It may seem counterintuitive to pick a crop to eat, but it turns out that your diet can actually help to reduce your risk of diseases and illnesses.
That’s because, according to new research, crops like rice, corn and soy are all good candidates for eating, and the same holds true for grains.
A study published in the journal PLOS ONE shows that when people eat a grain-based diet, they are much less likely to suffer from certain chronic diseases, like diabetes, obesity, and heart disease.
That means that rice is actually more likely to benefit people than some other grains, like wheat, barley and oats.
“We were actually surprised by this result,” said lead author Adam Stenner, a doctoral student at the University of California, Berkeley.
“I think that if you’re going to eat a lot of grains, you need to eat them whole and not only in the grain, but also in the hull, in the pod.”
In fact, Stenners team also discovered that whole grains are also better than the processed versions, like white bread or white rice.
That is, they’re actually more nutritious and less likely than the grain products that are often used as a replacement for them.
In other words, the better the grain is, the less likely you’re to suffer health problems.
To understand how rice, wheat and other grains work together, you’ll have to dig deeper into their science.
Rice is a great example of what the science has to say about how grains work.
Rice grains are packed with proteins, minerals and vitamins, and are known to help lower your risk for certain chronic conditions.
These include obesity, diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, osteoporosis and cancer.
Researchers have found that eating rice may lower your chance of developing these diseases by about a third.
Rice, which is mostly used as grain, is a high-protein source, meaning it contains more than half the amount of protein that your body needs.
Rice also contains a high level of carbohydrates, which are thought to help slow the process of weight gain.
These nutrients help you keep weight down, and may also help you maintain a healthy body mass index (BMI).
So when we think of grains we think about them as the source of protein and other nutrients that help you lose weight.
“What we were looking for was a way to make rice more nutritious,” Stenning said.
“And this is where grains come in.
They have a high content of carbohydrates.”
What you eat can also have a huge impact on the quality of your diet.
“The grain industry is incredibly profitable,” Stensner said.
And that makes it hard for researchers to find new ways to understand what makes a grain different from other types of grains.
The researchers found that rice that contains more fiber than other grains did not appear to be more nutritious than the grains that did not contain as much fiber.
This could be because the amount you eat in a meal is often directly related to how much fiber you eat.
The more fiber you have in your diet, the more you absorb into your body.
But if you eat less fiber in your meals, the amount absorbed into your bloodstream appears to be lower, making your body more susceptible to infections and other chronic illnesses.
So if you want to eat as much rice as possible, it’s important to eat the right grains, said Stennings co-author David Zaslavsky.
Stenns team found that consuming a lot more fiber in a grain, such as oats, would actually reduce the risk of certain diseases.
“It could be that grains can have the beneficial effects that they do because they’re more dense and they have higher protein levels,” Stengner said, “so if you have a lot fewer carbohydrates, you can get a lot less fiber and less risk of disease.”
That’s not to say that whole grain grains aren’t healthy.
Stensning said that whole wheat is the most widely used grain in the United States, and its health benefits are well-known.
“A whole wheat meal is the best way to eat protein,” Stening said.
The study showed that when researchers looked at the relationship between a grain’s total protein and total carbohydrates, it did not seem to have any effect on the amount people ate, but did seem to increase the risk for people who were overweight.
This is because higher total protein intake increases your risk, because it increases the amount your body absorbs into your blood.
When this happens, you may develop metabolic syndrome, a common obesity disorder.
And the researchers believe that eating a lot and consuming a healthy amount of grains together could help prevent this.
“You can get very close to that effect of having a lot or having very little of each,” Strenner said about the idea of eating a grain and then eating a little of the grain.
That sounds a lot like the Paleo diet, a diet that is designed to replace certain foods with whole