Jowar Roti, జొన్న రొట్టె, ಜೋಳದ ರೊಟ್ಟೆ, ज्वारीची भाकरी, 30 Nos. Each is about 24 Cms Diameter
As the Rotis are handmade and baked on the Roti Tawa, black spots are natural. Please don't think them as mildew.
A 1-cup serving of jowar contains 12 grams of dietary fiber. This amount supplies approximately 48 percent of the Food and Nutrition Board's recommended daily allowance of fiber for the average adult. Compared to other cereal grains like barley or rice, jowar contains a much higher concentration of fiber. According to a 2009 study published in "Nutrition Reviews," a diet rich in high-fiber foods like jowar may lower your risk of obesity, stroke, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, elevated blood cholesterol and digestive problems like diverticular disease, colon cancer, constipation, and hemorrhoids.
Jowar contains 8.45 milligrams of iron in every cup or nearly 47 percent of the required daily intake of iron for women and over 100 percent of the RDA for men. Iron is necessary for the body to produce red blood cells and adenosine triphosphate, or ATP, the main source of cellular energy. Without adequate iron, you may be more likely to develop anemia or neurological disorders like attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. The iron in jowar is non-heme iron, a form of the mineral that is not absorbed as easily as the heme iron in animal-based products. You can increase the iron you absorb from jowar by eating it with meat or a source of vitamin C. Try tossing steamed, chilled jowar into a salad with orange segments, or serve it as a simple side dish for grilled beef or chicken.
Phosphorus is required by the body to support the growth and maintenance of bones. It is also a necessary part of the structure of cell membrane phospholipids, DNA and RNA, and plays a vital role in triggering the activation of a variety of hormones and enzymes. Each 1-cup serving of jowar provides 551 milligrams of phosphorus or about 78 percent of the daily intake for adults. According to the Linus Pauling Institute, only 50 percent of the phosphorus in plant-based foods like jowar is digestible since the mineral is in the form of phytate. Humans lack the enzymes needed to break down phytate. To increase the amount of phosphorus you get from jowar, incorporate jowar or jowar flour into baked goods containing yeast.
Every 1-cup serving of jowar provides men with 38 percent of their recommended daily intake of thiamine and women with 41 percent of their daily thiamine requirement. Thiamine belongs to the B family of vitamins and is also known as vitamin B-1. Your body needs adequate thiamine to support the function of the nervous and immune systems, to aid in energy metabolism and to help synthesize ATP. Eating plenty of thiamine-rich foods may lower your risk of heart failure, neurodegenerative problems such as Alzheimer's disease and eye problems like cataracts.