Foxtail millet is an annual grass grown for human food. Currently, it is widely grown in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar states. Adding urad dal in foxtail millet we can prepare many Indian dishes.
Persons who have a proper staple diet plan foxtail millet will be an addon for that diet. Foxtail millet grains are mostly grown in Tamil Nadu where foxtail millet murukku is an auspicious traditional dish for them. It is widely grown near the Yellow river in China, India, Russia, Africa, and the United States. The cooked foxtail millet in the form of millet murukku will be the best food to maintain sugar levels because it has sufficient iron and calcium levels . The organic millet flour will give a good hydration state to the body which will provide good blood sugars too.
For those who are health conscious and are worried about what they eat, experts suggest that millets should be a part of their daily regular diet. Millets are nutritious, non-glutinous (non-sticky) and are not acid-forming foods, thus making them very easy to digest.