Rice for dinner is a powerful ally to relax and promote sleep: if you suffer from insomnia, treat yourself to a portion!
Japanese University Kanazawa Medical University conducted a very interesting study, which was later published in the scientific journal Plos One. Research has shown that rice, thanks to its properties, increases the level of tryptophan in the blood. This therefore leads to greater tranquility and reconciles a good restful sleep, even in those who usually have some difficulty falling asleep . So rice at dinner turns out to be perfect: let’s see the study.
Rice and insomnia: a possible solution
The study looked at 1,850 people, men and women, all aged between 20 and 60. These people were asked to write down everything they ate for dinner in a food diary.
At the end of the study it was seen that those who consumed rice at dinner, in greater quantities than products derived from wheat , had slept more hours than those who had eaten mostly bread or pasta.
Rice has a higher glycemic index than products derived from wheat flour. This causes rice to raise the level of the protein that regulates serotonin, also known as the good mood hormone. Tryptophan , or this protein, working better leads to a whole series of benefits on mood, calming us, calming us and therefore preparing us better for sleep.
It goes without saying that rice, if eaten for dinner, must be cooked with light ingredients : hardly a pepper rice will make us sleepy, for example. Then balancing the ingredients, we can treat ourselves to dinners with rice, alternating them with dinners based on proteins and vegetables. For example, we could try rice with broccoli or zucchini, or – for the summer but not only – a rice and fish salad, or a light risotto without sauté.
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