However, what most people don't know is the danger surrounding improperly cooked rice. This is because improperly cooked rice contains arsenic which interferes with the human productive system. Arsenic is toxic harmful to human health and has led to higher incidences of fibroids today.
Arsenic lowers progesterone levels and impairs ovulation. When ovulation stops it would cause a lot of problems. Eventually, continuous consumption could lead to death.
Improperly cooked rice also causes appendices. This has been a major health challenge in recent times causing many deaths.
To prevent these, experts recommend that the rice should be soaked overnight in water to make it soft. The ratio of the mixture should be 5:1. For every cup of rice, add 5 cups of water and soak for at least 8 hours.
We must eat properly cooked meals especially rice because it can easily kill you without your knowledge. Thank you for reading. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.
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