A new study from Harvard University has said that white or brown rice may be a matter of taste for taste buds. However, people who alternate brown rice for white, maybe for some health reasons, might be onto something.
But doctors have to say that consuming brown rice does not merely involve nutrition alone. There definitely is more than that.
Researchers evaluated data from more than 200,000 subjects and established that those who ate five or more servings of white rice for each week had a 17% increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, as contrasted with those who hardly ate white rice.
What is more, they as well could find that those who consumed brown rice on a regular basis were in general less probable to develop diabetes.
With this, the researchers projected that subbing in a small number of servings every week of white rice with brown would result in a 16% decrease in running diabetes peril.
On the other hand, diet and diabetes specialists say that the results might have more to do with the kind of person who tends to have brown rice than how the food itself seems to have an effect on their health.
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