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Healthy Home Made Brown Rice Waffle

Many of the times, we always pass by prominent stalls that sell waffles. The aromatic smell of waffles always make me irristable to order this yummy and crispy waffle. Although the waffle is yummy, the nutrients level is bare minimum, it can even be unhealthy due to the ingredients such as white bleach flour and palm based oil. So we created this healthy brown rice home made waffle to let anybody who pursue healthy eating to make it at home:- Ingredients / Recipe2 cups of NutriBrownRice powder1 cup milk2 Tbsp coconut oil1 tsp vanilla extract1 tsp salt1 Tbsp sugar Mix the above well. If it’s too dry or thick, adjust with water. Then add 2 eggs1 tsp baking soda1 tsp...

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What can a cancer patient drink?

WHAT CAN A CANCER PATIENT DRINK? If you didn’t know it before, you need to know it now; Brown rice is better for your health than white rice. A lot of people prefer eating the white rice -because of its appearance- to the brown one; while white rice may look and taste sweeter than brown rice, it doesn't provide the amount of health benefits you can get from brown rice. Before white rice became refined, it was just like brown rice, intact with its hull and bran. But the refining process takes out its hull and bran, stripping it of its natural wholeness. This is something that makes the brown rice better. The brown rice retains its own hulls and...

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How to consume fewer calories without feeling like on a strict diet

How to consume fewer calories without feeling like on a strict diet?Here is how:1. Use smaller plate to make the food portion looks bigger2. Drink 2 glasses of water before meal3. Eat lots of fibres!4. Cut down on fatty food Curb your appetite with yummy and smooth Nutribrownrice healthy beverage. Fill your tummy with natural vitamins, minerals and fibres! Buy NutriBrownRice Now!

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Why doctors are asking cancer patients to consume brown rice?

  Brown Rice Brown rice is also called as “hulled” or “unmilled” rice is a whole grain rice. It is the “unrefined” version of white rice. Brown rice and white rice have similar amounts of calories and carbohydrates, but the main differences between them is in its processing and nutritional content. Brown rice is produced just by removing only the outer layer of the grain, which contains several vitamins, minerals, iron, zinc and magnesium. Long grain brown rice contains 84 mg of magnesium. It’s very fast in cooking and also easier to digest as it is much lighter in the stomach. Brown rice is heavy in filling but low in calories. Nutritional Benefits Brown rice is rich in selenium which...

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