Beauty Tips With Millet For A Healthy And Beautiful You

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April 3, 2014
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Beauty Tips With Millet

The ingredients of millet provide the true beauty from the inside

Beauty Tips with Millet

Beauty Tips with Millet

The Greek philosopher Pythagoras recommended once the millet to improve health and strength.

In China, the grain even counted among the five sacred plants.

Until about 100 years, the millet in the diet played a big role,

but was almost completely replaced by potato and corn and fell into oblivion.

 

Now, the healthy plant is making a comeback as a natural beautifier and is a  home beauty tip.

Scientific studies show that the ingredients of millet are not only

good for health, they also provide a natural beauty “from the inside. ”

 

The ingredients of millet have a positive impact on the growth and appearance of the nails, as well as the appearance of the skin.

 

Poor nutrition increase not only pounds on the hips but also lets your skin and hair look bad.

It is not enough to rely only on the care of the outside and the effect of skin creams because the skin

is a reflection of our diet and lifestyle. Make your skin look better with the nutrients supply

of millet the home beauty tip.

 

Beauty Tips With Millet – Benefits

The grain contains many minerals and trace elements that are essential for healthy skin,

hair and nails. In addition to 70 % carbohydrates, millet grains contain about 10 % protein

and also fat and minerals such as cereals, phosphorus,  fluorine, iron, calcium, and silicon, as well as

tocopherol and vitamin B6. The water content is around 12 %.

 

Besides a high iron content, millet contains a lot of silica. Silica is an essential trace element for

the connective tissue. It tightens the skin. Silica makes also glamorous hair. Iron deficiency

the cause of brittle nails and diffuse hair loss. Millet can close gaps in the supply of iron.

Millet mineral- richest and oldest Grain in the world

The mineral- richest and probably the oldest in the world grain can be cooked like rice and

served as mush as soup or in a salad or yogurt.Very healthy is also a fruit juice mixed

with 3 teaspoons of millet flakes.

 

Not only healthy oil can be pressed from millet, you can also brew beer. In the Himalayan region

a weak alcoholic beer is made from different varieties.

 

Millet is a collective name for cereal, all of which belong to the family of grasses.

Edible millet,  also called golden millet it contains high-quality protein and carbohydrates.

Furthermore, it provides various vitamins, minerals and trace elements, including magnesium,

potassium, iron, fluorine, and silicon.

 

The grain is considered as a natural beautifier

 

In many areas of Africa and Asia, the different kinds of millet are still

the main food, but are increasingly being replaced.

 

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Beauty Tips With Millet – Recipes

 

Millet patties with vegetables and masala

1 leek
1 carrot
1 zucchini
150 g of millet
1 egg  or egg substitute

½ tsp Garam Masala
1 tablespoon flour
Salt, olive oil or coconut oil

Put millet in water to cook ( fo millet patties should be a little softer to hold them better together).

Chop the vegetables very small and fry in a pan with some olive oil.It tastes especially good

when the vegetables are lightly browned. Mix all ingredients together, form small patties and

fry over high heat in a pan with a little coconut oil. Serve with a salad or a vegetable dish.

You can take these patties to the office or on a trip because they almost taste better cold than warm.

 

Millet Casserole

150 g of millet
800 g spinach, chard or similar
½ tablespoon coconut oil
1 clove of garlic
Nutmeg, to taste coriander and cinnamon
200 g feta or replacement
1 egg or egg substitute
salt

Cook the millet in water. Meanwhile, steam the vegetables. Add the chopped garlic in a saucepan

with war coconut oil, put the vegetables in it and season with salt and spices.Add the diced feta cheese,

the yolk and the cooked millet and stir. Fold in the whipped egg whites.Put in baking pan and

bake in the oven at medium heat until forms a slight crust.

 

Cabbage wrap with millet and meat

8 large cabbage leaves
120 g of millet
200 g ground meat (beef or chicken)
1 egg or egg replacement 
Coriander, cinnamon, nutmeg
1 clove of garlic
400 ml tomato sauce
Olive oil and salt

Blanch the cabbage leaves, remove the hard stalk.Mix the cooked millet, the meat,

the egg, season with salt and spices. Pour into each cabbage leaf 1/8 of the mass and

fold the leaf into a roll. In a pan heat up a clove of garlic in a little olive oil,

add the tomatoes sauce and salt. Place the wraps into the sauce,

cover and simmer over low heat on both sides

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  • Cal Akasha April 3, 2014 at 9:37 pm

    Wow…I must eat millet to improve the health of my hair. I didn’t realize it’s so high in silica! That’s fantastic for a grain. I also love the recipes, will definitely make a couple of them. The cabbage wraps sound yummy as I’m a vegetarian. Thank you 🙂
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    • admin April 3, 2014 at 10:47 pm

      You are welcome Carolyn ,
      I am happy you liked this post and hope
      you can improve the health of not only your hair .
      There are more vegetarian recipes coming in my book for you.
      Thank you for your comment

  • JMC Mason Rudolph April 4, 2014 at 1:42 am

    Very timely as I’m currently eating veggies only with small amounts of starches. Variety is KEY to sustaining this diet of mine yet nutrition is the GOAL.

    *Anyhoo, Millet it is …

    Great post. 🙂
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    • admin April 4, 2014 at 11:10 pm

      Thank you Mason,
      try it ,millet is good for everybody and good to eat
      with veggies or fruits .
      Thanks for the comment

  • Nate April 4, 2014 at 2:01 am

    Wow, I never knew about millet. These are some great tips to implement. I’ll be sharing this. Thank you!
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    • admin April 4, 2014 at 11:08 pm

      Hi Nate ,
      if you never heard about ,than you learned
      something new ,this is good.
      Try millet and eat it ,it is healthy.
      Thank you

  • Jeanne Melanson April 4, 2014 at 8:31 pm

    This is very interesting. I haven’t eaten mullet in many years, but I used to eat it a lot. I had no idea that it had so many healthy properties. I’m going to bring it back into my life now, thanks to you. Awesome post! Peace.
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    • admin April 4, 2014 at 11:02 pm

      Hi Jeanne ,
      Good to bring it back ,
      it is very beneficial and
      I am writing a little book about .
      Happy you liked the post 🙂
      Thank you for the comment

  • Rachel Lavern@Online Biz Boomer Babe April 4, 2014 at 9:38 pm

    Hmmm…I have never heard of millet but will have to investigate further to determine if I want to add to diet. Thanks.
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    • admin April 4, 2014 at 11:00 pm

      Hi Rachel ,
      I do not wonder you did not hear about ,
      it was for a long time disappeared ,but
      comes again ,because it is gluten free
      and really good for health ,beauty ,weight loss and detox.
      Thank you for the comment

  • Diane Bester April 5, 2014 at 3:43 pm

    Millet has many benefits, but I never knew how to incorporate that into my diet. I love the recipes that you share. Although some of the ingredients you have I do not usually carry in my pantry, I think I need to start including them.

  • Jacs Henderson April 5, 2014 at 6:11 pm

    I like the sound of all the nutrients in Millet and I am going to look out for some to try at home.
    Thank you for the recipes for ideas 🙂
    Jacs
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    • admin April 5, 2014 at 10:35 pm

      You are welcome, Jacs
      Try it ,best to start with a breakfast
      the casserole is good as well and I know in Europe you can get millet flakes or
      brown millet as well which can be raw and ground ,put in juices smoothies or on salad.
      Thank you for the comment

  • Susan Cooper April 5, 2014 at 11:38 pm

    It’s been eons since I eaten millet. Now I have a good reason to go buy some, make it and eat it again. Beside the recipes look awesome. 🙂
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    • admin April 6, 2014 at 12:39 am

      Hi Susan ,
      Good for you ,if you start eating it again .
      I hope the recipes make a tasty dish for you.:)

      This is the first time ,I see marshmallow can be made at home,
      will have a look at it 🙂

      Thank you for the comment

  • Monna Ellithorpe April 6, 2014 at 11:50 am

    Hi Erika,

    Interesting post. I have never heard of millet until I started reading your blog and I am learning all sort of great information about it.

    Have a great day, Monna
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    • admin April 6, 2014 at 9:35 pm

      Hi Monna ,
      Now you learned something new
      and there is a whole book coming of it 🙂
      with even more information .
      Thank you for the comment

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