Lowest glycemic rice / most economical?

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    Lowest glycemic rice / most economical?


    Going to be buying a new big bag of rice. Currently I have Basmati. Would like to get something low glycemic and economical (something I can buy quantity).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakerwil View Post
    Going to be buying a new big bag of rice. Currently I have Basmati. Would like to get something low glycemic and economical (something I can buy quantity).
    Any reason you're avoiding high gi foods?

    Anywhos...Shouldn't really matter unless you're diabetic. Brown rice is a safe bet. You can buy 20 lb bags of it lol. Stays good for years.
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    Avoiding White or Brown does not matter
    GI is bunk because you will never eat a CARB SOURCE BY ITSELF, you are always going to combine it with a fat or protein making it very low and negligable

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    Like everyone else said if you don't have any metabolic diseases restricting you I would do research on flexible dieting and iifym. Obviously research from reputable sources like Layne Norton and 3DMJ. I'm in prep right now and just are a jimmy john sandwich lol. I don't recommend doing that a lot because those macros can vary but you can weigh out your own foods that you enjoy. I've been eating 4 whole grain ego waffles every morning lately for my carbs. Same macros as a cup of oats and no negative changes to my physique have occurred.
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    I think basmati is best
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    Thanks for the information and your opinions guys....
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinJackson View Post
    I think basmati is best
    +1 if its long grain brown. High in fiber, protein (for a rice), lower sugar. Good stuff.
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