Collection: Khapli Wheat or Emmer Wheat I Svasthyaa
The Real Wheat of India : Khapli Wheat
Khapli wheat, also known as "Farro Wheat" or "Emmer Wheat", has been a staple food for India. Unlike modern wheat varieties, Emmer wheat is a "naturally-occurring" grain with high nutritional value. Its unique and nutty flavour makes it a versatile addition to various dishes. Emmer wheat is also an eco-friendly crop that promotes sustainable agriculture.
Emmer wheat was a simple choice for us as it is a superior grain due to its numerous health benefits like low gluten, rich in fiber, high in nutrients, low Glycemic Index (GI), cholesterol-free, and trans-fat-free.
Khapli wheat is a great alternative to general wheat available in the market. Highly recommended for
The earliest evidence of cultivation of this super grain Khapli wheat comes from neolithic site of Mehrgarh in unified India. (6000-5000 BCE). Khapli is a hulled wheat which means the husk completely encloses the grain.
Khapli is a hard wheat, long & dark brown in colour. Traditionally grown in Southern Maharashtra, Northern Karnataka & parts of Saurashtra region of Gujarat. It have been the staple of the natives in this region.
Khapli wheat has a lot of medicinal and therapeutic values.
It has extremely low GI and is thus beneficial for diabetics.
It is a great wheat alternative for everyone in the family especially the diabetics. Dr Pramod Tripathi of Freedom from Diabetes has been a forerunner in recommending Khapli wheat for his diabetes reversal program. His program has helped in restoring the cultivation of khapli wheat in Maharashtra.
Is rich in fibre.
Keeps you full for long. Helps and aids digestion.
It is said to have extremely Low Gluten.
A great alternative for wheat for people suffering from gluten intolerance.
Helps reduce cholesterol which reduces the risk of coronary heart disease, eye disease and certain types of cancer. (Arzani 2011)
Extremely rich in minerals, Vitamin B3 or niacin.
Khapli wheats are rich in total sugar and dietary fibre contents. Rich source of dietary fibres and low carbohydrate digestibility are the contributing factors for lowering blood glucose and hence they not only have nutritive value but also possess medicinal properties. (Bhuvanesswari et al., 2004)
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