New Revolutionary Diabetes Rice Variety
Rice is pre-eminent crop in India, and is the staple food of the people of eastern and southern parts of the country.
Generally People suffering from Diabetes doesn’t consume rice due to high Glycemic index and high carbohydrates. There is an New Diabetes Revolutionary Rice – Telangana Sona, which has Low Glycemic index below 55. The Brand Rice Desire Procures new variety of rice which is high in fiber, high resistant starch and low Glycemic index.
What is Glycemic index?
Glycemic Index (GI) is a measurement carried out on carbohydrate-containing foods and thier impact on our blood sugar levels. Glycemic Index is a relatively new way of analysing foods. Previously, Most meal plans designed to improve blood sugar analysed the total amount of Carbohydrates (including sugars and starches) in the foods themselves.
Glycemic Index goes beyond this approach, looking at the impact of foods on our actual blood sugar. In other words, instead of counting the total amount of carbohydrates in foods in their unconsumed state. Glycemic Index measures the actual impact of these foods on our blood sugar.
What is Dietary Fiber?
Dietary fiber is also known as rough age or bulk, includes the parts of plant foods your body can’t digest or obsorb. Unlike other food components, such as fats, proteins, or carbohydrates – which your body breaks down and absorbs fiber isn’t digested by your body instead, it passes relatively intact through your stomach, small intestine, colon and out of your body.
Most plant – based foods, such as oat meal and beans, contain both soluble and insoluble fiber. However, the amount of each type varies in different plant foods. To receive the greatest health benefit, eating a wide variety of high-fiber and RS foods is recommended.
What is Resistant Starch?
Resistant Starch is a type of starch that isn’t fully broken down and absorbed, but rather turned into short-chain fatty acids by intestinal bacteria. This may lead to some unique health benefits. To get the most from resistant starch, Doctors suggest Whole, unprocessed sources of carbohydrate such as whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and beans / Legumes.
Rice Desire is high in resistant starch (>than 6gm/100gm)
Some Interesting Facts
Over the past 15 years, High Fiber linked with Low Glycemic index have been associated with decreased risk of cardio vascular disease, type 2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome, stroke, depression, chronic kidney disease, formation of gallstones, neural tube defects, formation of uterine fibroids and cancers of the breast, colon, prostate, and pancreas.