Fiber of Millet Bran is the product of high biological value and the product of special dietary use.
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It is recommended to take this fiber as a dietary supplement to the food ration so that to normalize digestion and gastrointestinal tract functioning, to reduce the blood sugar level, to prevent thrombosis, to normalize metabolism and cholesterol level in the blood, to enhance the immune system and body defenses, to improve overall condition of the body, to prevent cardio-vascular diseases, to normalize prostate gland functioning, to release toxins from the body, to prevent colon cancer and dysbacteriosis, and to normalize hormonal balance. As millet bran contains a high level of cooper, manganese and niacin, it can stimulate hematopoiesis, while magnesium high content facilitates dilation of coronary vessels. Millet bran can remove residual antibiotics and decomposition products from the body (eat millet bran when taking antibiotics). Also, millet bran can reduce the growth of tumors.
This fiber helps to lose weight, to reduce obesity, to normalize weight, and to facilitate active longevity. Millet bran can mend broken bones and strengthen damaged bones as well as heal wounds, and reinforce muscle strength. Taking millet bran at hypertension normalizes blood pressure for a long time, and makes the eyesight sharper at night and twilight. Vitamins contained in millet bran improve the skin condition, speed up tissue regeneration, and improve the growth of hair and nails. Also, they are essential for preserving eyesight and the immune system.
It is recommended to take this fiber at high physical and psychoemotional loads as an additional source of food fibers, macro- and microelements, protein, and vitamins. Also, it is taken to provide optimal dietetic conditions of functioning of digestive system, lever, and pancreas; to normalize motor function of the intestine, to support normal functioning of cardio-vascular system, to prevent atherosclerosis, obesity, haemorrhoids, thrombophlebitis, ischemic heart disease and diabetes.
This fiber cleanses the body from bile acids and toxins, releases nitrates that enter the body when eating fruits and vegetables.
The fiber of millet bran is rich in energy; it is an excellent antioxidant and radioprotector. It also facilitates better digestion and normalizes the intestine microflora. The fiber cleanses your body by means of soaking up all excessive substances that have accumulated over the years. Once in the intestine, this fiber swells and acquires the ability to sorb and remove from the body toxins, wastes, excessive cholesterol, ammonia, and bile pigments.
You can add the fiber to any first or second course, porridge, vegetable caviar, vegetable or fruit salad, quark, milk, kefir (butter milk), yoghurt, juice, fruit puree, and dessert. Also use it to cook buns and bread. It is perfect for au gratin.
Fiber of millet bran is very useful and can replace bread as it contains no yeast and white flour.
Health Benefits of Vegetable Fiber of Millet Bran
Millet bran fiber is valued at most for the high content of food fibers. This fiber helps to regulate the intestine functioning, to improve microflora, and to lose weight. It is very useful for health and slim figure.
Millet bran consists of floral cover (peel) of the grain, grain germ, and aleurone layer of the grain. It is bran, which contains the most useful things that may be found in the grain itself. Bran contains 90% of biologically active components of the whole grain. Meanwhile, top-grade flour is a pure starch that has no living cells or microelements necessary for our body.
Regular consumption of fiber of millet bran helps to reduce cholesterol level and sugar level in the blood. Also, fiber of millet bran can arrange biliary excretion at gallbladder dyskinesia, and helps to get rid of constipations. Fiber of millet bran removes harmful detrimental compounds of heavy metals from the body.
Fiber of Millet Bran to Lose Weight
This fiber is very useful for those people suffering from overweight; it helps to lose weight, and to get a slim figure. Fiber-rich food is absorbed more slowly and provides feeling of fullness for a longer time. Fiber of bran enhances the intestine peristalsis thus reducing absorption of nutrients and consequently of calorie content of food.
Furthermore, this fiber swells in the intestine and increases in volume thus giving a feeling of fullness and preserving people from overeating and gaining excess weight, and further obesity.
Fiber of millet bran contains B-group vitamins, vitamin A, and vitamin E. It also contains microelements that are needed for normal metabolic processes in the body. Such microelements are as follows: potassium, calcium, fluorine, zinc, magnesium, selenium, chromium, etc. Bran can be classified as health food product. Many valuable minerals are destroyed in the process of grain milling. As a rule, those who like pastries have got hyperacidity. If food is cooked with using uncleaned grain or bran, it helps to prevent constipations, and such concomitant diseases as: haemorrhoids, obesity and so on, and also thrombophlebitis, ischemic heart disease, and diabetes.
Fiber of Millet Bran to Struggle Against Obesity and Diabetes
Vegetable fibers, that are contained in large numbers in bran, are poorly digested. So, people do not feel hungry for a longer time. That is why the fiber of millet bran is so popular among people suffering from excess weight. Also, this fiber has low nutrition value. When passing through the intestine, the fiber swells and forms a soft mass that removes decomposition products and cancerogens from the intestine. Due to this the fiber of millet bran can reduce the blood sugar level and cholesterol level.
The fiber of millet bran is recommended as an effective supplement to patients suffering from diabetes. Regular consumption of this fiber restores metabolism and reduces the blood sugar level.
It slows down the absorption of carbohydrates reducing thereby the speed of increasing of the blood glucose level. Therefore, regular consumption of this fiber is useful for those people suffering from diabetes (i.e. the fiber of millet bran included to the diabetics food ration reduces consumption of medicines containing insulin).
Research data show that taking fiber of millet bran at diabetes reduces the increase of blood glucose level after eating. Consequently, there is no need to take insulin and other anti-diabetic medicines.
Fiber of Millet Bran to Provide Normal Functioning of Cardio-Vascular System
Millet bran is recommended for those who suffer from cardio-vascular system diseases, atherosclerosis, habitual constipations, hypertension, and kidneys diseases. Millet bran contains vitamins A, E, PP, B-group vitamins, and such minerals as calcium, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, iron, iodine, zinc, copper, manganese, and nickel. Potassium content in millet bran is 4 times higher than in rice, while magnesium content is 5 times higher. As millet bran contains a high level of cooper, manganese and niacin, it can stimulate hematopoiesis, while magnesium high content facilitates dilation of coronary vessels. Millet bran can remove residual antibiotics and decomposition products from the body (eat millet bran every day when taking antibiotics). Also, millet can reduce the growth of tumors, while its diuretic properties help to treat edema. Millet bran can mend broken bones and strengthen damaged bones as well as heal wounds, and strengthen muscle system. It also facilitates soft tissues connection. Taking millet bran at hypertension normalizes blood pressure for a long time, and makes the eyesight sharper at night and twilight. Millet bran contains a lot of iodine, zinc, potassium, sodium, bromine, and phosphorus.
Scientists insist that people could live longer and feel better if they had eaten more food containing fiber of rude and hard digested food. It is bran, which is exactly such food. As it contains a lot of fiber it is hard digested.
Health Benefits of Fiber of Millet Bran for Male and Female Body
People consuming more vegetable fiber are less exposed to heart diseases compared to those consuming far too little of fiber. The fact that bran has therapeutic and protective properties is associated with a high number of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytonutrients contained in it. Furthermore, some vegetable lignines contained in bran are phytoestrogens in fact. Regular consumption of phytoestrogens prevents the occurrence of neoplasms related to hormones.
Millet bran is rich in vitamin B3 and vitamin B6 as well as such polyunsaturated acids as OMEGA-3 and OMEGA-6. Therefore, bran as well as flax seed oil normalizes estrogens level in female body. Consumption of bran is very useful for prevention and treatment of breast cancer, endometriosis, hysteromyoma, and other gynaecological diseases.
Vitamin-E rich millet bran (a vitamin of youthfulness) included into men’s food ration helps to restore potency and preserve men’s health for years.
Regular consumption of fiber of millet bran removes detrimental compounds of heavy metals from the body. Fiber of millet bran normalizes the intestine functioning and reduces the development of colon tumors. Thanks to fiber of millet bran the digestion process transferrers to that area in colon where usually a tumor appears.
It seems that fiber of millet bran is useful almost in everything. So it is. Counterindications can occur only at acute phase of gastritis, polyps, and gastric ulcer. It is better stop consuming fiber for a while at acute phase until recurrence ends.
If you have increased feeling of hunger at nights but you can’t eat after 6 PM because of the diet prescribed by your dietitian, just drink a glass of kefir (butter milk) mixed with a handful of millet bran fiber to relieve hunger.
Bran-rich food facilitates a formation of a special substance that prevents the cells damage. Nutritionists say that we have to take 30g of food fibers per day. Food fibers give a feeling of fullness.
They also stimulate biliary excretion, intestine motor function, thin the intestine content as well as form and increase the number of fecal mass and effect positively on the intestine microflora, and reduce effectively cholesterol level in the blood. The lack of fiber in today food ration is one of the reasons of constipations, and the main factor of the development of colon and rectal polyps, and haemorrhoids.
Fiber of millet bran is necessary for normal functioning of digestive system; it is essential for prevention of cancer diseases. Millet bran is rich in fiber that can retain a lot of water thanks to its pore structure. Once in the intestine, it thins fecal masses and facilitates their active movement in the colon. Thanks to this property, the fiber is useful for those people suffering from frequent constipations.
Fiber of millet bran contains such substances that excite the intestine peristalsis and facilitate the wastes removal. The most important microelement for the human being is iron that is left in bran too (unlike flour).
The most important bran property is an ability to retain water. For example, 1g of bran can retain 5g of water. It enhances colon peristalsis and increases the volume of fecal masses. The fiber shortens the contact of harmful substances and metabolism byproducts with colon mucous membrane in the body, thus bringing to minimum the development of colon cancer and haemorrhoids.
Furthermore, the fiber is a perfect breeding ground for useful intestinal flora. Due to that fact, the consumption of fiber of millet bran is an effective method of dysbacteriosis prevention and treatment.
B-group vitamins contained in millet bran facilitate digestion (vitamins B2 and B3 have a beneficial effect on mucous membrane of the whole alimentary tract, while vitamin B3 stimulates gastric juice production and the intestine motor function as well as increases activity of liver, and pancreas). Fiber of millet bran normalizes biliary excretion and absorbs harmful bile acids and bad cholesterol formed in the result of enterohepatic circulation of bile. This is the reason why you should take fiber of millet bran every day so that to prevent and treat biliary dyskinesia, cholelithiasis, and other diseases of liver, gall bladder, and bile ducts.
Therapeutic and nutritious benefits of fiber of millet bran are immeasurable. It cleanses the intestine perfectly, and this is a key to health and longevity.
Since olden time, steamed millet bran in Rus has been used in folk medicine as purgative agent and the agent that normalizes digestion. Also, it is used at poisonings and for therapy tanks as well as a softening agent at psoriasis, eczema, and skin dryness. Archiaters in France used bran as sure remedy to cure heart diseases. Nowadays, millet bran is used in cosmetology to prepare face masque for fading skin.
Consumption of 20–30g of this fiber per day helps the patients suffering from familial adenomatous polyposis to prevent the occurrence and the development of rectum polyps. Patients suffering from nonfamilial adenomatous polyposis can avoid polyps reacquisition after their removal by means of surgical excision.
Directions For Use
You can add the fiber to any first or second course, side dish, vegetable caviar, vegetable or fruit salad, quark, milk, kefir (butter milk), yoghurt, juice, fruit puree, and dessert. Also use it to cook buns and bread.
You can normalize the intestine functioning within only 3 or 4 days by adding millet bran to your food. None of the medicines can provide you with such results.
Fiber of millet bran is very useful and can replace bread as it contains no yeast and white flour.
Steam the fiber with water and drain it in half an hour.
Take a swollen fiber with warm water or just add it to your dish as indicated above.
Take 1 or 2 teaspoons of this fiber per day just for preventive purposes. Those children who reach by 2 years of age can take this fiber. Daily intake of fiber is prescribed strictly individually taking into consideration stool frequency — it is desirable that a person should go to the toilet 2 times per day when taking fiber. Begin taking 1 teaspoon 3 times per day. Then you can increase your intake to 1 tablespoon 3 times per day.
When taking fiber of millet bran, drink a lot of water (about 6 glasses per day).