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Does brown rice contain estrogen? 

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Therefore, it is likely that germinated brown rice will become a popular health food.

Consumption of brown rice is associated with reduced risk of chronic diseases, which might be attributed to the presence of unique phytochemicals.

Present investigation could be significant to introduce brown rice as functional foods and to increase awareness about health benefits of whole grain.

These results indicate that the cultivation methods do significantly alter the γ-oryzanol content for conventional and organic brown rice.

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.

In addition, the increment of the iodine-stained area indicates that the kernel structure of brown rice is substantially affected by plasma.