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#1 Old 11-27-2010, 11:08 PM
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My brother is having a habit of eating the boiled rice in raw state
three times a day , each time around 20 to 25 grams. Whether
this will affect his hemoglobin and iron levels, in the blood, please
confirm. We have asked him to stop that habit but he is not able
to give up.
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#2 Old 11-28-2010, 09:30 AM
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boiled rice isn't raw. not sure what you're talking about?
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My brother is having a habit of eating the boiled rice in raw state
three times a day , each time around 20 to 25 grams. Whether
this will affect his hemoglobin and iron levels, in the blood, please
confirm. We have asked him to stop that habit but he is not able
to give up.

Like Penny said, if it's boiled... it isn't raw. I'm not sure rice is even digestible in its raw form. And if it is, why would you want to eat it anyway? I'm trying to understand what you're saying. Is that all he is eating? Just a little rice three times per day? In that case, I think it might affect his living levels more than his iron.
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#4 Old 12-01-2010, 06:20 PM
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Rice is of two types before cooking - 1. Raw rice - directly ground from paddy
2. Boiled rice - Paddy is boiled and then kept dry - then it is ground into rice which is called boiled rice

Both of them are cookable
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Nobody said that rice wasn't "cookable."

I am baffled.
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Rice is of two types before cooking - 1. Raw rice - directly ground from paddy
2. Boiled rice - Paddy is boiled and then kept dry - then it is ground into rice which is called boiled rice

Both of them are cookable


ok well.... have you tried looking on a nutrition site to see what is in rice? its not exactly full of iron. does he have a problem with low iron levels? or are you worried that this might cause one?
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I can't see how relevant it is to talk about rice, when you need water and fire to prepare it ..
A clean grain just needs to be smashed for assimilation

http://www.ze-fine-epicerie.com/inde...chk=1&Itemid=2

Check this one, if you have time ..
You might not need too much protein to face a cold winter, if you don't move so much
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I ate raw rice at one time, more as a sort of nervous behavior, plus uncooked spaghetti...didn't do much harm.

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I can't see how relevant it is to talk about rice, when you need water and fire to prepare it ..
A clean grain just needs to be smashed for assimilation

http://www.ze-fine-epicerie.com/inde...chk=1&Itemid=2

Check this one, if you have time ..
You might not need too much protein to face a cold winter, if you don't move so much

um... babelfish translates that product you linked to (Morilles séchées Spéciale sans queue tubo PET) as:

"Morels dried Special without tail tubo FART"

vegetarians are allowed to eat things cooked with water.

and anyway this person claims to be eating the rice raw.

plus- what on earth has the amount of protein in mushrooms got to do with the levels of iron in rice?
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what is this thread i dont even
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I try to avoid unhealthy treatment to me and to others..
My hound did it once but he also took cocoa-cream, and he had a narrow escape as he only got constipation.
Anyway, there must be enough good and appropriate liquid to assimilate food
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come on now- try and keep up! zuenkas dog ate raw rice once, along with -i'm guessing- either cocoa butter moisturiser or squirty chocolate creme in a can, and got blocked up. no real clue about his iron levels though.
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No, I ment my hound ate raw spaghetti once, together with nutella ..
About the amount of iron in rice, I don't want to explain more, as it is still your phisical possibility to assimilate it, and not the amount itself that you find in food that matters ..
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