‘Kuttu ka atta’ is really very nutritious. Kuttu Flour is a byproduct of Kuttu fruit. Kuttu is a fruit and not a grain and that it is extremely warm in its potency. This is the prime reason why Kuttu ka Atta (Buckwheat Flour) is not eaten in an everyday meal. The high nutrition and the vital elements are easily found in this flour which is brown.
Why eat kuttu ka atta only during Navratras?
Vrat ka khana gives to body and taste buds a break from the regular fare, and also helps you put a brake to mindless eating without thinking that we practice through the rest of the year (mostly!)
Kuttu ka atta (buckwheat flour):
- Buckwheat flour is packed with high quality protein and offers more of the amino acid lysine that is missing from most of our regular or preferred staples wheat and rice (corn, oats and quinoa also contain this amino acid)). That is a big plus, primarily in strict vegetarian diets where enough good quality protein is always a challenge.
- It contains a lot of fibre. It has plenty of B complex vitamins.
- It is loaded with minerals including trace minerals like phosphorus, magnesium, iron, zinc, copper and manganese. This underrated flour is cardiac protective.
- Kuttu atta also provides a rich supply of antioxidants, particularly rutin that again is a known heart disease protector as it strengthens capillary walls and improves circulation. Plus high magnesium in it relaxes blood vessels, improves blood flow and helps lower the BP.
- Buckwheat is also the richest source of D chiro inositol, a unique type of carbohydrate that reduces blood sugar and helps prevent diabetes.
- Buckwheat Flour or Kuttu Atta has been known to heal the Hemorrhages in the body by straightening the walls of the capillaries
- It is immensely rich in fiber that is extremely important for cleansing of the digestive tract in the body
- Richness in Vitamin B makes it well suited to the skin and overall functioning of the organs
- Buckwheat lowers blood pressure and manages diabetes
- It is the best detox that the body can absorb resulting in complete toxin removal of the body
If you want to eat the hearty and nutritious Kuttu Ka Atta without feeling any discomfort, eat it with a serving of Curd or Butter Milk. Due to the warm potency, Kuttu Ka Atta is best consumed with foods that have cold potencies like butter milk and Curd to balance the effects.
It’s a strong taste and usually an acquired one. But whether or not you find it tasty, it is time to incorporate it in our diets. And no you don’t need to slather it in oil to cook it, there are lots of ways you can eat it: porridge, pancakes, crepes, bake a bread with it, Soba noodles and you can even add the buckwheat grains to soups, salads, chicken dishes to score both health and crunchiness.
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