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Health Benefits of Including Rice in Your Diet (Part II)

Continuing from first part of the story, here are a few more benefits of including rice in your diet. 

Helps in Digestion and Prevents Inflammation

Rice can be digested very easily, and also helps in the prevention of inflammation.

Rice especially white rice contains less amount of fibre and can be easily digested and it’s unlikely that one will suffer from gastric upset after having rice. Also, rice is gluten-free and works as a natural anti-inflammatory in our bodies, which is always very helpful. If you are sensitive to gluten then you can eat rice without any apprehension as it’s gluten-free. Another benefit of rice is that it prevents constipation also.

Helpful for Improved Nervous System

Rice contains Vitamin B which is helpful to produce neurotransmittersand improves nervous system health.  

The health of the nervous system depends on various types of Vitamin B as it helps to make the nervous system run smoothly and function properly. Numerous types of B vitamins work to aid in yielding neurotransmitters. The neurotransmitters work to regulate our nervous system work properly. Rice is an incredible source of an array of B vitamins. Since rice contains B vitamins, it helps in improving the health of your nervous system.

May Help to Reduce Cancer Risks

Since rice contains fibre, it may also help to reduce the risks of cancer.

Rice’s high-fiber properties help in digesting food and reducing blood pressure. A healthy digestive tract results in the body’s waste does not remain in our bodies for a long time and because of this, there is a lesser chance of this waste interrelating with healthy cells of your body. It helps in combating and protecting us from intestinal cancer and colorectal cancer. Rice is also rich in vitamins including antioxidants like Vitamin A and Vitamin C which helps to get our body rid of free radicals, one of the main causes of cancer.

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