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Himshakti

Finger Millets 500 gms (Pack of 2)

₹180.00
Why you should buy this?
  • Good source of calcium, iron, fiber, and amino acids, making it vital for blood and bone health, better digestion, and muscle repair.
  • 100% natural, Gluten Free, Premium Taste and Quality, grown in High Altitude of Himalayas
  • Nutritious & Easily Digestible
  • No artificial colors, flavors, and added sugar
  • It can be a part of everyday diet in the form of rotis, puddu, porridge, and other healthy yet tasty dishes

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ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT

Finger Millet, locally referred to as Mandua or Koda, is one of the healthy cereals grown in Uttarakhand.
The human body digests finger millet slowly and moderates spikes in blood sugar, making it a good alternative grain for people at risk of diabetes.
Finger millet is also an excellent source of B vitamins, which play a role in brain function, healthy cell division, and reduction in fatigue.
The potassium found in finger millet can help keep your kidneys and heart functioning properly. It helps your nerves transmit signals, which allows your brain and your muscles to work together smoothly.

Nutrient Value in 100 grams of Finger Millet
Protein (g) 7.3
Fat (g) 1.3
Ash(g) 2.7
Crude fibre(g) 3.6
Carbohydrate (g) 72
Energy (Kcal) 328
Calcium (mg) 44
Phosphorous(mg) 283
Iron (mg) 3.9

When you buy this, you buy a pack full of health and take to your home 'Himshakti' - 'the power of Himalayas.'

INGREDIENTS
Himalayan Finger Millet (Mandua Flour)
HOW TO USE
Prepare Mandua Ki Roti and serve it with delicious Sarson ki sabzi or ghee and jaggery


RATINGS AND REVIEWS

ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT

Finger Millet, locally referred to as Mandua or Koda, is one of the healthy cereals grown in Uttarakhand.
The human body digests finger millet slowly and moderates spikes in blood sugar, making it a good alternative grain for people at risk of diabetes.
Finger millet is also an excellent source of B vitamins, which play a role in brain function, healthy cell division, and reduction in fatigue.
The potassium found in finger millet can help keep your kidneys and heart functioning properly. It helps your nerves transmit signals, which allows your brain and your muscles to work together smoothly.

Nutrient Value in 100 grams of Finger Millet
Protein (g) 7.3
Fat (g) 1.3
Ash(g) 2.7
Crude fibre(g) 3.6
Carbohydrate (g) 72
Energy (Kcal) 328
Calcium (mg) 44
Phosphorous(mg) 283
Iron (mg) 3.9

When you buy this, you buy a pack full of health and take to your home 'Himshakti' - 'the power of Himalayas.'

INGREDIENTS
Himalayan Finger Millet (Mandua Flour)
HOW TO USE
Prepare Mandua Ki Roti and serve it with delicious Sarson ki sabzi or ghee and jaggery

RATINGS AND REVIEWS
RATINGS AND REVIEWS

ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT

Finger Millet, locally referred to as Mandua or Koda, is one of the healthy cereals grown in Uttarakhand.
The human body digests finger millet slowly and moderates spikes in blood sugar, making it a good alternative grain for people at risk of diabetes.
Finger millet is also an excellent source of B vitamins, which play a role in brain function, healthy cell division, and reduction in fatigue.
The potassium found in finger millet can help keep your kidneys and heart functioning properly. It helps your nerves transmit signals, which allows your brain and your muscles to work together smoothly.

Nutrient Value in 100 grams of Finger Millet
Protein (g) 7.3
Fat (g) 1.3
Ash(g) 2.7
Crude fibre(g) 3.6
Carbohydrate (g) 72
Energy (Kcal) 328
Calcium (mg) 44
Phosphorous(mg) 283
Iron (mg) 3.9

When you buy this, you buy a pack full of health and take to your home 'Himshakti' - 'the power of Himalayas.'

INGREDIENTS
Himalayan Finger Millet (Mandua Flour)
HOW TO USE
Prepare Mandua Ki Roti and serve it with delicious Sarson ki sabzi or ghee and jaggery