Here's why you should stock up on long-term storable

Organic Brown Rice Mini-Buckets!

A popular staple food in many countries, brown rice is considered one of the world’s healthiest grains. In fact, a study that appeared in the American-Eurasian Journal of Agronomy described brown rice as one of the healthiest and most nutritious rice varieties on the planet. Packed with a wide range of essential nutrients, it is also one of the best natural sources of ready-to-use energy. The only downside to brown rice is that it has a tendency to absorb heavy metals from the soil, which is why it is important to get your brown rice only from a clean and reliable source.

The Brighteon Store has gone to great lengths to acquire an extremely clean lot of Health Ranger Select Organic Brown Rice, which we have packaged in convenient 72oz long-term storable mini-buckets. An ideal survival food, our ultra-clean, short-grain brown rice provides the full nutritional benefits of brown rice without any chemical additives. It is grown under strict organic standards by our trusted suppliers and has not undergone any processing.


Health Ranger Select Organic Brown Rice is non-GMO, non-China and certified Kosher and organic. It is also extensively lab tested for glyphosate, heavy metals and microbiology to ensure cleanliness and purity. We only have a limited quantity of organic brown rice mini-buckets available, so stock up on organic brown rice while supplies last.

Organic brown rice**

Also known as whole grain rice, organic brown rice is derived from the Oryza sativa plant. It is a popular staple food in many countries and is commonly found in Asian cuisine.


What makes brown rice one of the world's healthiest rice varieties is the fact that it undergoes minimal processing. Since only the inedible hull of the rice kernel is removed from brown rice, it retains the bran and germ portions, which contain most of brown rice's fiber and nutrient content.


According to a comparative study that appeared in the International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, brown rice contains higher levels of dietary fiber, protein, magnesium, selenium, polyphenols and other nutrients than refined rice. A separate study published in the Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences also found that brown rice is loaded with powerful antioxidants that can help protect your body from free radical damage and support good overall health.

Why is brown rice such an excellent survival food?**

As a staple food in many countries around the globe, brown rice is a remarkable source of dietary fiber, protein, complex carbohydrates and essential vitamins and minerals, such as calcium, iron, potassium, manganese, magnesium, copper, phosphorus, zinc, selenium and vitamins B1, B3, B6, E and K. This means that brown rice provides a convenient way to get a wide variety of important nutrients, especially in a survival scenario.


To cook brown rice, the only things you need are water, a pot and a source of heat. This makes it incredibly easy to prepare, even with limited resources. Brown rice also goes well with most other superfoods in your survival stockpile and makes an excellent base for healthy meals.


In order to maximize the shelf life of brown rice, store it in an airtight container and place it in a cool, dark and dry area. This will allow your brown rice to last up to six months. Keep it away from direct heat and moisture. Brown rice can last approximately 12 to 16 months when stored in a refrigerator and up to two years when stored in a freezer.


Brown rice definitely deserves a place in your survival pantry, which is why we've packaged our Health Ranger Select Organic Brown Rice in durable and convenient 72oz mini-buckets for long-term storage.


Brown rice vs. white rice**

Both brown rice and white rice come from the same plant. However, they are processed differently, which results in notable differences between the two varieties. White rice is refined, polished and has its hull, bran and germ removed. This type of processing practically strips away most of its nutritional content. In contrast, brown rice is left unrefined and only has its inedible husk removed, leaving the nutrient-dense bran and germ portions fully intact.

Brown rice

White rice

  • Unrefined and unpolished
  • Has a lower glycemic index rating than white rice
  • Firmer and chewier texture
  • Nuttier flavor
  • Contains plenty of dietary fiber, antioxidants and other nutrients
  • Contains 10x more vitamin B6
  • Contains 4x more vitamin B1
  • Contains 3x more vitamin B3
  • Contains 2.5x more iron
  • Refined and polished
  • Has a higher glycemic index than brown rice
  • Has a softer and more delicate texture
  • Milder flavor
  • Minimal nutritional value

Health benefits of brown rice**

Supports healthy

cognitive function

Supports healthy

cardiovascular function

Supports healthy

digestive function

A study that appeared in the journal BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine reported that regular consumption of brown rice can help support optimal cognitive function. This is due to brown rice's high levels of essential nutrients that are important for healthy brain function, such as magnesium, manganese, vitamin E and B-vitamins.

Brown rice is packed with dietary fiber, potassium, selenium and other heart-healthy nutrients. It is also a low-glycemic food that contains gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) and plant sterols. These nutrients in brown rice can help you maintain healthy blood sugar and cholesterol levels that are already within the normal range.   

Brown rice contains high levels of dietary fiber, which can support a healthy gut flora, optimal digestive function and regular bowel movement. Brown rice is also rich in manganese, a nutrient that supports optimal nutrient absorption and the healthy production of digestive enzymes.

Supports healthy

immune function

Supports healthy

nerve function

Brown rice contains plenty of immune-supporting nutrients, such as iron, manganese, selenium and powerful phenolic acids and antioxidants. These potent antioxidants help protect healthy cells from oxidative stress and support your body's natural immune defenses.

Brown rice is loaded with vitamins and minerals that are necessary for maintaining healthy nervous system function. These include magnesium, manganese and B vitamins. Additionally, brown rice is packed with potent antioxidants that can help protect nerve cells from free radical damage.

Supports healthy,

glowing skin

Supports reasonable weight management plans

Supports healthy

energy levels

Brown rice is loaded with powerful antioxidants, such as anthocyanins, proanthocyanidins, tocotrienols, tocopherols, phenolic acids and ferulic acid. These antioxidants can protect your skin from oxidative stress and support its healthy functions.

Brown rice contains high levels of dietary fiber, which can naturally curb your appetite by supporting satiety. This makes brown rice an ideal tool for achieving sensible weight management goals, especially when paired with regular exercise and a well-balanced diet. Additionally, brown rice contains plenty of manganese, a nutrient that supports a healthy metabolism.

As a great source of complex carbohydrates, brown rice can provide you with longer-lasting energy than foods that contain simple carbs. According to a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, brown rice contains high levels of protein, fiber, manganese, thiamin and other nutrients that support your body's natural energy production.


How to make your own DIY brown rice salad**

Ingredients:

Directions:

  1. Combine all the ingredients in a large bowl.
  2. Thoroughly mix all the ingredients together.
  3. Serve and enjoy!

Other ways to use brown rice**

An excellent base for nearly any meal, cooked brown rice has light and fluffy grains with a rich, chewy texture and a slightly nutty flavor. You can use brown rice as a healthy alternative to regular white rice. Eat it on its own or alongside savory dishes. It perfectly complements most other superfoods. You can also use it in various recipes, such as grain bowls, soups, stews, salads, pastas, energy bars, rice puddings, curries and other rice dishes.

Why choose Health Ranger SelectOrganic Brown Rice?**

It is lab verified for cleanliness and purity

It is certified organic and non-GMO

It is a low-glycemic food

Due to its tendency to absorb heavy metals from the soil, brown rice is often contaminated with lead, arsenic and other heavy metals. However, our organic brown rice is rigorously lab tested for glyphosate, heavy metals and microbiology to ensure its quality and purity.

You can trust that our brown rice is not genetically modified and contains zero chemical additives. It is grown under strict organic standards by our trusted suppliers, who are committed to producing only the finest quality organic brown rice.

The low glycemic index of our premium organic brown rice means that it can help you maintain healthy blood sugar levels that are already within the normal range. This also makes it an excellent addition to a well-balanced diet and an excellent alternative to white rice.

Organic Brown Rice Mini-Bucket isBACK IN STOCK at the Brighteon Store!**

After extensive searching and lab testing, the Brighteon Store has finally acquired a rare, clean lot of Health Ranger Select Organic Brown Rice. Available in durable and convenient 72oz long-term storable mini-buckets, our ultra-clean, short-grain brown rice is packed with nutrients and deserves a place in your survival pantry.


Health Ranger Select Organic Brown Rice is grown under strict organic standards by our trusted suppliers and thoroughly lab tested for glyphosate, heavy metals and microbiology. It is also non-GMO, non-China and certified Kosher and organic. Supplies are strictly limited, so stock up on organic brown rice while supplies last.

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**These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to treat, cure or diagnose any diseases.

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