History says ragi was first cultivated in Hallur region of Karnataka. It has remained one of the staple food choices of the State since then.
- Loaded with calcium, it helps to keep bones and teeth healthy and prevents osteoporosis
- The low glycaemic index lessens food cravings and maintains the digestive pace, consequently, keeping blood sugar within a safe range
- Ragi works wonders for maintaining young and youthful skin
- An excellent source of natural iron, it is a boon for anemia patients
- Regular consumption of Ragi is highly beneficial in dealing with conditions of anxiety, depression and insomnia