Brown Rice is the better choice over white rice. The main differences between the two forms of rice lie in processing and nutritional content. Brown Rice is processed when only the outermost layer of a grain of rice (the husk) is removed and the inner layer is still there and hence adding on the fiber content.
"Brown rice is also called 'unpolished rice' and is brown in color. Every rice grain has an outer layer of a slightly stiff cover called the 'hull' or husk. The husk is always removed from the seed for both white and brown rice. Under this layer is a thin brownish layer called the 'bran' layer. In the case of brown rice, the brownish bran layer is left intact and only the top stiff cover is removed.
We provide finest and premium quality of Brown rice. It is believed to be more nutritious as compared to white rice, as there are many nutrients in the brown layer that normally get taken off in the polishing process. When cook brown rice, would need to soak it in water for around 25 minutes to 30 minutes before doing the normal cooking process. The health benefits of brown rice could include controlling high blood pressure. Besides high fiber content, brown rice also contains other nutrients like, B vitamins, manganese, selenium and iron. Brown Rice has low Glycemic index (50). Glycemic index is a measure of the effects of carbohydrate on blood sugar level."