Doctor Rice 1Kg


Manufacturer claims that Doctor rice has a GI of below 55, which falls in the low to medium GI category, according to the University of Sydney GI Database. Other types of rice have GI reaching 72 to 98.

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Doctor Rice is Low GI Rice,  also known as low glycemic index rice, is a type of rice that has a lower glycemic index (GI) than traditional white rice. The glycemic index is a measure of how quickly carbohydrates in a food raise blood sugar levels. Foods with a high GI cause blood sugar levels to spike quickly, while foods with a low GI are digested more slowly and cause a more gradual rise in blood sugar.

Low GI rice is typically made from varieties of rice that have a lower starch content, and it may be partially or fully milled to remove some of the outer bran layer. This results in a rice that is digested more slowly, which can help to provide sustained energy and reduce the risk of blood sugar spikes.


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250gms, 500gms, 1 Kg


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