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Red and Broen Rice for Weight-loss and Good Nutrition

Kakashi2020

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Red and Brown Rice are unpolished rice which is rich in fiber making it more filling and heavier. It's a high fiber low energy density food which contains Resistant Starch which is s healthy carb which promotes weight-loss. It's more nutritious and flavorful than the well milled white rice.
 

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Both the red and brown rice have similar nutritional profiles including th harvesting process- and they are either un-hulled or partially hulled types of rice. This means you get to chew on the bran and germ that are known to have a lot of health benefits. Brown rice can be found around the globe- while the red one is found in the Himalayan mountains, southern Tibet, and southern India.
 

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We were in the cool place called Baguio last weekend. Before going back home, we ate at a diner called Cafe in the Ruins. After ordering the dishes, my niece requested red rice instead of the common white rice. That's her choice, fine. But when I saw the price I was disgusted because the red rice is more expensive than the white rice. My niece is health conscious and that's the price to pay for that idiosyncrasy.
 
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