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Himalayan Barley Flour

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Quick Overview

Himalayan Barley comes in a sealed packet with a net weight of 500 grams. The product is hand cultivated, harvested and processed, thereby preserving the nutrition of the crop atmost. We do not use any preservatives in whatsoever means, therefore we recommend our concious consumers to consume the product as soon as possible within a time period of one month.

Himalayan Barley  is almost grown in the entire, particularly middle and upper regions, Himalayas at an altitude. This is a fibre rich crop, mostly eaten by villagers during their long travails in the Hills. Also, it helps to maintain blood sugar level because of its high soluble fibre content.

Health Benefits:

  • Richness in soluble fibers makes it very beneficial for healthy digestion, body metabolism and heart health.
  • Richness in essential amino acids makes it very beneficial for controlling blodd sugar level and helps fight against diabetes.
  • Richness in selenium and other nutrients makes it very beneficial for healthy heart and prevents heart diseases.

Regular intake of barley is used to maintain body metabolism.

Himalayan Barley comes in a sealed packet with a net weight of 500 grams. The product is hand cultivated, harvested and processed, thereby preserving the nutrition of the crop atmost. We do not use any preservatives in whatsoever means, therefore we recommend our concious consumers to consume the product as soon as possible within a time period of one month.

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