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Ragi Chapati: A Nutrient-Rich Flatbread with Health Benefits

Ragi, a finger millet native to South India, is gaining popularity due to its exceptional nutritional profile.  Ragi chapatis, flatbreads made from ragi flour, offer a delicious and versatile way to incorporate this ancient grain into your diet. Beyond their taste, ragi chapatis boast a range of health benefits supported by scientific research. Here's a closer look at the science-backed advantages of consuming ragi chapatis: Promotes Gut Health : Ragi is a rich source of dietary fiber, a crucial component for digestive well-being. A study published in the journal "Nutrients" found a positive correlation between high-fiber diets and increased gut microbiota diversity, which is essential for optimal gut health. Supports Cardiovascular Health : Ragi is a whole grain rich in complex carbohydrates and low in saturated fat. Research published in the "European Journal of Clinical Nutrition" suggests that whole grains can help lower LDL ("bad") cholesterol lev

The Secret Tips To Make Soft Ragi Roti [Easy Millet Recipe]

Avoid These Common Mistakes When Making Soft Ragi Roti [Millet Recipe for Weight Loss] ----------------------------------------- In this video, we'll show you how to make soft ragi roti with a rolling pin, easy ragi chapati, and step by step millet roti recipe. Ragi, or millet, is a gluten-free, grain-free flour that is often used to make soft, fluffy roti or chapati. If you're looking for a gluten-free, grain-free recipe that is easy to follow, then this is the video for you! We'll show you how to make soft ragi roti with a rolling pin in just a few easy steps, and then you can enjoy these delicious roti or chapati for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! Ragi chapati without wheat flour ingredients 1 cup- ragi atta (finger millet flour) 1/2 cup- bubbling hot water 1 tsp flaxmeal (also)--optional 1/4 tsp- methi powder(fenugreek powder)--optional ghee for smearing on chapati later salt if you wish to (i didn't add) ---------------------------------

Besan Ki Roti for Weight Loss, Diabetes (Gluten-Free Chickpea Flatbread Recipe by RAVNEET BHALLA)

 How do you make besan ki roti for weight loss? Chickpea flour is packed with protein that keeps you filling full for longer in addition to fiber, which makes the gluten-free besan chapati recipe a perfect treat for weight loss. Whether you love to eat besan ki roti with chutney or onion or soya chili, this easy fulka recipe will come in handy. Besan ki roti benefits  Rich in folate Well, when it comes to counting the benefits of besan fulka, there are aplenty. Also known as garbanzo beans, chickpea beans are legumes that are rich in fiber and protein. Chickpeas are rich in vitamins and minerals. Chickpea flour is replete with folate, which is almost double that of fortified wheat flour.  That means if you are deficient in iron and hemoglobin, you should increase your intake of besan ki roti or chickpea flour. Pregnant women who use chickpea flour roti or besan recipes are at a low risk of spinal cord or neural chord defects during this time, which are common among women that lack fol