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Can we eat brown rice in tuberculosis? 

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Extracts of brown rice are also used as energy drink in individuals, patients and in treatment of chronic gastric problems, jaundice, dysenteric complaints and to increase lactation and nutrition to Childs.

Moreover, germinated brown rice has been reported to exhibit many physiological effects, including antihyperlipidemia, antihypertension, and the reduction in the risk of some chronic diseases, such as cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and Alzheimer's disease.

This study indicated that a low dose irradiation can maintain microbial safety for ready-to-eat Kimbab , steamed rice rolled by dried laver.

This experiment shows a positive effect of brown rice on growth performance, especially on nutrient digestibility.

Early tuberculosis diagnosis and nutritional support may be important in management of tuberculosis patients.

The germination of brown rice can be used to improve its taste and further enhance its nutritional value and health functions.

Brown rice also has a higher proportion of important bioactive phytochemicals such as hemicelluloses and lignans with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that may benefit health.