Lundberg Organic Long Grain Brown Rice

Are you looking for the perfect premium rice that can give your dishes the ideal texture and rich flavor? Then you simply must try the organic long grain brown rice by Lundberg. This product stays fluffy and separate long after it’s been cooked. That’s why it’s the ideal rice to use when you’re in a need of stuffing, added texture for casseroles, salads, pilafs or just a side dish for a savory meal.

What’s great about brown rice is that it’s perfect for meat consumers, as well as for vegetarian or vegan diets. Brown rice flour for example can be used for the preparation of vegetarian pancakes, breads and other baked goods. Once you’ve tried these organic grains, you’ll realize that eating healthy doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice flavor and esthetical appearance. In fact, cooking with organic ingredients can bring a satisfying result when it comes to taste and look! Lundberg’s rice is harvested using only environmentally friendly methods that benefit both the farmers and their consumers.

What’s more, choosing brown rice over white rice is the better option for those who prefer eating healthy. According to a study done by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, brown rice is the superior choice in terms of nutritional and other inherent healthy benefits. Just for comparison, brown rice has less calories than white one, but what’s even better is that it has a little more dietary fiber, iron, magnesium, protein and unsaturated fats.

To boot, rice also has potassium, selenium, manganese and thiamine. Brown rice keeps its brand and side hull, which renders faster cooking times and easier digestion, as it’s much “lighter” in the stomach.


Health benefits of brown rice

Brown rice has a low glycemic index and can reduce insulin spikes. Therefore it can be a suitable staple for people with diabetes or for those that decide to be on a weight-loss diet.

Brown rice may help reduce the risk of arthritis, heart disease and cancer, because it’s a natural source of selenium. Selenium is a key trace mineral that plays a significant role in the metabolism and is highly valued for its antioxidant activity that protects the body cells from damage. There’s even evidence that a high selenium diet may reduce the odds of developing a prostate cancer. The mineral has been studied for the treatment of numerous sicknesses, from arthritis to asthma, from infertility to dandruff, even though there’s still no strong evidence that it’s 100% effective in these conditions.

Brown rice is rich in naturally occurring beneficial oils, that favor the brain health and lower the bad LDL cholesterol.

The cereal grain is a fine manganese source, as 1 cup of brown rice delivers around 80% of the recommended daily manganese requirement. The trace mineral benefits the reproductive system and the nervous system, plus it helps the body synthesize fats.

Because it’s rich in fiber, rice promotes regular healthy bowel movement. It also benefits weight loss efforts, because it makes you feel full more easily, thus eating smaller meal portions. Fibers attach to toxins and cancer-causing substances in the body, thus eliminating them and prohibiting them from attaching to the colon wall.

Brown rice is considered a whole grain and retains its “wholeness” through the refinement. Whole grains are known to reduce the build up of arterial plaque, therefore they lower the risk of coronary artery disease and high cholesterol.

Brown rice cereals or brown rice itself can be a great baby food, because of its natural nutrient density and high fiber content. This is a much better choice than refined white rice cereals, because quickly growing babies and toddlers need nutritious meals in order to maintain rapid growth cycles.

If you need to stabilize your blood sugar levels, include brown rice in your diet. It has slow-release sugar and is ideal for people with diabetes. Statistics point that those who consume ½ cup of brown rice a day, have 60% less chance of developing diabetes. On the other hand, those who consume white rice daily, increase their odds of developing diabetes one hundred-fold.

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