Jowar flour is made by grinding the small round grains of jowar (white millet). … It can be consumed plain, made into porridge, roti and other dishes, or used in combination with other flours. It is preferred by the gluten intolerant, and is often cooked as a porridge to be eaten alongside other foods.
Improves digestion. Jowar contains a good amount of fiber, around 48 percent of what is required by our body on daily basis.
It fights against free radicals. Boosts immunity. Improves heart health.
It is gluten-free. Rich source of protein. Controls blood sugar level.