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HOW EATING RICE WITH COCONUT OIL CAN CUT DOWN YOUR CALORIES


A steaming bowl of cooked rice

There's nothing like a well-cooked bowl of rice made with cooking oil to add some fragrance and taste. Right?


What if I told you that you can get amazing health benefits including losing weight from your fragrant bowl of rice.


Experts say a cup of white rice contains an average of 200 calories. They have advised that this calorie content can be reduced by adding a little fat and letting it cool.


In this article, you'll learn how to make delicious rice made with coconut oil and how it can help you reduce your calorie intake.


In a research by the American Chemical Society’s at the national meeting in 2015, using coconut oil and a refrigerator can slash calories by up to 60%.

Rice is made up of two types of starch - digestible and resistant. Since the human body doesn’t have the enzymes to digest the second type, it cannot be transformed into sugar and absorbed in the bloodstream like digestible starch.


According to health.com,” Some researchers from the College of Chemical Sciences in Sri Lanka wanted to figure out if they could convert some of rice’s digestible starch into the non-digestible type, and thereby make it less caloric. By testing out 38 different kinds of rice and simulating human digestion in a test tube, they devised a recipe for