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So… now you’re looking for information on brown rice and yeast infections, right? What exactly are you looking for, my friend? Are you inquiring whether or not you can eat brown rice if you have a yeast infection. Or are you asking if brown rice adversely affects a yeast infection. Well you’ve come to the right place for that information. Let’s get right into it, OK?

First of all when it comes to brown rice, EVERYBODY should be eating it! It is sooooo much healthier than white rice. But because of the incredible power of marketing, white rice gets all of the attention. But what they won’t tell you in those commercials with “Uncle Ben” and those other rice brands is that before white rice is white, it was actually born brown. (Did I say that right?) What I’m trying to say is white rice is brown rice stripped of all of it’s nutrients! (Yeah, that sounds better!)

White rice begins it’s life as brown rice. And as brown rice it has all of the high power nutrients that you need. In brown rice you have nutrients like fiber, protein, thiamine, magnesium, calcium and potassium, just to name a few. These nutrients alone make brown rice the better choice. But every year millions of people choose the white rice over the brown because of it’s look. But now that more and more people are into eating healthier, this trend is beginning to change.                                                                                              

Brown rice has all of the above nutrients BEFORE it is stripped by the refining process. That refining process then goes through the process of adding synthetic nutrients to give the public the illusion of “fortified” white rice. So first brown rice is stripped of it’s nutrients and then given synthetic substitutions of some of those nutrients and vitamins just to try to meet the FDA’s minimum requirement of a “nutritious” food. And it still fails miserably at this attempt! (Truth be told, white rice doesn’t meet the minimal nutritional requirements set forth by the FDA for a serving of food!)

So what does this have to do with the connection between brown rice and yeast infections? Well, if you’re thinking about whether or not you can eat brown rice to help reduce your consumption of sugar while on a “yeast infection diet”, then the answer is a resounding YES! Brown rice is the perfect healthy solution for ALL your diet needs. It’s high fiber content coupled with it’s natural digestibility make brown rice a natural ingredient that should be included in any yeast infection diet or diet period! So to answer your questions raised in the beginning of this post: YES! You can eat brown rice while on a yeast infection diet. And NO! Brown rice does not adversely affect a yeast infection. In fact, brown rice does just the opposite.

To find out even more information on other natural foods that can help you to totally eliminate your yeast infection, I recommend that you check out: Yeast Infection No More.com!

 

 

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