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The right way to eat fattening grains

Proper way of eating fatty grains: Excessive fatty grains lead to obesity; Stones, thyroid patients, pregnant women should not eat.

 

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Millet is called a super food. Everyone has heard about its benefits but hardly anyone knows about its disadvantages. The winter season has started and millet rotas, khichdi, chila, bati-churma, halwa and kachori are ready in most people’s homes. Now people’s breakfast consists of jowar roti, ragi chila or dosa. But coarse grains are not necessarily beneficial for everyone.

 

More than 20 types of coarse grains are grown worldwide. It is also a good source of protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals, which helps prevent heart disease, diabetes, obesity and stomach related problems, but some people should avoid eating it. Sometimes coarse grains can also cause obesity

 

Ayurvedcharya Dr. Sanjeevani Ayurveda Clinic, Gurugram. S. P. Katiyar says that everyone’s digestive system is different. It is not necessary that every food suits everyone. Some people also have food allergies. Only after understanding your body should you eat accordingly. Fatty grains contain phytic acid which is an anti-nutrient. It does not allow the rest of the nutrition to be absorbed by the body. To minimize its effects, coarse grains should always be eaten after soaking or sprouting. Vegetables should be eaten in abundance along with fatty grains.

Thyroid patients should not eat
There is a thyroid gland under the neck, from which the hormone thyroxine is released and reaches the whole body through the blood. There are two types of thyroid – hypothyroid and hyperthyroid. In people who have hypothyroidism, their thyroid gland produces low amounts of the hormone thyroxine. Iodine deficiency in the body. Millets contain goitrogens that prevent absorption of iodine during cooking. Hypothyroid patients should avoid eating coarse grains.

Avoid ragi if you have kidney stones
Rich in calcium, ragi is a panacea for many diseases. By eating it, weight is reduced quickly, skin glows, bones become strong, diabetes is avoided, anemia is not caused and it also has anti-cancer properties.

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But ragi should be eaten in limited quantities. Consuming it in excess increases oxalic acid in the body, which leads to the formation of kidney stones. Also, people who already have stones should avoid eating ragi.

Millet and sorghum increase potassium
Mixture of jowar and millet is good for the body. But if a person is a kidney patient and his potassium level is high then he is not allowed to eat jowar bajri. Because it contains good amount of potassium. At the same time, potassium can prove dangerous for a person who has high blood pressure problems. People suffering from joint pain should also avoid eating it. Even if uric acid is produced in excess, avoid eating it.

Eat only 90-100 grams of fatty grains per day
According to the Indian Institute of Millets Research (ICMR), only 90-100 grams of millet should be consumed daily. Consuming more than this can lead to weight gain and obesity.

Include grains in your diet according to the season
Although coarse grains are eaten in winter, the nature of each coarse grain is different, so it can be eaten seasonally. Millets and Jowar are warm in nature, so they are beneficial to eat in winters.

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