Health Benefits of Brown Rice Tea

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Health Benefits of Brown Rice Tea
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Brown rice is made when the outermost layer of the rice kernel is removed. Removing only this layer leaves the essential minerals and vitamins contained in the rice kernel intact. Brown rice is a fantastic source of the nutrients you need to maintain a healthy diet. Brown rice tea is a mixture of green tea and brown rice and is full of these beneficial nutrients.

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Full of Antioxidants

Brown rice tea is full of antioxidants that are important in the prevention of diseases. The antioxidants in green tea combined with those in brown rice make a powerfully healthful drink. According to a 2006 study published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, tea is a healthier choice to drink overall, even healthier than water, because tea actually rehydrates as well as water, but also supplies the antioxidant polyphenol that protects you from heart disease.

Source of Manganese

Manganese is a mineral that helps produce energy from protein. It is also an important part of an antioxidant critical to your health concerning the protection of cells. Manganese helps your body maintain bone strength, normal blood-sugar levels and healthy nerves.

Rich in Fiber and Selenium

Brown rice tea is rich in fibre and the mineral selenium. Fibre is necessary to maintain a healthy digestive tract and aids in the maintenance of healthy weight. Selenium is a key mineral in your body that helps thyroid metabolism, immune function and antioxidant functions. Selenium is a mineral that has been shown to be beneficial in the treatment of colon cancer.

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