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Is Rice Healthy?

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  1. Recently, studies have detected high levels of arsenic in rice both white and brown rice. The brown rice contains higher amounts of arsenic than white rice. There are some way to reduce the toxins in rice but it needs long time and boring. Bettet to to sprout the brown rice or buy the ready rice which Dr. Axe mentioned here.

  2. The chinese eat white rice congee, especially for children or sick, older or weak people because it is easy to digest. I have found in a major NY chinese supermarket japanese white rice that has kept the bran. It is delicious. And black and red rice have higher nutrition and can be added to other forms of rice. I have also added red yeast rice to brew with kombucha. Thanks for your many informative videos and useful advice.

  3. Thank you so much for the video:)! You didn't talk about black rice?! Haitians eat white rice everyday, we avoid brown rice like the plague. I'm Haitian I grew up eating white rice everyday, we eat it with beans (red beans, black beans, lima beans, white beans, peas, lima beans on different days) and there were centenarians and old people around me. Never missed a day of school, perfect attendance, never sick, when we moved to the US and continued on our Haitian diet, doctors always amazed by our blood work and would always ask my mom what did she feed us. American fake processed food is the real culprit I believe, not rice. My Haitian grandmother is 89, eats white rice every single day of her life, had 12 children, no morning sickness. Hard for me to buy into this white rice is bad phenomenon, even though I don't eat it as much as I used to when I was growing up and my mom did all the cooking,
    maybe fake food is the real culprit.

  4. You mention Jasmine and basmati rice as if they were not considered a processed white rice as the other white rices. Is this correct?Don't aervedics (sp?) use white basmati? Why is that ok?

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