Every time I have successfully lost weight, part of my strategy was to substitute brown rice for other starches. If my family was having pasta or white rice for dinner, I would microwave some pre-cooked brown rice from a big container that I kept in the fridge. I like brown rice, but if I hadn't pre-cooked it, I probably wouldn't bother to do the quick swap. For me it works with almost any meal: fish, chicken, meatballs. Its great mixed with peas, corn or beans. Its great in soup too!
Brown rice is higher in fiber than most starches. For me it reduces the craving for sweets and salty treats. If you are in a rush, Minute Rice does brown rice as well.
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Brown Rice has all the benefits of carbohydrates with very few of the negative effects. B rown Rice rice is a whole food and makes us full and brown rice can improve cholesterol because of its fiber. Fiber helps to balance glucose levels and control the appetite.The outer layer of brown rice has essential fats, switching to brown rice will help decrease your risk for diabetes. 1/2 cup of day will help blood sugar spikes. Test and see
Eat brown rice because its high in bulk and will make you feel full, it's easy to prepare and has no cholesterol or sodium in it. Pair Brown rice with black or red beans, brown Rice with broccoli and sesame seeds, or ham chunks and rice just for a few ideas. Good in helping keep the pounds off. 1 serving of Success Brown Rice is 150 calories. Enjoy!
My brown rice was terrible!! Always gummy and yucky. I read a SP article that said Brown Rice was tricky to cook but that a rice cooker will turn out perfect rice every time. I just went to BB&B and bought one for 18.00 w/coupon. I'm hoping it will work and encourage more whole grains for me.
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