Health Professionals

The nutrition profile that sorghum provides is hard to beat. Whole grain sorghum is an excellent source of 12 essential nutrients, including protein, fiber, iron and zinc. Additionally, sorghum is a natural source of antioxidants, which may help to lower your risk of cancer, diabetes, heart disease and some neurological diseases. Bonus—it is naturally gluten-free and non-GMO.

How Whole Grain Sorghum Stacks up Against Other Grains

Whole grain sorghum is an excellent source of 12 essential nutrients — more than corn, wheat, oat, rice and quinoa.

Sorghum’s Nutrition Profiles

Sorghum is a versatile ingredient with many health benefits. Learn more about the nutritional qualities of sorghum grain, flour and syrup.

Nutrition Profiles

Cooked Whole Grain Sorghum Nutrition Facts

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Nutrition Profiles

Uncooked Whole Grain Sorghum Nutrition Facts

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Nutrition Profiles

Refined, Unenriched Sorghum Flour Nutrition Facts

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Sorghum Syrup
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Sorghum Syrup Nutrition Facts

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Nutrition Profiles

Whole Grain Sorghum Flour Nutrition Facts

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Health Research

Sorghum is a nutritions whole grain with lots of opportunities. Learn more about research regarding sorghum and health.

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RECIPES

Our sorghum recipe library is full of meal inspiration for meals and snacks to satisfy any taste or diet.

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Health Professional Videos

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Have a nutrition question?

Contact our Registered Dietitian.

Lanier Dabruzzi MS, RD, LD
Director of Food
Innovations &
Institutional Markets

lanier@sorghumcheckoff.com

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