Benefits of Black Rice

Sri Sri Products’ Black Rice is one of the richest source of disease-fighting antioxidants, and also contains high amounts of dietary fiber, anti-inflammatory properties. Regular consumption of Sri Sri Products’ Black Rice has the ability to help stop the development of diabetes, cancer, heart disease and even weight gain.

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Despite not being as popular as brown rice or white rice, black rice, (quirkily also known as forbidden rice) is a staple food grain that has more health benefits than other rice varieties. It has been consumed in regions of Asia for thousands of years; so much so that for centuries it was reserved for only Chinese royalty. Today this variety of rice is gaining popularity and s becoming more widely available in health food stores across the US, Australia, and Europe, as more and more people continue to discover the numerous health benefits that whole grain black rice has to offer.

 

An analysis of 12 different varieties of rice found that the antioxidant content of black rice was about six times higher than other varieties of rice. Black rice has also been found to rival blueberries in terms of antioxidant power. That is some fact, given that blueberries are known as one of the best antioxidants when compared with 40 other fruits and vegetables. Black rice bran has less sugar and is rich in fiber and vitamin E antioxidants.

 

Black rice is a very good source for anthocyanin, that help boost memory, and it is also widely accepted that the antioxidant anthocyanin in black rice may play a role in reducing atherosclerosis.

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