Wheat is one of the world’s most commonly consumed cereal grains. Specially in India, it is counted as the main cereal crop. The total area under this crop is about 29.8 million hectares in India. Wheat grown in central and western India is typically hard, with high protein and high gluten content.
India is the second largest producer of wheat after China. Indian wheat has high gluten strength and is uniformly golden.
Wheat has the right amount of Calories, Water, Protein, Carbs, Sugar, Fibre and Fat required for your body when consumed in the right amount.
Whole Wheat is a good source of several vitamins and minerals. Some of the common minerals are Selenium, Manganese, Phosphorus, Copper and Folate.
We provide different kinds of Organic Wheat which include:
1. Whole Wheat (Gehu)
2. Black Wheat
3. Bansi Wheat
4. Sarbati Wheat
5. Sonamoti Wheat
Whole grains are the healthiest among all grains. Hence, Whole Wheat has the complete nutrients intact in it.
Black Wheat is a unique strain of Wheat. It holds its colour because of Anthocyanins. Anthocyanins are the pigments that determine the colours of fruits and vegetables.
Black wheat has the capacity to cure cancer, manage weight, and control blood pressure and cholesterol.
Bansi Wheat is a traditional variety of wheat grown in India, which have very less production as compared to modern hybrid variety. Bansi wheat is known for its distinct Reddish colour unlike the general amber or off white colour of normal wheat, and also because of its quality to produce soft chapatis. Bansi is a hardy and pest resistant variety of wheat. It is also free of gluten allergens.
Regular consumption of Bansi Wheat in our diet maintains balanced diet. Some major health benefits of Bansi Wheat are:
1. Controlling Diabetes: Magnesium present in Bansi Wheat is seen to promote the cell’s insulin sensitivity which plays crucial role in blood sugar management.
2. Being a good source of fibre, it promotes good bowel movements and relieves constipation.
3. It also protects the skin from premature ageing.
The grains of Sarbati Wheat are bigger in size and has a golden sheen to it. It is also known as MP Wheat. An interesting fact about Sarbati atta is that drought brings out the best quality in this wheat.
It is rain water irrigated and the soil for Sarbati Wheat is high in potash content and low in humidity. This amazingly increases the protein content of the wheat by almost 2%. It is because of this that Sarbati Wheat does nkt requires any kind of pesticides.
Sarbati atta is packed with essential nutrients and generous amounts of vitamin B and E, that aid in the growth of red blood cells, boost energy levels, good eyesight, good digestion and improve cardiovascular health.
It is a rare desi variety of wheat. Sonamoti Wheat contains 12% more Folic Acid as compared to other grains. It controls blood pressure and heart diseases.
It also helps to reduce sugar level while building immunity. It is traditionally known to be rich in protein. Magnesium and Iron are also found in abundance which boosts energy level. It also supports healthy digestion. This variety is also known as Pegambari and Sugar Free Wheat.