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Cereals and Grains

yellow corn
Yellow corn, commonly known as dent or grain corn, is a soft starch-rich kind of field corn. Because the pigment that colours maize yellow, beta carotene, converts to vitamin A when ingested, yellow corn has somewhat greater nutritious value than white corn. Lutein is also abundant in yellow corn. It is consumed in the form of flour, steamed and also roasted.
Pearl millet
The most extensively farmed millet is pearl millet, which has been cultivated in Africa and the Indian subcontinent since prehistoric times. Because pearl millets are high in antioxidants, they provide significant protection against diseases caused by free radicals. Pearl millet is an excellent way to keep blood sugar levels in check. It also has a lot of fibre. Millet is a good diet for babies as
Finger millet (1)
The annual herbaceous plant finger millet, also known as ragi in India and kodo in Nepal, is widely grown as a cereal crop in arid and semiarid areas of Africa and Asia. Finger millet is high in natural calcium, which helps to build bones in growing youngsters and the elderly. It's a popular grain substitute for wheat and other grains, and it's used to produce bread, beer, and cereal.
brown rice
Brown rice is a full grain including both the bran and the germ. These are high in fibre and include a variety of vitamins and minerals. Brown rice as a dietary staple may assist overweight people in losing weight and lowering their BMI, a frequent indicator of healthy or unhealthy weight.
Soybean, also known as soja bean or soya bean, is an edible seed from an annual legume in the pea family (Fabaceae). The soybean is the most significant bean in the world economically. Soybeans in their whole form are high in protein and dietary fibre. Cooked, they can be added to sauces, stews, and soups.
foxtail millet
Italian millet and German millet are other names for foxtail. In India, it is commonly farmed as a rainfed crop and is known as Kangni, Thinai, and Rala. Foxtail millets are nutrient-dense, non-glutinous (non-sticky), and acid-free, making them a breeze to digest. Foxtail Millet is high in calcium, which is essential for supporting bone health. It also has vitamin D in it.