I wanted to transition to brown rice but no one liked it, so I started mixing a quarter brown to three quarters white. No one complained. A few weeks later I went to half in half, and then three quarters to one quarter. Now we eat plain brown rice and no one has complained and honestly I can hardly tell the difference.
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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!
If I'm exercising at home I put my brown rice on to cook and then go exercise to a Leslie Sansone DVD. I can run to the kitchen to turn the burner down and continue exercising while the rice is finishing up on low heat. Don't say you don't have time to make brown rice. Don't say you don't have time to exercise. Just do both at the same time! Make enough brown rice for several days.
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