It contains essential nutrients like iron, calcium, potassium, and phosphorous.
It contains good amounts of B-vitamins like thiamin and riboflavin
Sorghum is rich in phytochemicals including tannins, phenolic acids and anthocyanins. Studies have shown that sorghum can reduce the risk of certain types of cancer in humans. The phytochemical levels are so high in this millet that they have shown potential usefulness in reducing obesity as well.
Sorghum is also known to be heart healthy.
Sorghum rotis are commonly eaten in India. Sorghum flour can be mixed with other flours to make multi grain flour. The flour can also be used to make pancakes, chappatis, chips and porridge