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7 Cereals and How We Can Incorporate Them into Our Daily Diet Routine?

  • 7  Cereals and How We Can Incorporate Them into Our Daily Diet Routine?

Cereals have become a top choice for all of us these days and specially in millennials who are looking for quick healthy solutions for their hunger pangs. But often, we tend to have these cereals in the most usual and sometimes boring ways, making us refrain from eating healthy. So we bring you 7 Whole Grain Cereal Products and some interesting ways we can include them in our daily diet routines.

1. Oats

Oats have always been in the number 1 position when it comes to talking about Whole grain cereals. They are either available in a crushed format (Instant Oats) or in the form of Rolled or Steel cut Oats. They are an excellent source of protein, fibre and B vitamins. You can have oats with milk or you can try out various other recipes at different times of your day. You can prepare overnight oats for a quick breakfast, Oats Smoothie for a pre-lunch intake and Oats Ladoo for a quick evening snack.

2. Muesli

Muesli is a delicious breakfast bowl which is made up of oats, nuts, seeds and dry fruits. This combination makes Muesli a go-to choice if you are looking for a vitamin, protein and fibre-rich meal. You can start your day with a nice Muesli bowl with milk/yogurt, have a nice Muesli smoothie in the evening and end your work day with Muesli balls.

3. Granola

Granola and Muesli are almost similar but the only difference is how they are consumed. While Muesli has raw ingredients, Granola is baked. It can be enjoyed with various flavours and in unimaginable ways. You can have a nice Granola pancake in the morning or have a granola smoothie in the evening. You can even pamper yourself with a good looking glass of Granola Parfait! Granola can help you with improving your digestion and even protects heart health due to being low in calories.

4. Quinoa

Quinoa is a metabolism boosting whole grain which is jammed with essential nutrients. It is a mixture of vitamins, minerals and nutrients, required by the body for carrying out the overall functioning of the human body. The gluten-free property of quinoa makes it more healthy, beneficial in certain disorders of the body and keeping you healthy throughout. You can enjoy Quinoa by making a nice Quinoa salad, Quinoa patty / tikki and Quinoa upma.

5. Whole Grain Flakes

Flakes are available in a variety of ways in many markets. These flakes are either Corn flakes or other whole grain flakes. While corn flakes consist of sugar in abundance, whole grains are more promising for you as they are rich in fibre and protein and even benefit your overall health. Flakes made from Bajra, Jowar, Amarnath, Barley are some of the best you can have on a daily basis. You can garnish your flakes with your favorite fruits and vegetables or make a smoothie out of it with some seed mixes.

6. Millet

Millets are cereal crops which are naturally gluten free and are rich in various nutrients that are beneficial for our health. They are a source of fibre, magnesium, zinc and calcium. They are even high in starch and protein amounts which makes it a must have in your daily diet. Millets can be consumed in the form of porridge and even can be included in your favorite dishes like upma, dosa, khichdi or halwa.

7. Brown rice

We all know how Brown rice is considered as a healthier option in comparison to white rice. This is because Brown rice is a whole grain which means that it contains all the parts of the grain. Due to this, Brown rice is rich in protein, fibre, vitamins and other nutrients. You can make a Brown rice salad, Khichdi or cook different types of cuisines of rice with it.

It takes great pride in sharing that we are certified by the Whole grain Council of US for all our whole grain products being True to our Food.

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