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Tuesday, March 15, 2016

NUTRITIONAL FACTS ON PURPLE RICE


In ancient China, black rice, or Purple Rice was considered the finest grain and only served to the Emperor.  Therefore, it sometimes is called “forbidden rice,” as it was off limits for the general public. 

Why off limits to the general public? It must hold some ancient Chinese secret!
 

Here are some nutritional facts that show how packed with nutrients Royal Purple Rice really is:





Nutritional data per 100g:
Alanine - 0.437 g
Arginine - 0.569 g
Ash - 1.27 g
Aspartic acid - 0.702 g
Calcium, Ca - 33 mg
Carbohydrate, by difference - 76.17 g
Copper, Cu - 0.277 mg
Cystine - 0.091 g
Energy - 1515 kj
Energy - 362 kcal
Fatty acids, total monounsaturated - 0.971 g
Fatty acids, total polyunsaturated - 0.959 g
Fatty acids, total saturated - 0.536 g
Fiber, total dietary - 3.4 g
Folate, DFE - 20 mcg_DFE
Folate, food - 20 mcg
Folate, total - 20 mcg
Glutamic acid - 1.528 g
Glycine - 0.369 g
Histidine - 0.190 g
Iron, Fe - 1.80 mg
Isoleucine - 0.318 g
Leucine - 0.620 g
Lysine - 0.286 g
Magnesium, Mg - 143 mg
Manganese, Mn - 3.743 mg
Methionine - 0.169 g
Niacin - 4.308 mg
Pantothenic acid - 1.493 mg
Phenylalanine - 0.387 g
Phosphorus, P - 264 mg
Potassium, K - 268 mg
Proline - 0.352 g
Protein - 7.50 g
Riboflavin - 0.043 mg
Serine - 0.388 g
Sodium, Na - 4 mg
Thiamin - 0.413 mg
Threonine - 0.275 g
Total lipid (fat) - 2.68 g
Tryptophan - 0.096 g
Tyrosine - 0.281 g
Valine - 0.440 g
Vitamin B-6 - 0.509 mg
Water - 12.37 g
Zinc, Zn - 2.02 mg


You cannot buy Purple Rice powder at the store.  To obtain more information on Purple Rice powder, contact:  HealthWealthFreedomInfo@gmail.com

1 comment:

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