My Little Moppet Foods Brown Rice Flakes 200 gm
Lifestyle diseases are increasing in all parts of the world, but the steep rise witnessed in India over the past few years has become a cause for concern. A white paper study has revealed that 25% of Indians are likely to die of lifestyle diseases by the age of 70, a statistic that has largely to do with bad lifestyle choices, including bad nutrition. The first step to overcome this is to switch to whole grain food products, like Little Moppet Foods’ Organic Brown Rice Flakes.
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When rice is polished, it loses several essential nutrients – 80% of Vitamin B1, 60% of iron, 90% of Vitamin B6 as well as nearly half the manganese and phosphorous. Eating unpolished brown rice products prevents these significant losses, most of which are maintained in the bran and germ of the rice. It is very popular with diabetics, due to its slow release of energy, preventing sudden spikes in blood sugar. A cup of brown rice can reduce diabetes risks by up to 60%. Brown rice is also said to lower the incidence of plaque in the arteries, thus lowering cholesterol and the risk of heart disease.
Nearly every rice dish traditionally prepared with white rice can be made the same way with brown rice as well. You can do the same with white rice flakes by replacing them with Little Moppet Foods’ Organic Brown Rice Flakes, all the more because they’re 100% natural and organic, free from any kind of preservatives or chemicals.
Little Moppet Foods’ Organic Brown Rice Flakes are:
• High in fiber
• Full of all the original nutrients of rice
• Useful in reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease
• Helpful to lower cholesterol
• Ideal for diabetics
Age Recommendation: 1 year & above
Ingredients: 100% Organic Brown Rice
How to Prepare:
1. Soak the flakes in water with a pinch of salt for a minute.
2. Squeeze well to remove water.
3. Steam for 5-10 minutes.
4. Can be used to make upma, kheer, porridge.