1: Rich in Manganese
Brown rice is rich in manganese and provides as high as 80% of our daily requirement. It helps our body synthesize fat thus maintaining our weight and it is also considered beneficial for reproductive system and our nervous system.
#2: Maintaining weight
If you are into dieting and exercise for losing those extra weight then you might like to include wild rice in your diet as it is very low in calories therefore it will give you fuller stomach with very little calorie intake.
#3: Easily absorbing protein
The protein present in rice is easily absorbed by our body and is also easy to digest. Assimilation of protein is also high and it is also easy on the excretion system providing a better bowel movement.
#4: Helpful in lowering cholesterol level
The rice contains good amount of an essential amino acid methionine which mobilizes fat from our liver keeping it healthy and lowering the cholesterol level.
#5: Presence of anti-oxidant
We generally do not associate the presence of anti-oxidant in rice as we think it is only present in fruits and vegetables but there is a generous amount anti-oxidant present in rice which is helpful for our overall health development.
6: Good for diabetic patients
It helps in stabilizing the blood sugar level thus it makes it to the diet of a diabetic patient. If you have regular consumption of brown rice then it is seen in a research that your chances of getting diabetes will reduce by 60%.
#7: Prevents from colon cancer
The high content of fiber helps in preventing the colon cancer. It attaches with the impurities and toxins of our body and don’t let them settle down on the colon wall thus preventing us from getting colon cancer.
#8: Ample amount of Vitamins
The wild rice is a rich source of Vitamin A, C and E which is the key factor in maintaining overall health and improves our immune system too.
#9: Blood pressure is kept under control
The wild rice doesn’t contain sodium thus keeping the heart healthy and blood pressure under control
#10: Reduces the risk of childhood asthma
Another nutritional benefit of rice is that whole grain along with fish reduces the risk of children getting asthma by almost 50%.
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