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What are various benefits of red rice over white rice.

Red yeast rice (RYR) is the product of yeast ( Monascus purpureus ) grown on rice, and is served as a dietary staple in some Asian countries. It contains several compounds collectively known as Monacolins, substances known to inhibit cholesterol synthesis.
Red yeast rice extract (RYRE) has been sold as a natural cholesterol-lowering agent in over the counter supplements, such as CholestinTM(Pharmanex, Inc).
Red rice yeast (red yeast rice) has been used in Chinese traditional medicine for centuries to help blood circulation and ease stomach problems. It is made by growing red yeast on white rice, and then powdering it.
Monocolins, the active compounds in natural red yeast rice, convert into a specialized enzyme during digestion. This enzyme inhibits the production of cholesterol.
Cholesterol Effects
Lovastatin is the primary active monocolin in red yeast rice, and it has been repeatedly proven to reduce total cholesterol. Isolated lovastatin is now used as an FDA-approved prescription drug.

Benefits of Red Rice

– Red rice yeast has been proven to lower levels of bad cholesterol in the blood.
– Red rice yeast has been proven in a number of research studies to help lower high levels of triglycerides in the blood.
– Studies have shown that red yeast rice may offer some benefits for people with diabetes and hypoglycemia.
– Early clinical trials have indicated that red yeast rice may help to reduce the risk and severity of coronary heart disease.

Possible Side Effects of Red Rice Yeast

The side effects of red rice yeast are rare and generally mild, but lovastatin has raised some concerns about compromised liver function. In addition, doctors and nutritionists advise that those who are taking statin drugs or other drugs to lower cholesterol levels should discuss the possibility of using red rice yeast as an alternative to conventional drug therapy rather than in addition to it.

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