Amaranth Flour

Amaranth Flour

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Rajgira Atta is a non-cereal flour commonly consumed during fasting periods like Navratri & Shravan. Also known as Amaranth Atta after the plant it is derived from, Rajgira Atta is rich in Calcium and Soluble fibre.
Advantages Of Rajgira Atta:-Since amaranth is high on fiber and slow to digest, it makes you feel full for longer eliminating the urge for repeated unhealthy snacking.Antioxidants found in amaranth prevent oxidative damage to the cells. This cuts down the risk of cell mutation into cancerous cells.
Amaranth has anti-inflammatory properties and helps in relieving chronic pain that occurs due to gout, arthritis and diabetes. It owes its anti-inflammatory properties to the presence of certain peptides.Amaranth is a fiber-rich grain which promotes digestive health and ensures healthy bowel movement.

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  •  1.Amaranth (Rajgira orRajgiri) was an important staple food for the Aztecs, 15th century residents of the present day Mexico but somehow got lost along with their civilization.Amaranth isn’t technically a grain like oats, wheat or rice.
    2.The flowers of the plant are made up of minuscule, grain-like buds, the reason why this plant often falls into the “grain” category.
    3. With recent research highlighting its many uses and nutritional benefits, amaranth has been gaining importance as a super-grain.
    4.Amaranth is a good source of carbohydrates  and is packed with fiber.
    5.One cup serving of cooked grains provides 46 grams of carbs and 5 grams of fiber. Amaranth grains are high in protein and other minerals like calcium, phosphorous, magnesium, iron, folate and selenium.