The staple food of most people in the world is rice. Rice consumption is high in South India in India. As well as China, rice is the staple food in Southeast Asian countries. Although Sabbath is important in northern India, rice has been a part of their lives. It is customary to take a small cup of rice porridge. Respect for rice in all the ceremonies since marriage!
We traditionally ate hand-rolled rice. Peeled rice is all about change in 40-50 years. Eating unpeeled brown rice is very healthy. It is rich in mineral salts such as fiber, zinc, magnesium, iron, calcium, phosphorus and selenium.
It is also rich in B1, B2, B3, B6, Vitamin E, K, antioxidants, flavonoids, protein and essential fatty acids.
It is said that rice should be avoided to lose weight. But, consuming brown rice can help you lose weight. This is because of the high fiber content.
Due to its high fiber content and very low glycemic index, sudden increase in blood sugar level is avoided. People who eat brown rice are less likely to develop diabetes. The fiber, phthalic acid and other polyphenols in it make the blood sugar mix a little bit. Thus improving the health of the body.
It is rich in fiber which improves digestion. It stimulates the movement of the small intestine and the absorption of nutrients. This avoids stomach related problems including constipation.
The essential fatty acids in brown rice help lower the level of bad cholesterol called LDL in the blood. Fiber also helps dissolve fat.
It contains calcium and magnesium which enhances bone health. People who regularly eat brown rice are less likely to develop osteoporosis and arthritis.