December 2013 Issue

Pair Rice with Better Health

Don’t underestimate the nutritional power of this humble grain; people who eat rice—especially brown—tend to be healthier

Rice is the most popular grain worldwide, feeding over half of the globe, according to the USA Rice Federation. In the U.S., consumption of this gluten-free grain has doubled over the last three decades, to more than 25 pounds per person per year. This is good news, as scientists report rice is tied to many health benefits.

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