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Lose Weight With Rice Milk: Properties And Recipe

Lose Weight With Rice Milk: Properties And Recipe
Today vegetable milks are chosen by many people who choose to use them as a replacement for cow milk. They offer a lot of health benefits, they are rich in nutrients, help with digestion, reduce calories and maintain a stable weight. Today we will show you the properties of rice milk and you can not stop incorporate in your meals!

Properties of rice milk
● It is very effective in reducing the cholesterol.
● Strengthens the defenses.
● Helps in the process of digestion, it is recommended at people with acidity, diarrhea or gastritis.
● It has low fat content of fats a glass has 1.5 grams and 0 saturated fats. What it makes it a great ally is that helps the body to absorb vitamins.

Why can you help yourself to lose weight with rice milk?

Being a vegetable drink, the rice milk has no saturated fat, this means it can achieve better digestion, releasing energy and also helps with burning lipids. It is ideal to start the day with a glass of rice milk because of its cleansing properties and also for its contributions of vitamins. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has published a study in which it can be seen that rice milk has vitamin D that makes people lose weight while consuming it. Its main components are calcium and vitamin D, which both can reduce the accumulation of fat. When compared with the composition of cow milk, the rice does not have many proteins that is why you should take it at breakfast with some foods that can supplement the lack of proteins, it should be with nuts such as walnuts. Try to drink a glass of rice in the morning and one in the afternoon. This milk is really healthy, digestive and dilutes fats that are difficult to remove from the body. To achieve even better results you should add exercises and a good diet rich in fruits and vegetables and low fats.

Ingredients for a liter of rice milk
You will need brown or integral rice (1 cup), water (8 cups), sunflower oil (2 tablespoons) and honey (4 tbsp).

How to prepare rice milk?
To start you need to boil the water, when it is boiled put the cup of rice. Lower the heat, place the cover on the pot and let the rice cook for 1/4 hour (15 minutes). Once ready turn off the fire and wait for the temperature to down a little bit. Then place the preparation in the blender and turn it on until you get a smooth and homogeneous cream. Continue by incorporating the sunflower oil and the honey and again turn on the blender for a few minutes. You can add a pinch of cinnamon during the preparation. Try to use integral rice because it is the healthiest that exists.  If you want to save the rice milk so you can consume it later, you must place it in an airtight and glass container, so it can be perfectly preserved. It usually lasts between 2 or 3 days.
You should drink about two glasses per day from the recipe that contains 2l and serves to cover for two days. It can be drunk by adults and also by children.

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