Are chapatis made from millets are more beneficial than chapatis from wheat?During our student days, we used to read in our Geography books that wheat is grown in relatively fertile land, whereas millets are grown in less fertile land. The requirement of water in cultivation of millets is much less than the requirement of water in cultivation of wheat. We came to know that men generally prefer chapatis of wheat. In many places, millets are/were fed to herbivorous animals.
However, nowadays many new concepts are coming. Nowadays nutritionists say that chapatis and other foods prepared from millets (jawar, bajra and raagi) are more nutritious and beneficial than chapatis made from wheat.
I would like to know the opinion of other Members in this regard. Do they prefer chapatis from wheat or chapatis from millets? What is the reason for their particular preference?