150 ring road rajkot, 150 Feet Ring Road, Gujarat - 360004, India
Soham Overseas is a reliable and trusted Indian rice suppliers. Basmati rice comes in two varieties, brown and white. Both have a nutty taste and a distinct smell. When basmati, however, is more processed. The bran, hull, and germ are all removed. With brown basmati, only the hull gets removed. Both types make delicious and healthy additions to your diet.
White and brown basmati rice provides amazing health benefits. Some are as follows:
Most types of rice, mainly white rice have a high glycaemic index, basmati rice is much lower on the scale. With a glycaemic index between 50-58, basmati rice is low to medium glycaemic index food. If you have diabetes, small portions of basmati rice can be a part of your healthy diet.
Adding to a lower glycaemic index, basmati rice can also contain a significant amount of fibre just to be sure to check the nutrition label. A higher intake of dietary fibre can help to reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Low fibre intake can lead to digestive issues like constipation. The fibre in basmati rice is soluble, meaning it adds bulk and helps moves waste along the digestive tract.
Better Heart Health
Eating whole grains like brown basmati rice is linked to a lower risk of heart disease. Whole grains help to reduce blood cholesterol level. They also help to reduce the risk of high blood pressure, a risk factor for heart disease.
Therefore choose us and get our products delivered to your doorstep.
We offer Basmati Rice that is grown in the famous rice belt of India and has no additives or preservatives added to it. This product offered by us is popular across the globe for the quality in terms of long grains, aroma and taste. We supply this in bulk at attractive prices. This rice is offered in a variety of measures in adequate packs
Soham Overseas is the best non-basmati rice manufacturers, exporters and suppliers in Gujarat. Parboiled rice is a kind of rice that is pre-cooked or been boiled partially. Parboiling involves soaking the rice, steaming it and then drying. Parboiling of rice makes it richer in a nutrient that normal white rice doesn’t