Have You Tried These Nutrient-Rich Alternatives for Wheat? 

By Shruti Sanwariya 


Buckwheat, popular in Navaratri, is a sweet flour. It is cooked like rice for salads, side dishes and ground into grits for cereal, pancakes, or pasta. It aids in heart health, inflammation, and diabetes.


Consumed in the form of flour, flakes, pasta, etc. quinoa is gluten-free and nutrient-rich, boasting high protein, zinc, fiber, and antioxidants.


Millet, a side dish or breakfast cereal, boosts baked goods with its flour. Rich in B vitamins, it aids weight loss and lowers blood pressure.


A gluten-free grain, it is rich in fiber, protein, iron, and nutrients. It aids in weight loss, controls blood sugar, improves heart and bone health, and boosts energy and circulation.


Derived from the inner trunks of sago palm trees, sago comes in a starch or flour form. It is utilized in baking and as a thickener in puddings, desserts, and sauces.

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