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Pearl Millet

Pearl Millets are a great source of starch, making it a high-energy food. It is also an excellent source of protein and fiber. It is said that the amino acids in the pearl millet are more easily digestible than the ones found in wheat.

Due to essential nutrients such as methionine (an amino acid), B complex vitamins (niacin, thiamin, and riboflavin), folic acid, lecithin, potassium, magnesium, manganese and zinc, millets are very effective in several roles. Niacin reduces cholesterol while magnesium is essential for maintaining good heart health, as it lowers blood pressure and reduces the risk of heart attacks.

Pearl millet is a rich source of phosphorus, which plays an important part in the structure of body cells. Phosphorus, found in pearl millets, is a significant component of several necessary compounds including adenosine triphosphate (ATP). This element is also a crucial component of nucleic acids, which are the building blocks of the genetic code. Phosphorus is a constituent of lipid-containing structures such as cell membranes and nervous system structures.


Proteins : 22g
Water : 17.3g
Ash : 6.5g
Calories : 756
Carbohydrates : 146
Fat and Fatty Acids : 8.4 g
Vitamins : E, K, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, B6
Calcium : 16mg
Iron : 6 mg


Magnesium : 228 mg
Phosphorus : 570 mg
Potassium : 390 mg
Sodium : 10 mg
Zinc : 3.4 mg
Copper : 1.5 mg
Manganese : 3.3 mg
Selenium : 5.4 mcg


Maize is a leafy stalk whose kernels have seeds inside. It is an angiosperm, which means that its seeds are enclosed inside a fruit or shell. It is used as a food staple by many people in Mexico, Central and South America and parts of Africa. In Europe and the rest of North America, maize is grown mostly for use as animal feed.





Carbohydrates : 18.7 g
Fat : 1.35 g
Proteins : 3.27 g
Vitamins : A,B,C
Iron : 0.52 mg


Magnesium : 37 mg
Phosphorus : 89 mg
Potassium : 270 mg
Zinc : 0.46 mg
Water : 75.96 g


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