Articles & Studies about Arsenic in Rice
Links to Studies
1. Cooking rice in a high water to rice ration to reduce inorganic arsenic content
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>> Study 2
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>> Study 4
2. Different levels of arsenic in rice from different sources
>> Study that showed US/Europe rice averages 2x higher arsenic levels than rice from Asia
Links to relevant articles and information about Arsenic in Rice
1. Business Time's (Singapore) article on Arsenic in Rice
>> Watch that Hidden Poison in Your Rice
2. World Health Organisation
>> Exposure to Arsenic - a major public health concern
>> Arsenic in Rice and Rice Products Risk Assessment Report
4. British Nutrition Foundation
>> Arsenic in rice - is it a cause for concern
LINKS to websites and online articles relevant this video
>> What is Glycemic Index on University of Sydney website
>> How to Measure GI on gisymbol.com
>> Where to find GI Value - The International Glycemic Index Database
>> Understanding GI values on Mayo Clinic website
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