Benefits & More
- Gluten-Free – Helps with digestive problems
- High In Fibre – Supports weight management
- Rich Source of Carbs – Regulates blood sugar levels
- Protein Rich – Provides energy
- Contains Calcium – Good for bones
- Rich Antioxidant – Fight free radicals in the body
We all want to lead healthy lives and adopt a nutritious diet. Every day, what we put into our bodies has an effect on how we feel and function. This is why we want to take into account wholesome meals like jowar dalia. Jowar Dalia also known as sorghum porridge is usually made from jowar grain. It is healthy, delicious and absolutely gluten-free. As per Ayurveda, Jowar is generally madhura and kashaya in rasa and is easily digestible (laghu). It can pacify the Vata and Kapha dosha and has a cold potency (Sheeta Virya). Sorghum is listed as one of the neutral millet and we also offer other neutral millet such as pearl millet, finger millet & proso millet.
Sorghum Porridge/ Jowar Nutrition
The myriad of essential nutrients in jowar includes iron, calcium, potassium, phosphorus and manganese. It is also a rich source of vitamins, protein and fibre that are essential for the body. Organic Gyaan offers premium-quality sorghum porridge which is natural, unpolished and gluten-free. Furthermore, the jowar price we offer is one of the best that other online markets!
Sorghum Benefits /Jowar Benefits for Health
- It’s a gluten-free grain which helps in the digestive system.
- Jowar Dalia is also fibre rich and thus lowers the risk of obesity, high blood pressure, cardiac disease, and digestive problems.
- Consuming jowar Dalia also helps in regenerating cells because it is high in protein and iron.
- Helps in weight management as well they are also super beneficial for bones.
Sorghum Porridge/Jowar Dalia Uses
- It can be used to make upma, khichdi
- Best used is to make jowar porridge with veggies.
Sorghum is also known by other names such as:
- Sorghum in Hindi is called Jowar
- Sorghum in Gujarati is called Jowari
- Sorghum in Punjabi is called Jowar
- Sorghum in Tamil is called Cholam
- Sorghum in Kannada is called Jola
- Sorghum in Telugu is called Jonna