Sorghum is also called great millet, Indian millet or jowar of the grass family and its edible starchy seeds. Sorghum is especially valued in hot and arid regions for its resistance to drought and heat.
Different usage are - grain sorghums, used for food; grass sorghums, grown for hay and fodder, and broomcorn, used in making brooms and brushes. It can be consumed in the form of flour and is used as a substitute for wheat. It can be used to make chapattis, breads, pancakes, waffles, cookies, etc.
- Helps in weight loss
- Manage diabetes and controls blood sugar level
- Rich in antioxidants and fights inflammation
- Rich in micro-nutrients
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