Intro Text: Brown rice is one of the world's healthiest foods. Only the hard, inedible hull is removed from brown rice, leaving the bran and fatty acids that are essential for healping you achieve optimal health.
Many people prefer white rice because of its softer texture and the misconceived notion that it is somehow more difficult to make than white rice.
Brown rice does take more time to prepare, as water needs to penetrate the outer bran layers in order to make them soft. However, the nutritional benefits of brown rice must be taken into consideration when examining oneís overall diet and eating habits. Fortunately, many people are beginning to appreciate the healthy qualities of brown rice, in addition to its chewier texture and wonderful, nutty taste. Brown rice can be a wonderful addition to many meals and can easily be substituted for white rice.
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Blurb Text: Brown Rice is an excellent food to help keep your body healthy. Rice has the following nutritional benefits:
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