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Multigrain for Would-be-Mom & Baby

By Richmillet Nagaraju , in Multigrain,

Are you pregnant? Worried about the correct daily diet? Driving yourself mad about food safety? Are you forced to eat foodstuff that you usually hate? As it is, worrying is not going to do you any good in fact it is not advised to take worries seriously during this time. Multigrain Atta as many would suggest, even the health books are teeming with praises for Multigrain blended powder, is one of the nourishing food that is good for you and the growing baby inside you. It is one food that you make your daily diet ingredient and be sorted. Consumed in any form be it a plain chapatti or baked into bread, Multigrain atta is ever wholesome. A variety of grain combo makes this atta a multipurpose food for any pregnant lady. In fact for anyone who considers health their priority, it is THE food. It is not practicable for us to completely let go of wheat so the best alternative is to reduce its consumption. Instead of eating just wheat, it is highly recommended that you replace pure wheat with multigrain. Being indian and with wheat and rice as our staple diet since time immemorial, it is sometimes unthinkable to completely replace our daily roti from our meals. Wheat being a major part of our meals the second best alternative is to use Multigrain atta which not only lets us eat our daily rotis and chapattis but also lets us off the not so healthy reactions that arises out of the consumption of just wheat or atta.

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Multi Benefits Of Multigrains

By Richmillet Nagaraju , in Multigrain,

When we say Multigrain, it is not just more than one grain in the flour content, in fact it is a combination of five to six grains or sometimes even more. Mostly what we get in market in a multigrain packet is just some flour with another added grain like barley or maize. A little effort on the buyer’s part is required to go through the main ingredients listed in the packet and make sure of the ingredients and their nutrition claims. An essential thing to note is that a flour with a Multigrain label mentions ‘Whole’ grains so as to make it more healthy than just any ‘Single Whole Grain’ flour. As we all know, whole grain itself is beneficial for health so a ‘Multigrain’ flour would logically be multiple times beneficial. Another must check in the ingredients’ list is the percentage of ‘Whole’ grain in it. Always go for the ‘100%’ claims in packages so that you are sure all grains are ‘Whole’ grains in the mixture. Sometimes companies do not mention the quantity or percentage of the added grains in the Multigrain packet, so it is difficult to know how much of each grain or in what proportion the flours contain. A trick to know the main ingredients is to check the names of the topmost grains which will give a fair idea of which grains are majorly used in the flour. Mostly all Multigrain flours will have wheat as its main ingredient. Apart from whole wheat- millets, maize, barley, buckwheat, flax seeds, rice, corn, rye, oats and even pulses are other common components found in multigrain flours. Not all components are used in every Multigrain flour. In a particular Multigrain product mostly a combination is used which may have more than two to about six components.

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