Health benefits of brown rice include better functioning of cardiovascular system, digestive system, brain and nervous system. It's loaded with powerful antioxidants which provide relief from a range of ailments such as hypertension, unhealthy levels of cholesterol, stress, mental depression and skin disorders.-https://goo.gl/rDh7ax

Health benefits of brown rice include better functioning of cardiovascular system, digestive system, brain and nervous system. It's loaded with powerful antioxidants which provide relief from a range of ailments such as hypertension, unhealthy levels of cholesterol, stress, mental depression and skin disorders.-https://goo.gl/rDh7ax

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You are what you eat...one of the first easy swaps you can start making in your diet; white to brown rice.

You are what you eat...one of the first easy swaps you can start making in your diet; white to brown rice.

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Brown rice. I have to remind myself to make extra to keep on hand. It heats up well and is so handy.

Brown rice. I have to remind myself to make extra to keep on hand. It heats up well and is so handy.

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Top 10 Health Benefits of Brown Rice Read   ~   VERY GOOD INFORMATION ON THE BENEFITS OF BROWN RICE ON SITE

Top 10 Health Benefits of Brown Rice Read ~ VERY GOOD INFORMATION ON THE BENEFITS OF BROWN RICE ON SITE

Love rice? You're not alone. Rice is a daily staple for half the world's population and the average American eats 25 pounds of rice per year. But a 2012 study by Harvard researchers found that people who ate white rice more often had a greater risk of type 2 diabetes than those who ate less.

Love rice? You're not alone. Rice is a daily staple for half the world's population and the average American eats 25 pounds of rice per year. But a 2012 study by Harvard researchers found that people who ate white rice more often had a greater risk of type 2 diabetes than those who ate less.

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