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    Is rice ok?

    Since there is NO long term studies done on high fat diets and no long term studies done on "real" carb diets, I think it's best of both worlds to incorporate both. In all of the studies, the participants weren't monitored 24/7....this means they could've lied and skewed the data. One thing common that all these diets mention to avoid is processed food (which includes simple sugars).

    Therefore, is it okay to eat 1 cup of brown rice for lunch and dinner?

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    It would be much wiser to choose sweet potatoes as a carb source, as they are far more nutrient-dense. If you prefer rice (or you're poor, like me ), choose white over brown. That way you don't get any of the nasty stuff (phytates, lectins, etc.).

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    Asians have a pancreas that's 50% bigger than everyone else's. They process rice a lot better for that reason. Hopefully, you're asian.

    And +1 on white vs brown unless you're going all WAPF on it.

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    I just don't understand how the people of Okinawa can eat large quantities of rice (I think it might be white rice) and do not have inflammation. These centurions also do not like sweets, maybe that is why they live long. Maybe there is certain types of grains that are bad like wheat while some that are good in moderation like rice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gordo View Post
    Asians have a pancreas that's 50% bigger than everyone else's. They process rice a lot better for that reason. Hopefully, you're asian.

    And +1 on white vs brown unless you're going all WAPF on it.

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    That 50% larger pancrease thing isn't true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kurite View Post
    That 50% larger pancrease thing isn't true.
    Well, I'm pretty certain that I got it from Michael Pollan. I don't have the book here, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwok86 View Post
    Since there is NO long term studies done on high fat diets and no long term studies done on "real" carb diets, I think it's best of both worlds to incorporate both. In all of the studies, the participants weren't monitored 24/7....this means they could've lied and skewed the data. One thing common that all these diets mention to avoid is processed food (which includes simple sugars).

    Therefore, is it okay to eat 1 cup of brown rice for lunch and dinner?
    How about you read the book and learn the science? In a nutshell: NO, RICE IS NOT OKAY. It's a GRAIN. Humans are NOT designed to eat grains. Clear enough?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mwok86 View Post
    I just don't understand how the people of Okinawa can eat large quantities of rice (I think it might be white rice) and do not have inflammation. These centurions also do not like sweets, maybe that is why they live long. Maybe there is certain types of grains that are bad like wheat while some that are good in moderation like rice.
    They don't each much rice. They eat mostly tubers for starch. Two cups of rice a day is not low carb. WHITE rice is OK as part of a low carb diet, but you're not primal if you go over 150g carbs per day. You need to keep up your protein. You can have a small amount of carbs. The rest of your calorie requirements should be met from fats - monounsaturated or saturated with only the minimal unsaturated fats (you'll get enough of these anyhow). If you don't follow this you're not primal and wasting our time by asking if its OK

    Why are you here if you don't want to do this? You keep asking questions that say you don't believe. Fine, find another way
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    You can eat whatever you want, and think however you want to think, but rice is not one of the components of The Primal Blueprint. So if you think rice is fine and you want to eat it, perhaps try another eating plan like Perfect Health Diet, but not Primal Blueprint.

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