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Is a Rice Nutrition Diet Good for Bodybuilding?

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Posted 07 August 2006 - 12:48 PM

More than half the world's population today depends on Rice Proteins
and consumes Rice, a native crop of tropical and subtropical Asia
and Africa, as the primary staple food. As the cultivation of rice
requires intensive labor, high quantities of rainfall and plenty of
water for irrigation, it is extensively cultivated in the highly
populated tropical regions of South Asia and parts of Africa.
However, in order to meet the growing requirements of rice in
countries worldwide, today rice is grown in countries all over the
world. Next to maize and wheat, rice is the third largest crop
cultivated today.

Especially, in developing nations like those of
South Asia and Africa rice is also cultivated as one of the largest
export crops. http://www.agcommoditiesinc.com/ informs you on some
of the main characteristics of rice plants and the numerous benefits
of consuming the crop. Rice plants requiring large quantities of
water for their best cultivation are often grown in paddies, where
the water accumulated for rice cultivation prevents weeds and
unwanted sub-growths from hampering the growth of the rice crops.
Once the rice crops have attained their full maturity and the
harvesting works are about to be started the excess water can be
easily drained out from the rice fields. Being habitats of a variety
of birds and amphibians, rice paddies are protected from being
infested with pests significantly by the herons and snakes living
there.

Rice Proteins, one of the best sources of hypoallergenic protein, is
today used in a variety of culinary dishes worldwide.
http://www.agcommoditiesinc.com/ tells you some of the major
processes involved in cultivating rice crops. Once rice grains are
harvested from the fields, the outer husks are first removed to
obtain brown rice and when all the bran and germ have been removed
white rice can be obtained. This white rice is then parboiled,
polished or processed into flour to make it fit for using as food
ingredients. The food nutrients lost during the milling processes
are usually replenished externally in the white rice thus obtained.
Along with white rice, brown rice is also a rich source of Rice
Proteins. In this regard, mention must be made of
http://www.agcommodi...c.com/index.htm as it informs you on some
of the basic benefits of Rice Proteins.

Rice forms a wholesome and nutritious health diet in it, capable of
providing the body with required levels of complex carbohydrates and
in turn reducing the fat intake. Cholesterol-free, sodium-free, non-
allergenic and having minimum fat content, Rice Proteins are some of
the most easily digestible and absorbable forms of food materials.
Being a complex carbohydrate the potential energy of rice can be
stored in body muscles and energy can be released whenever the body
feels the need to do so. Especially, for people requiring a gluten-
free diet, Rice Proteins are some of the best food materials to
consume compared to other protein sources. Since, Rice Proteins are
free from allergens present in other protein sources like soy, eggs,
milk, yeasts and other grains they can be considered truly
hypoallergenic in nature. When derived from natural polishing and
extraction processes, Rice Proteins, have approximately 70% protein
content and are rich sources of amino acids which modern research
has revealed is very similar to the amino acid profile of mother's
milk (one of the most nutritious food materials of the planet).

Rice is known for its carbohydrate content and proteins are a
completely different nutrient group altogether. However, the term is
often used to describe a class of protein supplements that are
artificially processed through a method that enables them to leave
behind the natural enzymes that break down the carbohydrate part of
the rice molecules and leave the natural protein aside. By
collecting a huge amount of such protein molecules from a number of
rice granules one can get a considerable amount of rice proteins.
Rice protein is generally seen to be a complete protein as it
contains all nine essential amino acids that proteins are generally
said to be made up of. Besides this, in most cases they also contain
some of the non-essential amino acids that are, in smaller
quantities also necessary for the physiological processes of our
body to run correctly.

The popularity of rice has been seen all around the world from time
immemorial. In today's world recent researches have proved beyond
doubt that our ancestors had enough reason to think so highly of
this food crop. Rice Protein Concentrates contain a number of
important essential amino acids, which include Histidine, Leucine,
Lysine, Tryptophan and Valine as well as Arginine, Glycine and
Proline. Besides this, one of the most important reasons for the
popularity of rice proteins is the fact that they are natural food
crops. Rice has very rare instances of causing allergies and hence
Rice Protein Concentrates can be safely said to run a low risk of
causing allergies and is therefore a said to be a hypoallergenic
substance. This means that a greater number of people can benefit
from the intake of rice proteins. Besides a number of people suffer
from various allergies caused by the intake of products containing
lactose. The protein deficiency that these people suffer from can be
reduced to a great extent by the intake of organic rice protein in
the form of rice protein powder. The uses of rice proteins are many.
One of the most important benefits of these is that it is an
extremely effective anti carcinogenic substance and reduces the
formation of carcinogenic cells to a great extent. Besides, the
level of lipid in the body is also reduced to a great extent by a
regular intake of rice protein concentrates. These can include doses
of Rice Protein Concentrates 65% and Rice Protein Concentrates 75%.


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