Protein in rice
Only few people know that the proportion of fat in rice (low in calories) is minimal compared to wheat which contains gelatin, which causes allergic reactions for some people, the protein found in rice does not cause allergies as well as sodium. So it's free of cholesterol.
Calories in White Rice
* 1 / 4th cup (uncooked) white rice contains about 150 calories.
* 1 meal of white rice provides about 150 calories.
* 1 cup (200G) of cooked white rice contains about 205 calories.
* 50G of about white rice contains 185 calories
* 1 serving (about cooked 250G) of Pulao white rice contains about 335 calories.
Keeping calories in check is very important for weight loss and the proportion rice chart above isn't no different from any other meal. You always check the label when you shop from supermarket because every brand of rice has higher or lower amounts of calories.
Also note that you should not add fats and oils to your starches meals especially high-fat sauces or oils or butter and mayonnaise because these fats are harmful to your diet and should not be ingested. Health researchers also found that all forms of rice starch can help improve skin moisture.
Carbohydrate diet based on rice:
Lunch consists of four tablespoons of white boiled and don't forget to wash the rice before boiling in order to banish all starches, with a vegetable salad without oil and should be free from any kind of bread and choose some sort of meat whether chicken or steak grilled meat, and alter power with skimmed yoghurt instead of salad during another day.
The evening meal is a vegetable soup and a piece of toasted.
Between meals we recommend fruit such as apples, but at a rate of one piece without multiplication. This rice-based diet is ideal for two consecutive weeks , and then changed to the egg diet so the body does not get used to it and also to break routine.
As we mentioned above rice is a great source of energy and protein but you must not exceed eating the proportion of rice. However they are tons of starches like lentils and soy beans that are widely recommended for a healthy nutrition.
I wonder guys whether you keep in check the amount of calories you eat per day? If yes, what about rice?