Of all the Bollywood actress, Sonam Kapoor Ahuja’s diet is the most talked about and we all want to know her fitness secrets. But, you’d be surprised to know that the super secret behind Sonam’s toned figure are not fad diets, but by replacing white rice with brown rice! Here are 7 reasons why you should switch to brown rice too!
Studies suggest that brown rice contains manganese which helps synthesize body fats and reduces insulin surge. Apart from that, it also supplies essential minerals to supplement the body’s digestion.
Brown rice is helpful for the maintenance of healthy bones. The brown grains contain a heavy dose of calcium and magnesium which prevent bones from breaking down and helps in rebuilding the brittle bones.
Good For Immune System
Brown rice is a helpful staple which can keep your digestive health in check. It contains the high fiber content, which regulates the bowel function and prevents the absorption of acid and thus, makes the process of digestive easy.
With the high fiber content, it regulates the bowel function and keeps you full for longer hours and thus, prevents unwanted cravings.
Brown rice contains magnesium that helps in boosting our energy. It also converts the carbohydrates into energy, which keeps you energetic and active all day!
Food For The Brain
Looking for a brain-boosting food? Then there is no better and easy alternative than brown rice. Good for the nervous system, the minerals found in it accentuate blood flow to the brain. It also contains important enzymes and amino acids which lowers stress and cut down the risk of cerebral disorders.
Controls Cholesterol Level
Brown rice contains naturally occurring oils, which helps in reducing the levels of LDL cholesterol to a large extent.
Meanwhile, on the professional front, Sonam was last seen in Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga alongside Rajkummar Rao, Anil Kapoor, and Juhi Chawla. She will be next seen in Abhishek Sharma’s film, The Zoya Factor alongside Dulquer Salmaan, and Sanjay Kapoor. The movie will hit the silver screen on September 20, 2019.