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Brown rice is an Antioxidant agent

December 22, 2016 comment(s)
When white versus brown, not only the color that matters the most. The utmost difference between white and brown is the process to make what they are. We believe that less is more. With only the outmost layer (the hull) removed, Brown rice retains its wholesomeness!  Brown rice is natural gluten...


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Black Rice is a Superfood

December 14, 2016 comment(s)
  Rarely, you have black food on your plate. Black rice? Black rice was known as forbidden rice.  Black rice might be much less seen it while most rice is white or brown but it has a thousand years of history. In ancient China, the crop was controlled and this organic black forbidden rice ...


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If I Don't Eat Rice Will I Lose Weight?

November 28, 2016 comment(s)
Just as eating one certain food won't guarantee weight loss, eliminating a specific food doesn't equal an easy fix when it comes to weight management. Any food, in moderation, can be a part of your weight-loss strategy, as long as you limit your calories. If you emphasize healthy foods, such as...


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Eating Brown Rice After a Workout

November 28, 2016 comment(s)
Eating right after a workout or training session is essential in maximizing your recovery. For high-intensity, long-lasting cardio workout, such as a long cycling training session or a 10-mile run, post-exercise carbohydrates are critical. You might be tempted to go for the convenience of a...


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White Rice for Weight Loss

November 28, 2016 comment(s)
Although white rice isn’t especially low in calories or rich in nutrients, it is a prime energy source for your body and it can serve as part of a successful weight loss diet. For the best results, eat rice in small or moderate portion sizes and include a variety of other nutritious items as...


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Top rice myths busted

November 28, 2016 comment(s)
Rice is one of the most misunderstood foods. Though studies suggest that the high carbohydrate and starch levels found in rice are the reasons why most people opt out of it, some researchers say certain nutritional benefits make rice a healthy choice. We bust myths about rice here.  Myth: Rice...


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Basmati Rice as a Diabetic Food

November 28, 2016 comment(s)
In order to prevent long-term complications associated with uncontrolled diabetes, diabetics need to adapt their lifestyle, and sometimes rely on extra help from medications or insulin, to achieve good glycemic control, defined by blood sugar levels ranging between 70 and 130 mg/dL before meals and ...


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Eating Brown Rice to Cut Diabetes Risk

November 28, 2016 comment(s)
Brown rice is a whole grain — white rice before it has been refined and polished and stripped of the bran covering, which is high in fiber and nutrients. Brown rice also has a lower glycemic index than white rice, which means it doesn’t cause blood glucose levels to rise as rapidly.  Now a new...


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FDA confirms Brown Rice protects from Heart disease and Cancers

November 26, 2016 comment(s)
Brown rice, a 100 percent whole grain food, joins the recognized ranks of healthful whole grains, according to an announcement this week from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that will allow brown rice food labels to bear the whole grain health claim. This will enable consumers to easily ...


 

 

 

 

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