- Millied-based food has a high rate of recovery and instals a cloud kitchen. Patients at Apollo Hospitals are giving Millets a boost by finding it helpful in the healing process. But this did not happen overnight.
The Indian Institute of Millets Research (IIMR) has been developing a menu to suit the tastes of the patients since the process started eight months ago. Both South and North Indian foods are featured on the complex menu.
There are soups and non-vegetarian options in addition to the classic fare like idli, dosa, vada, ragi mudda, and Pongal.
Millets have a wide range of health advantages due to their high content of beneficial nutrients . Including the ability to prevent and treat cancer, hypertension, diabetes, obesity, heart, kidney, and liver diseases, as well as to boost immunity.
Apollo Hospitals has opted to adopt millet-based cuisine throughout all of the nation’s group hospitals . Since patients enjoy the nutrient-rich food and results show improved recovery rates.
The organization asserted that it had established the first cloud kitchen in the nation to cook and serve millet-based food to its patients.
The hospital’s Food and Beverages team collaborated with Nutri hub, a division of the Hyderabad-based IIMR that develops technology and methods to make millets kitchen-friendly.
Apollo Hospitals – B. Dayakar Rao, CEO of Nutri hub, ICAR-IIMR.
“Millets are rich in fiber, non-starchy polysaccharides, carbohydrates, proteins, anti-oxidants, numerous vitamins, and trace minerals. They are also very alkaline and gluten-free,” stated
As these millet cuisines make up the food for patients who frequently have impaired and affected digestive systems . Special effort has been made to make them easily digestible and healthy, he said.
Apollo Hospitals plans to purchase millets directly from farmers in light of positive results. Sangita Reddy, Joint Managing Director of the group, stated, “Apollo Facilities will promote the super food millet diet among patients across all of our hospitals.