Viral in the past about the strange habit of eating raw rice. We often also know that most of the people who like to eat raw rice are pregnant mothers, but there are also people who are not pregnant.
We always know that light snacks are shaped like crackers or chips, but for some people, light snacks for them are raw rice. However, every diet has an effect as well.
Raw rice is good to chew but dangerous for health
Rice is a mandatory ingredient for most countries in the world. This staple food has become an additional synonym for Asian countries that often eat rice as their main food.
But usually people will eat rice instead of rice. Yes, two different things because rice is made from steamed rice. For those who often make raw rice as a snack need to know that it can increase the risk of food poisoning.
According to the healthline partnership, consumption of raw rice has been linked as a factor in several health problems. This is because raw rice contains harmful bacteria such as Bacillus Cereus. Studies have also found that bacteria Bacillus Cereus this is found in rice samples in most commercial rice.
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This bacteria is always found in the soil and can contaminate raw rice. This spore-shaped bacteria can continue to live for a long time because it protects itself with a ‘shield’ due to its shape.
However, you should not be afraid to eat rice because of this bacteria that is contained in most rice. This bacteria can be killed if cooked and the right way to store rice to prevent the reproduction of this bacteria.
The average patient from food poisoning from eating raw rice will often experience nausea, vomiting, stomach cramps or diarrhea within 15 to 30 minutes. So for all of you, make sure not to be too greedy and negligent in terms of nutrition because we are afraid that what we often think is harmless will pose a risk to ourselves.
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