Even though millet is generally related with the main component in birdseed, it is not only taken "for the birds." Velvety like crushed potatoes or fleecy like rice, millet is a delightful grain that can convoy several sorts of food. Like with several grains, millet is obtainable in markets all over the year. It is minute in size and rotund in shape and can be gray, white, yellow or red. It is a gluten-free grain and Yellow Millet is the healthiest grain that is rich in starch and effortlessly gets digested. It is a good source of amino acids and consequently used in both human and animal food.
Yellow Millet is also recognized as "Pancium Millet" or "Foxtail Millet" in India. It is extremely rich with manganese, phosphorus, copper, and magnesium. It possesses heart protective properties, lowers diabetes risk, helps in the development and repair of body tissues, prevents gallstones, breast cancer and child asthma.