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    Will white rice make you fat? Should I not eat it?

    This may seem like a stupid question. But will white rice make you fat?
    I eat a lot of it lately. Rice and chicken, rice and pork, rice with soup, with tuna etc. I usually use 1 cup to go with whatever Im making. Not every day but at least 4 times a week.
    Its Kraft Complete Minute rice. White rice that is. I noticed it has 36g of carbs.
    That worries me being a newbie. I dont know what to believe about carbs.
    I stay full for a long time eating like this. So I tend to eat less.

    Any advice would be a great help to me. Thanks in advance.
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    it has a higher GI then brown rice but eat it in moderation, try not to consume it later in the vening as well
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    i eat it all the time...
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    There really is no single food that going to make you fat. There are many factors that determine whether you put on fat or not.

    That being said white rice is a decent carb source, not as many nutrients as brown rice but still good. The GI doesn't matter unless you are eating it alone and in a fasted state. As soon as you combine it with protein and/or fat it slows the absorbtion.
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    Only eat it after workouts. Basmati rice and brown rice is lower GI and is better for sustained energy, but white rice tends to affect insulin levels more. This is why it is perfect post-workout, when the insulin release will 'shuttle' the nutrients to your muscles. Any other time of day, insulin can store excess high glycemic/GI carbs as bodyfat
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    Originally Posted by Max Protein
    Only eat it after workouts. Basmati rice and brown rice is lower GI and is better for sustained energy, but white rice tends to affect insulin levels more. This is why it is perfect post-workout, when the insulin release will 'shuttle' the nutrients to your muscles. Any other time of day, insulin can store excess high glycemic/GI carbs as bodyfat
    Let me just throw this out there, how do you explain that many Asian diets are heavy on white rice yet the majority of Asians are lean?
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    Originally Posted by Rippd
    Let me just throw this out there, how do you explain that many Asian diets are heavy on white rice yet the majority of Asians are lean?
    The majority of Asians eat Basmati rice, the grain is of a more solid molecular structure which makes it lower GI.
    Western white rice tends to be bleached with the husk removed, raising the GI.
    Chinese people are in fact the slimmest people on earth, but we dip all their low-fat healthy fish and meat into batter, increasing the calories ten-fold.
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    Its overall calories bro and the types of foods u eat, rice will not make u fat, Eating more then u burn will make u put on weight
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    Originally Posted by Max Protein
    The majority of Asians eat Basmati rice, the grain is of a more solid molecular structure which makes it lower GI.
    Western white rice tends to be bleached with the husk removed, raising the GI.
    Chinese people are in fact the slimmest people on earth, but we dip all their low-fat healthy fish and meat into batter, increasing the calories ten-fold.
    cool, I did not know that.
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    Generally, if you are eating white rice with protein and fats this should slow down the absorption making the high GI kind of irrelevant. I have no problems eating white or brown rice, I just prefer the taste of brown and find it more filling.
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    Originally Posted by Max Protein
    The majority of Asians eat Basmati rice, the grain is of a more solid molecular structure which makes it lower GI.
    Western white rice tends to be bleached with the husk removed, raising the GI.
    Chinese people are in fact the slimmest people on earth, but we dip all their low-fat healthy fish and meat into batter, increasing the calories ten-fold.
    it depends on what part of asia you're talking about. i'm filipino (for the most part), & i never set foot near basmati rice. however, my middle eastern friends seem to thrive on it. my chinese, japanese, & korean friends have any version of the short grain variety, not basmati. parboiled traditional indian rice has a GI of 99. most of the rest of the white rice types (depending on amylose level), parboiled or not, have a collective GI average of about 63, the ranges are widely varying from the low to moderate range, & minor smatterings of types that cross into the high range.

    rippd said it best earlier in the thread,

    "There really is no single food that going to make you fat. There are many factors that determine whether you put on fat or not."

    ^^this is pretty much the long grain & the short grain of it. a food's GI has very little correlation with its lipogenic potential.

    max, i suggest you check out this research-based (as opposed to opinion-based) article i wrote some time ago about the pitfalls of GI, & why i don't put much stock into it at all:

    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...hreadid=283787
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    Originally Posted by Rippd
    Let me just throw this out there, how do you explain that many Asian diets are heavy on white rice yet the majority of Asians are lean?
    They don't get enough proteins. I'm pure Vietnamese, and believe it or not, we don't eat as much meat as you guys may think. Most of the food in our culture is revolved around grains (all carbohydrates). We also usually eat 3 meals a day. In Vietnam (and other SE Asian countries), sources of protein are so expensive that the people can afford only grains.

    When I went to Vietnam for vacation (and Korea as well), I lost 5 lbs just a little over a month. I know it wasn't fat because I ate just as much as before, but I had mostly carbohydrates and little meat.

    Originally Posted by Max Protein
    The majority of Asians eat Basmati rice, the grain is of a more solid molecular structure which makes it lower GI.
    Western white rice tends to be bleached with the husk removed, raising the GI.
    Chinese people are in fact the slimmest people on earth, but we dip all their low-fat healthy fish and meat into batter, increasing the calories ten-fold.
    bump on what alan said. about the chinese people part...I'm not so sure about that. I thought the Japanese are, since they do have the lowest BMI I believe
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    Thats great info on the GI Alan. Thanks!
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    Thanks for the great info Kababayan Alan. hehe now im enlightened because i already cut eating our traditional white rice here in the Philippines and switch to brown rice for the lower G.I. because i am really confuse of this. Thanks mate for the great info!
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    if so im gonna get fat fast... chipotle uses white rice and chipotle is da bomb..i wish they were open 24/7 so at 3 in the morning i could go get one mmmmmmm

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    Originally Posted by alan aragon View Post
    it depends on what part of asia you're talking about. i'm filipino (for the most part), & i never set foot near basmati rice. however, my middle eastern friends seem to thrive on it. my chinese, japanese, & korean friends have any version of the short grain variety, not basmati. parboiled traditional indian rice has a GI of 99. most of the rest of the white rice types (depending on amylose level), parboiled or not, have a collective GI average of about 63, the ranges are widely varying from the low to moderate range, & minor smatterings of types that cross into the high range.

    rippd said it best earlier in the thread,

    "There really is no single food that going to make you fat. There are many factors that determine whether you put on fat or not."

    ^^this is pretty much the long grain & the short grain of it. a food's GI has very little correlation with its lipogenic potential.

    max, i suggest you check out this research-based (as opposed to opinion-based) article i wrote some time ago about the pitfalls of GI, & why i don't put much stock into it at all:

    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...hreadid=283787
    Since someone already bumped the crap out of this 5 year old thread. Alan I didn't read your article but is your argument the same as is being made today that GI is altered when you introduce protein/fats to carbs and is therefore unreliable for these purposes? Or is your argument based on other problems regarding GI?
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    Originally Posted by Rippd View Post
    Let me just throw this out there, how do you explain that many Asian diets are heavy on white rice yet the majority of Asians are lean?
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    Originally Posted by RedSoxfan1978 View Post
    This may seem like a stupid question. But will white rice make you fat?
    I eat a lot of it lately. Rice and chicken, rice and pork, rice with soup, with tuna etc. I usually use 1 cup to go with whatever Im making. Not every day but at least 4 times a week.
    Its Kraft Complete Minute rice. White rice that is. I noticed it has 36g of carbs.
    That worries me being a newbie. I dont know what to believe about carbs.
    I stay full for a long time eating like this. So I tend to eat less.

    Any advice would be a great help to me. Thanks in advance.
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    OMGZ its teh simpul carbz! RUN!!!1
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    Hey if I worked out at night a few hours before I went to bed should I still eat some white rice before bed?
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    Originally Posted by LotusSkull View Post
    Hey if I worked out at night a few hours before I went to bed should I still eat some white rice before bed?
    Why did you bump a 2004 thread?

    1) you don't need a PWO meal
    2) you don't need carbs PWO or "fast digesting" carbs
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    Originally Posted by Max Protein View Post
    The majority of Asians eat Basmati rice, the grain is of a more solid molecular structure which makes it lower GI.
    Western white rice tends to be bleached with the husk removed, raising the GI.
    Chinese people are in fact the slimmest people on earth, but we dip all their low-fat healthy fish and meat into batter, increasing the calories ten-fold.
    I can confirm I am Korean.. But!! Many also use regular white rice ESP in restaurants.. It doesn't matter... I doubt the specs are too far apart that it would not matter
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    It's really crazy to think that the time between the 2004-2009 bump is the same as the time between the 2009 bump and now.
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    Originally Posted by MrBillson View Post
    It's really crazy to think that the time between the 2004-2009 bump is the same as the time between the 2009 bump and now.
    This thread is a time machine.

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