Aashirvaad Sugar Release Control Atta

Aashirvaad Sugar Release Control Atta is a blend of whole wheat flour and pulse and legume flours forming a unique "Natural Grain Mix". Ingredients like oats and methi ensure that this Atta is high in protein and fibre with a Low Glycemic Index. It releases its sugar slowly in the body and thus helps in preventing sugar level spikes.

AASHIRVAAD SUGAR RELEASE CONTROL ATTA IS CLINICALLY TESTED TO HAVE GI VALUES LESSER THAN 55

Aashirvaad Sugar Release Control Atta is clinically tested to have GI values lesser than 55. This formulation is so unique that all its ingredients are chosen and used in optimal proportions, so as to have similar taste and sensory profile like any other normal Atta.

WHAT'S SO GOOD ABOUT OUR ATTA*

The product helps manage sugar spikes, when consumed as a part of a healthy diet and lifestyle.

The atta can be used in regular diet as a staple food, just like any other Aashirvaad Atta variants. It is suitable for making chapati, roti, paratha or poori.

* A balanced diet should provide around 50-60% of total calories from carbohydrates, preferably from complex carbohydrates, about 10-15% from proteins and 20-30% from both visible and invisible fat (Dietary guidelines for Indians - A manual, National Institute of Nutrition, 2011). Main Source of carbohydrates for dietary management of diabetes should be cereals, mixed coarse grains, whole pulses, salads and soybeans (Guidelines for management of Type 2 Diabetes, Indian Council of Medical Research, 2005).

FAQ

What is GI (Glycemic Index)? Why is it important for me?

What is Low GI food and how is it better than High GI food?

Does all the food we eat have sugar content?

Does eating more sweet increase the chances of Diabetes?

How does Low GI food help an entire family?

Does SRC Atta have some artificial ingredients?

Does SRC Atta help healthy individuals - Non diabetic or sugar concerned?

Does the recipe to make Chapatis change for SRC Atta (low GI) Atta?

What are the general dietary guidelines for "Sugar concerned individuals"?

Is Low GI food a medicine for Diabetes - does it cure diabetes?

LOW GI

GETTING TO KNOW THE GLYCEMIC INDEX

Glycemic Index (GI) is a number associated with a particular type of food that indicates the foods effect on a persons blood glucose (also called blood sugar) level.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF LOW GI?

Low GI foods release sugar slowly into your body over a given period of time. They are shown to:

  • Improve blood glucose control
  • Facilitate weight management

Aashirvaad Sugar Release Control Atta is a blend of whole wheat flour and pulse/legume flours forming a unique "Natural Grain Mix". Ingredients like oats and methi ensure that this Atta is high in protein and fibre with a Low Glycemic Index.

Which foods have low GI?

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WHAT ARE THE GUIDELINES TO BE FOLLOWED BY PEOPLE WITH HIGH SUGAR?

  • Main source of carbohydrate should be cereals, mixed coarse grains, whole pulses and soybeans
  • Avoid sugar, honey and sweets
  • Oils containing linoleic acid only such as ground nut, sesame, cotton seed, rice bran and safflower should be used along with oils containing alpha – linoleic acid such as soybean, mustard, canola etc
  • Exercise must be done regularly. Brisk walk for 30-60 minutes or its equivalent physical activity
* Guidelines for management of Type 2 Diabetes, Indian Council of Medical Research 2005

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  • In a heated saucepan add one cup of ghee.
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  • Stir with a spoon till the atta and ghee mix well
  • Add the remaining half a cup of ghee to this mixture
  • Roast on low heat and keep mixing till the texture is smooth and not crumbly
  • Now add the sugar along with the water

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  • Add water a little at a time and gently mix the batter until the consistency is thin and of pouring consistency.
  • Heat the oil and add mustard seeds.
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