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    Does rice have protein in it?

    If so, how much (per cup)? I tried to google it but kept getting "rice protein" results (as in sites selling protein extracted from rice).

    What's the best kind to get? (brown, white etc.)
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    Originally Posted by IcyScythe View Post
    If so, how much (per cup)? I tried to google it but kept getting "rice protein" results (as in sites selling protein extracted from rice).

    What's the best kind to get? (brown, white etc.)
    Search here -> http://www.nutritiondata.com
    It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.
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    I'm a big fan of brown rice.
    Go to the web site the person above me posted and look at all of the nutrition facts.
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    White rice for post workout, brown for every other time. The organic brown rice that I eat says 3 grams of protein for 1/4 cup (I eat 1/2 cup at a time).
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    Why are you looking to rice for protein content?
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    Originally Posted by TMaG82 View Post
    White rice for post workout, brown for every other time. The organic brown rice that I eat says 3 grams of protein for 1/4 cup (I eat 1/2 cup at a time).
    Why white rice PWO? (Honest question)
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    Originally Posted by BigZack1428 View Post
    Why white rice PWO? (Honest question)
    Because, brown rice is a complex carb, while white is a much quicker digesting food (like sugar)
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    Originally Posted by NWAli View Post
    Because, brown rice is a complex carb, while white is a much quicker digesting food (like sugar)
    White rice is a complex carb too.

    Just sayin
    No sir, I don't like it.
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    Originally Posted by Mr. Horse View Post
    White rice is a complex carb too.

    Just sayin
    Yeah your right; buts its a "quicker" carb
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    Originally Posted by NWAli View Post
    buts its a "quicker" carb
    Yes, but insignificantly so.
    No sir, I don't like it.
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    Originally Posted by underfed View Post
    Why are you looking to rice for protein content?
    Because it's dirt cheap. This might become the main staple of my diet for 6 months .

    So can I eat ~2000 cals worth of rice everyday no problem or is this unhealthy?
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    Originally Posted by Mr. Horse View Post
    Yes, but insignificantly so.
    Really? Then what is the big deal of eatting brown rice (nonsarcastic, curious)? When I joined everyone was recommending to eat brown over white. This was at least in the losing fat section.
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    Brown still has one of the husks on it. Husk vs. no husk is the only difference. The husk has some fiber, nutrients and fat.

    I don't know why people get so worked up over brown.
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    Very little difference between brown & white rice.
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    Originally Posted by NWAli View Post
    Really? Then what is the big deal of eatting brown rice (nonsarcastic, curious)? When I joined everyone was recommending to eat brown over white. This was at least in the losing fat section.
    It's NOT a big deal. Brown rice has a slightly lower GI (insignificant, especially in the context of a meal), a bit more fiber, and a bit more vitamins/minerals.
    No sir, I don't like it.
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    Sorry to the OP if you felt I hijacked your post. Oh and im pretty sure using rice as your staple would be a pretty bad idea. For those 5-6g of protein you will be taking in like 45g of carbs. For ~2000 of calories you would be getting 50-60g of protein and 450g of carbs.

    Mr. Horse; thats very interesting. Well then white>>>>>brown any day. Fiber and vitamins doesnt sound like it out weighs the taste.

    But I am assuming american wheat bread<100% whole wheat bread (nutrciously)? Same with potatoe? Brown/sweet>white?
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