Ragi Atta is made by milling Ragi grains which is exclusively grown in Southern part of India. Organic Ragi is cultivated without using pesticides and fertilizers, is prominent millet used by most South Indians, as a dietary staple. Ragi, also known as “Finger Millet” is rich in calcium iron, protein and some rare nutrients such as methionine. Easily digests from infancy through old age, thus an ideal first food after an infant reaches at least 6 months of age to the elderly class.
Being highly compatible with oats, is one of the most nutritious food that is easy to digest. Healthy and mouth-watering dosa can be prepared with Organic Ragi Atta alone or mixing with wheat atta or multigrain atta.
Ragi is the common name of Finger Millet in Southern part of India (and known as Nachni in the northern part of India). Organic Ragi Atta originates from organically cultivated Ragi in dry tracts on Southern India. The millet is later sundried and milled to derive Organic Ragi Atta. Organic Ragi Atta is filled with nutrients and supplements, easily digestible and absorbed by your body from infants to old aged. Organic Ragi Atta is rich in essential amino acids, not synthesised by your body. These are essential for you to keep up good health by avoiding deficiency of any of these. Rich in calcium and protein and also has good amount of iron and other minerals, thus provides you with all nutrients. It is low in fat most of which are unsaturated fats. Atta can be mixed with Wheat Atta to make chapattis, also known as Indian bread. Organic Ragi Atta is used in baking delicious cookies, bread, etc.
|Name of the component||g/mg per 100 g|
|Calories from Fat||20|
|Total Carbohydrates||80.4 g|
|Dietary Fiber||3.6 g|
|Total Fat||1.5 g|
|Saturated Fat||0.0 g|
Amino acid content of Organic Ragi Atta (per 100g serving)
|Amino acid||mg/g protein|
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