Sorghum grain is packed full of the nutrients you need to stay healthy. Jowar is among the healthiest choices you can make for your daily carbohydrate intake. Given a typical balanced diet comprises 55-60% carbohydrates, you can have one or one-and-a-half servings of Jowar
twice a day, either at breakfast, lunch or dinner. Fuel your body with a high-energy grain. Sorghum contains 10 percent protein, nearly 75 percent complex carbohydrates and is rich in Bcomplex vitamins to help you feel fuller longer and power you through your day. Certain types of sorghum grain are rich in antioxidants, which may help lower your risk of cancer, diabetes, heart disease and some neurological diseases. High in potassium and low in sodium, sorghum grain promotes healthy blood pressure. Studies have shown that sorghum consumption is linked to lower incidences of esophageal cancer globally, including parts of Africa, Russia, India, China and Iran. Wheat and corn consumption have been linked to elevated rates of esophageal cancer.