Rött vs. Brunt ris

 
 
Rött och brunt ris har i stort sett liknande funktioner och är en bra källa för vitamin B1, vitamin B2, fibrer, järn, kalcium m.fl.
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”Red Rice: This rice has an antioxidant pigment called anthocyanins. This antioxidant is beneficial to reduce symptoms of inflammation, allergy relief, cancer prevention and weight loss management. Aside from that, red rice is packed with nutrients such as B-vitamins, iron, calcium and zinc. The B-vitamins are known to be essential to the body as it is present in all organ function and energy production. Calcium is needed for bone health, Iron for blood supply and Zinc for brain function.
Brown Rice: Brown rice is said to be rich in vitamins and minerals including B-vitamins and magnesium, manganese and selenium. The B-vitamins that is contained in brown rice have similar benefits to red rice. Manganese is good to promote regular metabolism while magnesium contribute to healthy bones and teeth. Selenium is a mineral that works like antioxidant, protecting the body from infections.

Red rice is rich in antioxidant, good for people who want to prioritize weight management and immune system enhancement. For more prevention and over-all wellness, it is good to consider brown rice as it has more nutrients to maintain a healthy weight and good nutrient profile.
The confusion between red rice or brown rice should end as they both have similar reputations to begin with. Observing from the information above, both types of rice have close nutrient composition and thus are safe to be consumed by health buffs. These two products may be different in physical attributes but their fiber action and B-vitamins are quite similar. Choosing one is already a fit decision, choosing both may be a healthier choice.”

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