Despite being less popular than brown rice or wild rice, black rice, known as forbidden rice, is an ancient grain that has even more impressive health benefits than most other closely related rice varieties. Not only is it the type of rice that is richest in powerful disease-fighting antioxidants, but it also contains dietary fiber, anti-inflammatory properties, and has the ability to help stop the development of diabetes, cancer, heart disease and even weight gain.
Are you feeling fatigued and don’t know what to do? Dr Oz talked about the nutritional powers of Black Rice (also called Forbidden Rice) to keep you going. http://www.recapo.com/dr-oz/dr-oz-diet/dr-oz-forbidden-rice-health-benefits-how-to-eat-black-rice/
Dr Oz: How Forbidden Rice or Black Rice Fights Fatigue~Provides iron and magnesium, protein (providing a slow energy release), antioxidants to help with fatigue, low in carbs and calories, high in amino acids, potassium, and zinc.
Black Rice Tabbouleh with Chickpeas Feta and Pistachios
Black Rice Tabbouleh with Chickpeas Feta and Pistachios - black rice adds so much nutty nutrition along with hearty chickpeas, tangy feta and crunchy pistachios! | @tasteLUVnourish on TasteLoveAndNourish.com
Black Rice Salad with Mango and Peanuts Fruit is a welcome addition to savory grain salads. Here, mangoes and oranges add color and sweetness to the deep-purple hue of black rice. It's delicious with grilled fish. I'll do this without the peanuts