How Rice Can Cause Cancer (And How to Avoid This)

The use of pesticides and industrial contaminants in the past are still affecting us today. Parents are being advised in a preventative measure in order to ensure the chemical arsenic is not being fed to their children along with the rice at dinner.

British research scientists warn that rice is being grown where contaminants were used in the past. The poison arsenic is found in trace amounts in the rice as a result. However, there is good news. There is a method of cooking that can remove the traces and ensure the rice is safe for consumption by children. That cooking method?

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