1) (van Dam RM, Hu FB,Diabetes Care). The FDA permits foods that contain at least 51% whole grains by weight (and are also low in fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol) to display a health claim stating consumption is linked to lower risk of heart disease and certain cancers. Now, research suggests regular consumption of whole grains also reduces risk of type 2 diabetes.
2) American Journal of Gastroenterology. Eating foods high in insoluble fiber, such as millet, can help women avoid gallstones.
3) (Cade JE, Burley VJ, et al., International Journal of Epidemiology). When researchers looked at how much fiber 35,972 participants in the UK Women's Cohort Study ate, they found a diet rich in fiber from whole grains, such as millet, and fruit offered significant protection against breast cancer for pre-menopausal women.
4) Washington, D.C., August 12, 2013. A study just published in the Journal of Nutrition shows that pearl millet bred to contain more iron can provide young children with their full daily iron needs.
5) Dr. Michael Hambidge, Professor Emeritus at University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, University of Colorado, Denver.
'This study comes as a good surprise—that, pearl millet, one of the neglected cereals or what they call the poor man’s grain is high in iron and zinc. These two nutrients are present in significant quantities in animal based food sources. However, India has a large population which depends on plant based food sources.'+ Read More
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