Now diabetes patients can eat rice with open heart, eating Joha rice of Assam will not increase sugar
Rice for Diabetics:
Rice is such a food item that is made in almost every household, from its Biryani to Pulao, Khichdi and even Kheer is also made. But the big problem for diabetic patients is that they cannot consume white rice, because the glycemic index is found in very high quantity in it. Not only this, it is also rich in carbohydrates, eating which can increase the blood sugar level rapidly, so diabetic patients should avoid eating rice. But is there any way by which diabetic patients can eat rice freely, then let us tell you that there is a special rice of Assam which can be eaten by diabetic patients as well.
Joha rice is beneficial for diabetes patients
Recently, a study was conducted at the Institute of Advanced Study in Science and Technology, in which it was found that Joha rice grown in Assam is very beneficial for diabetes patients. Not only this, it can also help in controlling blood pressure and diabetes. Actually, Joha rice is being cultivated on the Garo Hills of Assam for centuries. Recent research has claimed that unsaturated fatty acids Omega 6 and Omega 3 are found in Joha rice, which is very beneficial for diabetes patients. Apart from this, nutraceutical properties are also found in it.
Zoha Chawal has got GI tag
Zoha Rice of Assam has got the GI (Geographical Indication) tag. This tag is a symbol given to a product for being from its region of origin. It is said that Joha rice is similar to Basmati rice, although it does not smell like Basmati. But it is famous all over India for its taste. It also acts as a plant-based protein and the amount of sugar in it is very less.
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