Ayurvedic Singapore Explains Uses of Barley for Healthy Life

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Barley or Yava (Jowar) is one of the many kinds of cereals and pulses explained in Ayurveda, and it is advised for daily intake owing to its immense health benefits. According to the expert at Ayush Ayurveda Singapore, Yavam is mentioned in Suka Dhanyas as dry, cold, heavy, and sweet. Ayush Ayurveda Singapore expert adds that Barley is an excellent laxative, clears the motion, and pacifies diseases of the urinary tract, in addition to correcting fat metabolism. It also maintains pitta and Kapha doshas, besides the reduction of rhinitis, asthma, cough, pain in the thighs, and throat infections.

A whole grain, Barley is low in calories and rich in fibre, vitamins, and minerals. Barley is rich in Vitamin B such as thiamine, riboflavin, niacin Vitamin B6, folate, and pantothenic acid, says the expert at Ayush Ayurvedic Singapore. Barley also helps in detoxification due to the presence of beta-glucans in it. As Barley also acts as a diuretic, it is commonly used as a natural remedy for urinary tract infections. An expert from Ayush Ayurveda Singapore says, “Barley is also rich in phytochemicals such as phenolic acid, flavonoids, and folates; it exhibits anti-oxidant, anti-proliferative, and cholesterol-lowering properties as well. Barley reduces blood pressure and strengthens bones as it has rich in phosphorus, calcium, and copper. Barley is an excellent dietary option for diabetics as it has a lower glycemic index and it provides greater satiety. As Barley is rich in selenium, consumption of it maintains good skin. One cup of Barley has an estimated 22 grams of protein. So, Barley can be used in helping build muscles and cell regenerations.”

Organic Barley

The expert at Ayush Ayurveda Singapore explains the importance of the consumption of organic Barley. Organic Barley has recently generated global attention as it is free from the ill effects of chemical preservatives, fertilizers, and pesticides. “You can either take it as a whole or make it into flour. This millet can also be taken in a range of ways. In fact, it is high time we include Barley into our daily diet,” adds the expert from Ayush Ayurvedic Singapore.

Barley can be consumed in a tasty way by making organic barley khichdi. The expert at Ayush Ayurvedic Singapore says this recipe is easy to make and it is tasty as well. “All you have to do is to take half a cup each of organic Barley, chopped onion, and vegetables such as carrots, beans, and capsicum. One small-sized tomato can be added by chopping it into small pieces, two teaspoons of oil, one green chilly chopped nicely, a teaspoon full of cumin seed, and one small piece of ginger nicely chopped. Add requisite salt to taste, “starts the expert from Ayurveda Singapore. 

She adds, “After pressure cooking organic Barley along with two cups of water, you have to switch it off after two whistles. Heat the oil in a frying pan and add cumin seeds. Once the cumin crackles, you can add ginger and green chilies. Then, add the tomatoes and fry until it releases juice. After that, add the chopped vegetables and salt and mix for around three minutes. Also, add the cooked organic Barley and allow the mixture to boil for ten minutes. You can top it with a spoonful of ghee and garnish it with some fresh coriander leaves. The healthy food is ready.” You can serve hot and enjoy a healthy organic barley meal!”, concludes the expert from Ayush Ayurveda Singapore.


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