Is Jasmine Rice Healthy?

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Jasmine rice can be considered a healthy food. It aids in the digestion process by ridding the GI tract of food. Since jasmine rice contains vitamins and minerals it can be beneficial to skin health. Jasmine rice also provides the body with complex carbohydrates giving your body quick energy. It also has no sodium and is low fat.
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Rice Jasmine - Rice
calories
160
Nutrition Grade
B-
Nutrition Facts
Total Carbohydrates 36g
80%
Protein 3g
7%
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