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We provide finest and premium quality of Matta rice. It is believed to be more nutritious as compared to white rice, as there are many nutrients in the brown layer that normally get taken off in the polishing process. When cook brown rice, would need to soak it in water for around 25 minutes to 30 minutes before doing the normal cooking process. The health benefits of brown rice could include:

A 1/4 cup serving of parboiled brown rice contains 160 calories, according to MyFitnessPal. When creating your daily meal plan, be sure to allot 300 to 600 calories for each meal, and attempt to include the basic food groups. To do so, consider serving brown rice with a vegetable, such as carrots or asparagus, and with a protein, such as a serving of chicken breast or fish. Parboiled brown rice offers few calories — 1 g — making it a good option for low-fat diets.

Parboiled brown rice provides a significant amount of carbohydrates. Each 1/4 cup portion has 35 g, which accounts for 26.9 percent of the 130 g suggested for daily ingestion by the Institute of Medicine. The carbohydrates you include in your eating plan provide fuel for your body — your body breaks them down into glucose for energy. Protein also serves as a source for energy, as well as helping you to maintain your immune system. One serving of parboiled brown rice contains 4 g.

One serving of parboiled brown rice contains double the fiber of parboiled white rice. Each 1/4 cup of brown rice contains 1 g of fiber, while the same size of white rice contains no fiber. Ensure your meal plan contains 25 g to 38 g of fiber every day. It provides a wealth of health benefits, regulating your digestion and bowel movements, lowering your cholesterol and keeping your blood sugar levels steady. It may also help decrease your risk of hemorrhoids and some types of cancer. Gradually add fiber to your diet, however; eating too much too soon may result in flatulence, cramping and bloating.

Including a serving of parboiled brown rice in your diet contributes 4 percent of the iron you require each day. Iron plays a vital role in your health — it influences the level of oxygen travelling throughout your body. Not getting adequate levels of this mineral in the foods you eat may result in a condition known as anemia. Because your body lacks proper oxygen levels, your skin becomes pale, and you may experience fatigue, headaches and dizziness. A 1/4-cup serving of brown rice also provides 2 percent of the daily recommended value of calcium, a mineral your body uses for strong teeth and bones. It may also help decrease symptoms associated with premenstrual syndrome.

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