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24 Mantra Organic Mota Poha 500 G - 500g

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  1. 100 % Organic
  2. Zero pesticide Free
  3. Preservative Free
  4. Free of bleaching and whitening agent
  5. Gluten Free
  6. Source of energy
  7. Versatile ingredient


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Flattened rice is also called Poha or atukulu. Poha as it is called in India has relatively higher nutritional content than white rice due to the presence of aleurone layer. Poha is a very convenient and ready to use product. 24 Mantra Organic Poha or Flattened Rice has No bleaching agent or whitening agent added to it. And it is not the thin paper poha variety. The processes involved in making poha are soaking of paddy, roasting, flaking, sieving and packing. The major component of poha is carbohydrate. Rice like any other cereal provides a fair amount of protein, phosphorous, iron and in small amounts B vitamins. While making poha out of rice grains conversion of starch into resistant starch is necessary. The resistant starch functions as the potential source of pre-biotic food material. Poha has more resistant starch compared to rice and has lower glycaemic index, therefore in moderation good for diabetic people. Goodness of 24 Mantra Organic Food: Organic food is grown on the right soil, without the use of harmful or synthetic pesticides, fertilizers or other chemicals. Organic food production on the basis of several studies is Known to have potential human health benefIt's. Agricultural practices based on the use of chemical pesticides have been linked to negative impacts on human health and environment. 24 Mantra Organic Poha or flattened rice can be made into chivda, onion poha or kanda (potato) poha, upma. Poha or flattened rice can be eaten with milk as a breakfast cereal. It can also be used as an ingredient in namkins (savoury snacks).

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