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Health Benefits Of Rice
It is a fundamental food in many cuisines around the world and is an important cereal crop that feeds more than half of the world’s 
population. The health benefits of this widespread crop are explained below.
Provides Energy
Since rice is abundant in carbohydrates, it acts as fuel for the body and aids in the normal functioning of the brain. Carbohydrates are 
metabolized by the body and turned into functional, usable energy. The vitamins, minerals, and organic components found in it increase the 
functioning and metabolic activity of all the organs, which further increases energy levels.
Prevents Obesity
Rice forms an integral part of a balanced diet as it can provide nutrients without having any negative impacts on health. Low levels of 
fat, cholesterol, and sodium also help reduce obesity and associated conditions.
Rice naturally does not contain any gluten and hence, causes no 
inflammation in the gut. This means that people suffering from celiac 
disease can easily include it in their diet.
Controls Blood Pressure
Rice is low in sodium, so it is considered one of the best foods for 
those suffering from hypertension. Sodium can cause veins and arteries to constrict, increasing stress and strain on the 
cardiovascular system as the blood pressure increases. This is also associated with heart conditions like atherosclerosis, heart attacks, 
and strokes, so avoiding an excess of this mineral is always a good idea.
Prevents Cancer
Whole grain variety of brown rice, is rich in insoluble fiber that helps protect against many types of cancer. Scientists and researchers believe that such insoluble fibers are vital for protecting the body against the development and metastasis of cancerous cells. Fiber is beneficial in defending against colorectal and intestinal cancer.
However, besides fiber, it also has natural antioxidants like vitamin C, vitamin A, and phenolic and flavonoid compounds, which help scour free radicals from the body.
Skin Care
Medical experts say that powdered rice can be applied topically to cure skin conditions. On the Indian subcontinent, rice water is readily prescribed by Ayurvedic practitioners as an effective ointment to cool off inflamed skin surfaces. The phenolic compounds, particularly in brown or wild variety, have anti-inflammatory properties, so they are also good for soothing irritation and redness. 
Whether consumed or topically applied, it tends to relieve a number of skin conditions. The antioxidant capacity also helps delay the 
appearance of wrinkles and other premature signs of aging that affect the skin.
Prevents Alzheimer’s Disease
Brown rice is said to contain high levels of nutrients that stimulate the growth and the activity of neurotransmitters, subsequently helping 
in preventing Alzheimer’s disease to a considerable extent. Various species of wild rice have been shown to stimulate neuroprotective 
enzymes in the brain, which inhibit the effects of free radicals and other toxins that can cause dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Diuretic & Digestive Qualities
The husk of rice is considered to be an effective medicine to treat dysentery. As a diuretic, it helps you eliminate toxins from the 
body like uric acid, and even lose weight, since approximately 4% of urine is actually made up of body fat! The high fiber content also increases bowel movement regularity and protects against various types of cancer, as well as reducing the chances of cardiovascular diseases. Chinese people believe that rice considerably increases appetite, cures stomach ailments, and reduces all digestive problems.
Improves Metabolism
Rice is an excellent source of vitamins and minerals like niacin, vitamin D, calcium, fiber, iron, thiamine, and riboflavin. These 
vitamins provide the foundation for the body’s metabolism, immune system health, and general functioning of the organs.
Boosts Cardiovascular Health
Rice bran oil is known to have antioxidant properties that promote cardiovascular strength by reducing cholesterol levels in the body. Wild and brown rice varieties are far better than the white variety since the husk of the grain is where much of the nutrients are; ironically, the husk is removed in white rice preparation.
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