Rice Makes It A Complete Meal

Rice Makes it a Balanced Diet

Rice has been and will remain to be a staple food of many people in India and also across the globe. It has indeed been a very important part of one’s diet as it is considered to be heavily loaded in carbohydrates that provide the much required energy to get people going, proteins, vitamins and minerals that are essential for the sustenance of the individuals. But, there is also a notion that rice brings in along with it a whole lot of calories and so people are giving up on consuming rice. People are looking for alternatives for rice. Is this anxiety valid? Through this blog, your attention will be drawn towards the importance of having rice and how it will give you a balanced diet.

Rice is gluten-free and hence is the safest food. Most of the people tend to get allergic to gluten. But with rice, their fears can be put to rest. Rice is rich in vitamins D and B. Additionally, it is a rich source of iron and fiber too that take care of the hemoglobin levels and the digestion aspect respectively.

Carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins and minerals are the most essential things for a person to stay healthy. Carbohydrates and protein are found in abundance in rice. And, if it is unpolished brown rice, there is high fiber content too that the individual gets to consume. So, when one eats rice, they get complex carbohydrates in abundance.

When one is able to distinguish between the polished white rice and the unpolished brown rice and find out their benefits, they would obviously choose the one that is high in nutritive value. This brown rice is found to be extremely rich in Magnesium and Selenium. The latter is an antioxidant and mitigates the chances of colon cancer which is caused due to dietary fiber.

The Chinese consume more rice than we Indians do but they still are thin and not obese as we fear. Consuming too much of brown rice may also become the reason for indigestion as the outer husk may be hard on the tummy to digest. The blinding whiteness of the rice may not give us the much needed nutrients either.

If one is to get the best from rice, the right amount of carbohydrates and amino acids, one has to ensure that there is adequate polish which will help retain the nutrient content of the rice and couple it with adequate exercise too to get the best of all worlds.

You can try our Biryani Paste for making delicious Biryanis within minutes or read more about different types of Biryanis.