Rice Milk is one of the many milk alternatives now available in our supermarkets. Made from boiled rice, brown rice syrup and brown rice starch, Rice Milk is a common substitute for vegans, vegetarians and for people who need to avoid dairy. Today we delve more deeply into this sweet beverage and find out what else Rice Milk brings to the table.
5 Food Facts: Rice Milk
- Rice Milk is a healthy choice if have food intolerances being a naturally sweet drink free from lactose, gluten and animal products.
- Rice Milk is good for your heart, being low in saturated fat and proven to reduce your blood’s cholesterol.
- Rice Milk is often fortified with calcium and Vitamin D, helping you maintain your daily intake for optimal bone health. Be sure to check the label of your Rice Milk, as the percentage of calcium can vary widely between brands.
- Rice Milk is a superior source of B vitamins, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, and manganese, giving you a great mineral hit, an immune boost and an antioxidant kick!
- Rice Milk is packed with carbohydrates, making it an excellent choice for a mid-afternoon drink when your energy levels need a boost!
5 Fun Facts: Rice Milk
- Out of the entire range of milk products and alternatives, Rice Milk is the least likely to trigger an allergic reaction.
- About 1/3 cup of brown rice makes three cups of Rice Milk and only takes a few minutes to whip up at home with its ingredients being found in most cupboards!
- Rice Milk can even be used to make delicious ice-cream!
- Rice Milk is naturally sweetened by an enzymatic process, where the carbohydrates are broken down into sugars
- Low in protein, Rice Milk will not foam in your cappuccino! In cow’s milk, it is the protein content that reacts with the heat, and in turn captures the bubbles for your frothy coffee crème!
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