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12 Amazing benefits of Black Kavuni Rice

Black Kavuni Rice.

This rice has several names like Black rice, Karuppu kavuni arisi, Forbidden rice, Emperor’s rice, etc. This rice in olden times was eaten only by Emperors and Royalty. It was forbidden for the common folk. Nowadays we live in a time and age where all of us can partake of this amazing grain that is overflowing with nutrients

We are listing below the 12 amazing health benefits of Black Kavuni rice

  1. Obesity reductionobesity
    In these times of fast food and unhealthy eating habits Obesity is one of the biggest challenges that many are dealing with. If not attended to  obesity leads to many other diseases.Black rice is rich in protein and fiber, and so makes us feel full and reduces our appetite. This naturally aids in promoting weight loss. Further studies and research on animals have proved that anthocyanin present in the husk of this grain greatly aids in the reduction of body weight.
  2. Slows down ageing:ageing
    Black Rice is high in several antioxidants when compared to all other common rice varieties. It protects our cells and tissues from damage and thus helps to slow down ageing
  3. Cancer fighter:cancer-fight
    A review of population-based studies found that a higher intake of anthocyanin-rich foods was associated with a lower risk of colorectal cancer.

    Furthermore, a test-tube study found that anthocyanins from black rice reduced the number of human breast cancer cells, as well as slowed their growth and ability to spread.
  4. Diabetes control: diabetes-control
    Due to its rich fiber content, which takes longer to digest, sugar is released slowly in the body and for a longer period. This prevents the sudden boost of blood sugar levels when compared to white rice. So Black Rice prevents the spiking of insulin levels and makes it suitable for diabetic patients and prevents Type-2 diabetes.
  5. Heart Healthheart-health
    Anthocyanin in Black Kavuni rice aids in reducing cholesterol levels. Black rice reduces LDL and triglycerides. Plaque build-up clogs the arteries and leads to problems like stroke, coronary artery disease, peripheral artery disease, kidney problems. Consuming black rice regularly has proven to reduce atherosclerotic plaque build-up. Keep your heart healthy by consuming Black rice.
  6. Cures Asthma & Reduces Inflammationinflammation-img
    Studies show that the black rice extract has proven to reduce chronic inflammation, edema and works wonders in suppressing allergies. Anthocyanin has proved to prevent and reduce asthmatic attacks. As black rice has anti-inflammatory properties, it reduces the inflammation of the airways and mucus hypersecretion associated with respiratory diseases.
  7. Regulates BPblood-pressure
    The dietary fiber present in Black rice reduces lipid levels and maintains blood pressure to be normal
  8. Eye Healtheye-health
    Overall eye health is improved by using Black Rice, studies prove that anthocyanins are highly effective in preventing and reducing retinal damage.
  9. Helps improve Brain functionsbrain-functions
    Studies have proved that long-term use of anthocyanin-rich food improves cognitive ability by reducing oxidative stress thereby maintaining healthy brain functioning. Research is still being conducted to prove that Black rice can also prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
  10. Improves digestive healthdigestive-system
    As whole grain rice, Black rice is rich in dietary fiber that naturally improves the digestive health of our gut. 
  11. High Protein Contentprotein-img
    Forbidden rice is rich in protein content when compared to all other types of rice. This adds extra benefit to vegetarians, as black rice becomes a good source of protein to our diet. Protein becomes an important part of our diet to build and repair tissues.
  12. Improves Lipid Profile: Black rice can reduce high cholesterol and triglyceride levels in the blood. The presence of tocopherols and tocotrienols exhibit a protective action on the blood lipid profile. Tocotrienols present in black rice suppress the action of an enzyme involved in the production of cholesterol.

Black Rice -  Let’Live Products

Let’sLive procures black rice from its farmers directly. The produce is carefully stored after harvest and sent to our customers after the due testing. No preservatives are used in our storage. As and when orders are received, the product is cleaned and sent to the customers directly. Our technically qualified team coaches and transfers advanced technology to our farmers to better utilize resources and save the environment from unnecessary wastage. 

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Nutritional value of Black Rice
Nutrition value per 100g

Name Amount Unit
Energy 356 kcal
Protein 8.89 g
Total lipid (fat) 3.33 g
Carbohydrate 75.56 g
Fiber, total dietery 2.2 g
Sugars 0 g
Calcium 0 g
Iron 2.4 g
Sodium 0 g
Vitamin C 0 g
Vitamin A 0 g
Fatty acids, total saturated 0 g
Fatty acids, total trans 0 g
Cholestrol 0 mg


About Let’sLive

Let’sLive is a social empowerment enterprise committed to enhancing and improving the livelihoods of tribal and farming communities. We work directly with small-scale farmers so that our customers can get access to products that are natural, pristine, and picked from the lap of nature. We encourage and provide advice for practicing ethical farming and eco-friendly methods to all those who partner with us.

At Let’sLive we are passionate about bringing in 100% all-natural and healthy products directly from the farming and tribal communities to your doorstep like Pure Raw Honey, Traditional varieties of rice, etc. We want our consumers to enjoy and have direct access to the products that are pristine and picked directly from the lap of nature. The mandates by which we operate are:
* Value every life around us by encouraging ethical farming
* Leverage local knowledge and promote legacy harvesting practices with high hygienic standards
* No preservatives or artificial processing on any of our products
* Each product can be traced back to its origins and the people involved in its making
* Educate consumers on the importance of consuming rich and natural local produce


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