet for all those who are health conscious and wants to binge their sweet craving without putting on that extra kilo.
Organic Gyaan offers Kodo millet ladoos that are made with the purest of ingredients such as – organic Kodo millet flour, A2 Gir cow bilona ghee, organic jaggery, dry fruits mix, jaiphal, poppy seeds, gond and green cardamom. This will add that extra taste and zest to the ladoos making an ideal must-have sweet on various happy occasions!
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 blood sugar levels and healing wounds.
- It may also help in fighting free radicals and remove toxins from the body.
Kodo Millet is also known by other names such as:
- Kodo millet in Hindi is Kodra
- Kodo millet in Tamil is Varagu
- Kodo millet in Telugu is Arikelu
- Kodo Millet in Kannada is Harka
- Kodo Millet in Bengali is Kodon
- Kodo Millet in Assamese is Kodua