Brown Rice

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If you regularly have white rice in your diet, but suffer from intestinal discomfort or diverticulitis, then switching to brown rice might be the fastest and easiest fix. Brown rice has a number of nutrients that is lacking in white rice, and can actually provide anti-spasmodic and anti-inflammatory effects. For people suffering from diverticulitis, eliminating any of the inflammation or irritation is beneficial, and brown rice is easy to find. While it may be a bit more expensive, switching to brown rice, or adding it into your diet entirely, is a wise choice if you want to get your digestive process back to normal. Protection Status
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