My name is Dietitian Shreya. I am 35 years old, a Clinical Dietitian & certified Yoga Expert (YIN Aerial).
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Dietitian Shreya is a globally renowned Dietitian and Clinical Nutritionist. With clients across the globe. Expertise in Diabetes Management, Weight Management and Hormonal Imbalance.
Post Graduate Diploma in Physiotherapy and Nutrition Post Graduation Diploma in Nutrition and Dietetics PGIMER / Ex- FORTIS (Clinical Nutritionist) Ex Dietitian Mid Day Meal (U. T. Education Deptt.) TEDx Speaker
Foxtail Millet scientific name Setaria italica (synonym Panicum italicum L.) Other names for the species dwarfsetaria, foxtailbristle-grass, giantsetaria, greenfoxtail, Italianmillet, German millet, and Hungarian millet
Browntop millet is one of rarest millets now. It is gluten-free, has low GI and so its consumption reduces cholesterol. It is rich in fibre, iron, calcium, magnesium and many minerals and is gluten-free.
Proso millet is a unique Indian Mint that was domesticated as a crop somewhere around thousands of years ago, in China. This millet is now cultivated in India, the Middle East, Turkey, Russia and the United States.
Sorghum or (Indian) Jowar is extensively cultivated in India. It is a fiber rich millet which can replace refined flour or Maida . Jowar can be cultivated in dry and arid region and can bear heat and drought.