From a humble crop that once satiated the poor to the base of a gourmet meal for the health conscious, millets have made a comeback.
While flavours of the grain may vary to suit modern palates, a doctor's ideal recipe is still traditional.
A research paper has documented this formula and tracked its impact on people with diabetes. The study, undertaken by M V Hospital for Diabetes, found that replacing rice-based dosas with ones made of foxtail millet (Thinai) can significantly bring down sugar levels in those suffering from type-2 diabetes...................Read more
Source: The Times of India