Source: What Is the Best Brown Rice Protein? by Dr. Edward Group Although many proteins are animal or dairy based, alternative, vegetable based sources of protein exist for those who follow vegetarian, vegan, or otherwise restricted diets. Some of these include pea protein, hemp protein, and even strawberry protein. One of the best forms is a … Continue reading What Is the Best Brown Rice Protein?
Natural health advocates have long advocated nutrient-dense whole grains over the bleached and processed kinds, like white rice and white bread. Brown rice, for example, is loaded with fiber, B vitamins, phytochemicals and other nutrients. Scientists are now documenting that it has specific disease-fighting properties, too. For example, NaturalNews recently reported on Temple University research … Continue reading Brown rice and other whole grains can prevent type 2 diabetes
Source: White vs Brown Rice: Why is Brown Rice Healthier? by Dr. Edward Group The next time you reach for the white rice, you may want to reconsider. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition recently conducted a study that confirms brown rice as the hands-down healthier choice for your dinner grain. The Health Differences Brown rice … Continue reading White vs Brown Rice: Why is Brown Rice Healthier?
Source: Quinoa vs. Brown Rice: Which One is Better? by Dr. Edward Group Is quinoa a healthier option than brown rice? As more supermarkets begin lining their shelves with this ancient, grain-like seed, consumers are asking this very question. Quinoa, a complete protein seed that resembles a cross between couscous and short-grain rice, is a popular … Continue reading Quinoa vs. Brown Rice: Which One is Better?
Think baby formula with brown rice syrup is the healthier choice? Think again: infant formula made with brown rice syrup may contain 30 times more arsenic than other formulas, according to a new study from Dartmouth College. Environmental chemist Brian P. Jackson led the team of researchers in their study of arsenic levels in 17 … Continue reading Shocking levels of arsenic found in baby formula made with brown rice syrup
Rice is an essential component of many preppers’ emergency food stockpile for many reasons. For starters, it’s high in calories, meaning it can keep up your energy in the event of a disaster or SHTF scenario. It also lasts for years if kept at room temperature and is inexpensive when bought in bulk. It’s also very … Continue reading Food supply 101: How to store rice properly
Let’s take an inside look at just how much money you’re really saving on the food you buy that’s not organic or at least non-GMO certified. Then, we’ll compare those ‘savings’ to the co-pays for cancer treatments (if you even have coverage), loss of job time, hospital time, loss of time with your family, plus … Continue reading Is the money you save buying GMO foods worth the price of cancer later in life?
Arsenic is a very toxic trace element. Throughout history, people have been ingesting it, either knowingly or unknowingly. This problem seems to be getting even worse, as more and more arsenic is making its way into people’s food, particularly rice. Rice is a staple food for a huge percentage of the world’s population, which opens up … Continue reading Food safety tips: How to reduce the arsenic in your rice by 80 percent
A concerning amount of fungicide and insecticide residues were found in rice hulls in rice plants in southern Brazil, according to a study. The study was done during three crop seasons – fungicides and insecticides were sprayed at different crop growth stages on the aerial portion of the rice plants in Brazil, where these fungicides and insecticides … Continue reading Rice eaters beware: Study reveals fungicide and insecticide residues on rice hulls across a majority of samples
Parents who feed their infants baby rice food products be warned: You’re feeding your children food laced with arsenic. Researchers hailing from the Institute for Global Food Security at Queen’s University Belfast have found illegal levels of arsenic in a variety of rice-based baby foods. The study was conducted in response to the European Union (EU) imposing a maximum … Continue reading Researchers have found illegal levels of ARSENIC in baby rice food products