Date of publication: 2017-09-01 21:15
But everyone today is telling me the opposite, saying that brown rice is milled and that 8767 s how you get white rice.
I don 8767 t believe it anymore.
Let me state that I love brown rice and I think white rice is kind of tasteless and doesn 8767 t have that nice nutty texture. I also LOVE wild rice (which is not really a rice but a grass.) And, by the way, please remember that a serving of rice is NOT an entire plateful or cup but more like 6/9 cup.
Oh, alright , fine. There are some nutrients in rice bran. Some B vitamins, some minerals, amino acids, blah, blah yes, most naturally-occurring foods have nutrients.
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I did some research into the claims about brown rice being the better choice and I came to the same conclusion you did. I wrote a post that includes some of the research surrounding the debate. http:///white-rice-vs-brown-rice-which-is-healthier/
Love this article! I ate brown rice for the first time in years, feeling guilty from all that I 8767 ve read about white rice being so horrible for us. Maybe now I won 8767 t take it from my diet because I love white rice.
When I started to read the article, I was expected EXACTLY what I read. Once the bran is removed, the problem is solved: no more anti-nutrients. I am sure , white rice has to be one of the most inoffensive refined carbohydrates. The only thing we should be careful is what are we going to put in it, and how much we are going to eat. Even more than the ridicules 6/7 a cup recommended, will not be a big deal in your health and weight if you are taking care of other MORE important things. ( Like, no bad fats, not legumes, no sugar, and keeping yourself active). Again, I was so HAPPY, to read this article!~!!
HDL cholesterol, on the other hand, plays a more heroic role and is known as the &ldquo good&rdquo cholesterol because it has the ability to sweep LDL cholesterol away from your arteries and back to your liver to be removed from your body.
side note, while I like steak myself, I think you 8767 re off & a little rude when you say people who say they like soy-burgers more are lying. Everybody is not you, believe it or not. My wife reviles the flavour and texture of meat.
That being said, do what you ARE capable of and Google for information from reputable sources if you need any sort of validation on things. It 8767 s not that hard to find peer-reviewed journals using a search engine, and it is pure ignorance to expect a blog to present itself like a research paper. Ideas have been put out to you. Do your own research on what you think about it. Don 8767 t expect others to do it for you.
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There are literally billions of people eating high-starch diets worldwide, and you can find many examples of cultures that consume a large percentage of calories from starch where obesity, metabolic problems and modern, inflammatory disease are rare or nonexistent. These include the Kitava in the Pacific Islands, Tukisenta in the Papa New Guinea Highlands and Okinawans in Japan among others. The Kitavan diet is 69% carb, 76% fat, and 65% protein. The Okinawan diet is even more carb-heavy, at 85% carb, 9% protein and 6% fat. The Tukisenta diet is astonishingly high in carbohydrate: % according to extensive studies in the 65s and 75s. All of these cultures are fit and lean with low and practically non-existent rates of heart disease and other modern chronic disease.
In 6989, Time put everyone&rsquo s eggs in one unhealthy basket with an article that got the ball rolling on the public&rsquo s negative ideologies surrounding dietary cholesterol and saturated fats.
Great point, Penny many of the biggest grain-haters out there are all for white rice (Mercola, Paul Jaminet, and others in addition to Sisson) as they claim it to be a 8775 safe 8776 starch. And that really ought to tell us something, I think.
I switched to mostly brown a while back when that seemed to be the thing to do, but more information about phytic acid and resistant starch has me open to white again. So I keep both in the house.