Brown Rice Nutrients and Benefits

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Brown Rice is very awesome grain food. Brown rice is a lot healthier than white rice because to make white rice they mill and polish it with machines so hard that it losses some of the important vitamins. People like to enjoy rice in sushi, soups, fried rice dish, and boiled rice dish. In about one cup of cooked Brown Rice you will get these Nutrients:
- Vitamin B1, Thiamin
- Vitamin B2, Riboflavin
- Vitamin B3, Niacin
- Vitamin B5, Pantothenic Acid
- Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine
- Folate
- Vitamin E
- Manganese (large amount)
- Selenium (good amount)
- Magnesium (good amount)
- Tryptophan
- Protein
- Carbohydrates
- Dietary Fiber
- Water
- Copper
- Iron
- Phosphorus
- Potassium
- Zinc
- Amino Acids

The benefits of Brown Rice Grains are very healthy and important for our overall health:
- Antioxidant Protection
- Provides Natural Energy
- Supports Weight Loss
- Reduces Risk of Colon Cancer
- Helps Prevent Cancers
- Helps Prevent Heart Diseases
- Helps Prevent Asthma
- Helps Prevent Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Lowers Cholesterol
- Promotes Cardiovascular Health
- Supports Postmenopausal Womens Health
- Reduces Risk of Metabolic Syndrome
- Reduces Risk of Type 2 Diabetes
- Lowers High Blood Pressure
- Reduces Migraine Headaches
- Reduces Risk of Heart Attack
- Reduces Risk of Stroke
- Reduces Constipation
- Protects from Brest Cancer
- Prevents Gallstones

Chicken Eggs Nutrients and Benefits

brown eggsEggs are very healthy and important for our bodies. It is always better to eat organic eggs, natural eggs, or home grown eggs, and prefferably brown too. Inside of the egg there is a translucent white liquid and the very center has a yellow yoke. A normal boiled egg has these kind of nutrients:
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin B2, riboflavin
- Vitamin B5, Pantothenic Acid
- Vitamin B12, Cobalamin
- Vitamin D
- Tryptophan
- Selenium
- Iodine
- Protein
- Molybdenum
- Phosphorus
- Cholesterol
- Water
- Biotin
- Folate
- Calcium
- Chloride
- Potassium
- Sodium
- Amino Acids

Normal Chicken Eggs are used in many different kinds of recipes, and while we eat them on a regular basis we can get these kinds of benefits:
- Promotes Brain Health
- Reduces Inflammations
- Lowers Risk of Heart Disease
- Lowers Risk of Osteoporosis
- Lowers Risk of Cognitive Decline
- Lowers Risk of Alzheimers Disease
- Lowers Risk of Type-2 Diabetes
- Prevents Muscle Damage
- Promotes Weight Loss
- Provides Healthy Energy
- Promotes Heart Health
- Promotes Nervous System
- Promotes Cardiovascular Health
- Improves your current cholesterol (cholesterol in eggs is good for you and it does not make your cholesterol worse)
- Prevents Blood Clots
- Protects from cataracts
- Protects from Macular Degeneration
- Protects Eyesight

Bell Peppers Nutrients and Benefits

bell peppersIn this writing we’ll introduce you to red, yellow, orange, green, purple, brown and even black bell peppers. I don’t know if you can taste the difference between their colors, but many people do, my favorite bell pepper is the red one. You can use bell peppers for very nice flavorful salads, soups and pretty much almost any dish could use them, the problem usually comes to, the money to get them. Anyway, here is the important list of nutrients in raw one cup of bell peppers:
- Lots of Vitamin A
- Vitamin B1, thiamin
- Vitamin E
- Lots of Vitamin C
- Vitamin K
- Vitamin B6, pyridoxine
- Dietary Fiber
- Molybdenum
- Manganese
- Folate
- Potassium
- Tryptophan
- Copper
- Carbohydrates
- Water
- Calcium
- Chloride
- Phosphorus

These beautiful and colorful bell peppers are beautiful and colorful in benefits too:
- Protects Against Free Radicals
- Reduces risk of cardiovascular disease
- Lowers Cholesterol Levels
- Lowers Risk of Heart Attack
- Lowers Risk of stroke
- Promotes good heart health
- Lowers Risk of Prostate Cancer
- Lowers Risk of Cervix Cancer
- Lowers Risk of Bladder Cancer
- Lowers Risk of Pancreas Cancer
- Promotes Optimal Health
- Promotes Lung Health
- Lowers Risk of Lung Cancer
- Promotes Eyesight
- Protects against Rheumatoid Arthritis