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Multigrain Hi-Protein Premix

Multigrain Hi-Protein Premix

Regular price Rs. 290.00 Sale

An ideal blend of high- protein ingredients including pea protein, amaranth flour and sorghum flour, Multigrain Hi-Protein Atta premix, in combination with wheat flour, provides 50% more protein than your regular whole wheat atta.   

With the goodness of multi-grains, this high-protein atta premix gives you the essential nutrients like protein and fibre. Therefore, it assists in weight loss along with prevention and healthy management of lifestyle disease like diabetes, CVD and hypertension.

Use it for making your regular chapatis and get an extra boost of protein and fibre for active, lighter and fitter you!

Per serving

Add 12.5 gm of Multigrain Hi-Protein Premix in 50 g of wheat flour.

  1. Pea protein concentrate.
  2. Amaranth grain flour.
  3. Sorghum flour.
  4. Rice protein concentrate.
  5. Psyllium husk powder.
  6. Fenugreek powder.
Nutritional information
Component per 100 g
Energy (kcal) 348.2
Protein (g) 42.0
Fat (g) 2.5
Carb (g) 39.3
Dietary Fibre (g) 10.2
Sugar (g) 0.8

 

Mix 250 g of Multigrain Hi-Protein Premix with 1 kg of wheat flour. Prepare the dough with warm water (about 20 mins prior to cooking) and make rotis as with normal wheat atta. For best results make roti just before meal timings.

Per serving

Add 12.5 gm of Multigrain Hi-Protein Premix in 50 g of wheat flour.

“Don’t Consume this product without mixing with wheat flour”

  1. Pea protein serves as an alternative source of protein for vegetarians or those following restricted diets. Being a source of lysine and arginine, pea protein is especially sought after for active lifestyles. Consuming pea protein improves body composition, muscle thickness, and sustain accretion of lean body mass.
  2. Amaranth is one of the most protein-rich plant-based foods. In addition, it contains dietary fibre & minerals. It is a well-balanced food with medicinal benefits such as decreasing plasma cholesterol levels, reducing blood glucose levels,   improving hypertension and anaemia, stimulating the immune system, as well as antitumor activity.
  3. Sorghum is rich in phenolic compounds, especially 3-deoxy anthocyanidins and tannins. In-vitro and animal studies have shown that extractions from sorghum benefits the gut microbiota and parameters related to obesity, oxidative stress, inflammation, diabetes, dyslipidemia and hypertension.
  4. Rice protein possesses a vital function in the modification of triglyceride metabolism, leading to an improvement of body weight and adiposity.
  5. Psyllium husk slows gastric emptying and decrease the speed of absorption of fat and glucose exposing more distal parts of the small intestine to these energy-yielding nutrients . This results in the prolonged sense of fullness. It also reduces the risks of metabolic conditions by improving glucose levels and insulin response, as well as lipid profile in humans.
  6. Fenugreek provides high satiety value owing to its natural, soluble fiber- galactomannan which has a high swelling capacity. It also helps in lowering blood sugar levels by slowing down the digestion and absorption of carbohydrates. Fenugreek is also a scientifically proven agent as antidiabetic, antihyperlipidemic, antiobesity, anticancer, anti‐inflammatory, antioxidant, galactagogue and for improving women's health.
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