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Why Brown-But Not White-Rice?
The difference between brown rice and white rice is not just color. A whole grain of rice has several layers. Only the outermost layer, the hull, is removed to produce what we call brown rice.
This process is the least damaging to the nutritional value of the rice and avoids the unnecessary loss of nutrients that occurs with further processing. If brown rice is further milled to remove the bran and most of the germ layer, the result is a whiter rice, but also a rice that has lost many more nutrients.
Here are some of the ways in which the nutrients supplied by brown rice can make an important difference in your baby's health:
- Manganese-Energy Production + Antioxidant Protection
- Rich in Fiber and
- Lower Cholesterol
- Phytonutrients with Health-Promoting Activity
- Equal to or Even Higher than that of Vegetables and Fruits
- Lignans Protect
- against Heart Disease
- Reduce Your Risk of Metabolic Syndrome
- Brown Rice and Other Whole Grains Substantially Lower Type 2 Diabetes Risk
- A Good Source of Fiber
- Help Prevent Gallstones
- Whole Grains and Fish Highly
- Protective against Childhood Asthma
Read more: World's Healthiest Food