Common method of cooking rice can leave traces of arsenic in food, scientists warn - DunyaNews Pakistan

(Online) - Millions of people could be putting themselves at risk by cooking their rice incorrectly, scientists have warned. Recent experiments show a common method of cooking rice — simply boiling it in a pan until the water has steamed out — can be ...

If you don't cook rice this way you may be at risk of arsenic poisoning - The Express Tribune

The way you cook rice may be putting your health at risk, a scientist has warned. According to Professor Andy Meharg, an expert on rice contamination from Queens University Belfast, if you're not using plenty of water when cooking your rice then you ...

Whole grains may lead to a better immune system - The Nation

Islamabad - A new study highlights the benefits of eating whole grains over refined grains, after finding that the former may lead to a healthier gut and better immune responses. Senior study author Simin Nikbin Meydani of the Jean Mayer USDA Human ...

'Common method of cooking rice can leave traces of arsenic in food' - Daily Times

Millions of people could be putting themselves at risk by cooking their rice incorrectly, scientists have warned. Recent experiments show a common method of cooking rice - simply boiling it in a pan until the water has steamed out - can be insufficient ...

Is the way you cook rice doing you more harm than good? - Al-Arabiya

It is well documented that people who eat a lot of rice are putting themselves at risk because of the arsenic content. But that risk can be substantially reduced depending on how you cook it according to a report in the Huffington Post. The rice takes ...

The Most Popular Way of Cooking Rice Could Be Killing You - NextShark

Simply washing rice and boiling it in two parts water until it's fluffy enough to eat is THE WORST way to cook it. Apparently, that particular process leaves the highest levels of the poison arsenic in the cooked rice, a new experiment has revealed ...

Cooking Rice This Way Could Kill You - Daily Hornet (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog)

Scientists are warning that a common method of cooking rice can expose you to a range of serious health problems including heart disease, cancer and type 2 diabetes. Ray Simon on February 10, 2017. A recent experiment has shown that perhaps the most ...

Soak rice overnight to reduce risk of cancer, heart diseases - ScrollToday

Scientists warn that the usual method of cooking rice — simply boiling it in a pan with some water — can expose those who eat it to traces of the poison arsenic. Photo Courtesy:-Hotel Grand Vindu. If you are a rice lover, then you have to know the ...

Be Warned: How You Cook Rice Can Result in Hypertension, Diabetes, Cancer and Even Death - Information Nigeria

It has been revealed that the way people cook their rice can end up affecting their health very seriously. In the average home, rice is a must-eat food on a daily basis, especially when you have children around. It's so easy to cook — or so many of us ...

Use This Cooking Hack to Reduce Arsenic Levels in Your Rice - Health.com

The key is to soak the rice overnight, experts say, and to not let all the water evaporate while cooking. By Amanda MacMillan. February 10, 2017. sponsored stories. trending now. 16 Ways to Lose Weight Fast · 27 Fat-Burning Ab Exercises (No Crunches!)

Expert reveals the safest way to cook rice - The Marshalltown

You may not think there's anything wrong with how you cook rice – but there probably is. If you're not using enough water then you're at risk of heart disease and cancer, a scientist has warned. Cooking the grains in excess water helps to flush out ...