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Whole grain red rice: a panacea for our body, thanks to its high content of fibers, vegetal proteins and mineral salts.

Red rice has long, dark red whole grains. You can find it in supermarkets or in specialized shops. This product is usually organic.

This rice has well-known beneficial properties for our body and it is rich in fibers and mineral salts. It has a unique flavor and, after having cooked it, the grains are slightly crunchy. This product is perfect to keep your silhouette and have a healthy and regular digestion. Let’s see all its beneficial properties!

Properties and benefits of the whole grain red rice

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Red rice contains more fibers and mineral salts (such as phosphorus and magnesium) than other similar refined products. Moreover, it has no fats and contains a good amount of carbohydrates.

It is especially recommendend for people following a vegan diet, because it gives the body the right amount of vegetal proteins. You can eat it together with cereals and legumes, such as chickpeas, fava beans or beans, in order to obtain complete proteins.

This particular type of rice is an amazing source of natural antioxidants and helps fighting free radicals. Therefore, it is a great ally for cell renewal and for a younger and shinier skin. Moreover, as it is whole and rich in fibers, it helps the good functioning of the intestine and helps keeping blood cholesterol levels under control.

Red rice and cholesterol

Together with this amazing product, you can also find fermented red rice. It is a natural supplement which helps lowering cholesterol. In order to obtain this product, there is a specific fermentation process which makes this kind of rice perfect to keep blood cholesterol levels under control.

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ultimo aggiornamento: 07-04-2019

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