Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) is member of grass family.
In Ayurveda Barley is also known as Yava.it is an ancient cereal as well as ideal for madhumeha Yava has kashaya, madhura rasa, ruksha, laghu guna with shita virya and katu vipaka as per Ayurvedic pharmacodynamics.
One cup of barley will supply you with 14.2% of the daily value for niacin.
- Barley is good source both soluble & insoluble fibers, protein, vitamin B & vitamin E, iron, copper flavonoid, anthocynin , It is good source of niacinhence helps lower risk of heart disease.
- Barley is excellent choice of grain which is versatile as it helps in reduce cholesterol, reduces blood sugar levels as well as helps shade weight too.
- another reason to increase your intake of barley is that, in addition to its fiber, barley is also a good source of niacin,B vitamin that provides numerous protective actions against cardiovascular risk factors.
Niacin can help reduce total cholesterol and lipoprotein (a) levels. (Lipoprotein (a) or Lp(a) is a molecule Niacin may also help prevent free radicals from oxidizing LDL, which only becomes potentially harmful to blood vessel walls after oxidation. Lastly, niacin helps reduce platelet aggregation, the clumping together of platelets that can result in the formation of blood clots.
- Due to vitamins & minerals content of barley it will helps in improve digestive health,prevents risk of osteoporosis.
- Also, potassium, calcium, and magnesium, which are all present in barley, have been found to decrease blood pressure naturally.
- It is also a replacement to high GI wheat atta and better substitute for regular roti.
- It helps to control sugar levels as well as helps to provide satiety.
- It is beneficial for patients with diabetes, heart disease as well as those whose lipid profile is elevated.
- Promote use of healthy atta to masses.
Nutritional information of barley – 100 g
|Total Fiber||16 gms|
Net weight – 2 kg
DIRECTIONS OF USE
No Added Colours, Chemical Preservatives, Essences & Artificial Flavours.
Contains No Refined Flour (Maida)