Try Doing This 1 Thing to Your RICE…Here’s How It Can Heal Your Body! Dr. Mandell

How does rice become resistant starch?
The cooling of rice after cooking causes retrogradation of starch, which becomes a non-absorbable product in the human digestive tract.
As the fibers ferment they act as a prebiotic and feed the good bacteria in the gut. There are many health benefits which I will review in this video. Dr. Mandell

Please subscribe so you and your family can stay healthy and happy.

Please share this video with your friends and family. Wishing you and your family many Blessings! ❤️😊🙏 Dr M

Make sure you like us on facebook:


Dave McKinnon

  • @Charlotte-wx3xr8hh3g says:

    *Thank you for your great videos that you always upload ❤. Hope you and your family are well* 🦋✨ …

  • @Lyana_your_dream_come_true says:

    The hard work you put into your videos is evident. Keep it up!

  • @EmilioAccordions says:

    I soak my rice at least six hours before cooking.

  • @marlysgoodyear7970 says:

    Dr. Mandell, you are so amazing! I share your video’s with my family. Your kindness astounds me. A God given gift.

    • @tgreaner says:

      Hopefully your family is more intelligent than you and ignores your “sharing”. He’s not a god given gift, he’s an abomination with a “cure” for everything and anything with no proof of any of his recommendations.

    • @ChrisE-xy4wv says:

      I am afraid there’s too much scamming going on. The Dr. Mandell mentioned someone was using his name pretending to be him, I wonder how that paned out?

  • @hmouli8 says:

    Thank You Dr Mandell for always giving useful info .. keep up the good work.

  • @anngo1840 says:

    Wow, my husband has complained about putting the rice in the fridge overnight. Now I have the sciencetific proof to tell him I’m doing the good thing for him. Thank you

  • @MeAndMyJam says:

    Big help for diabetics. Big thanks Doc!

    • @angelalaskodi3459 says:

      There have been diabetics posting saying that it still gives them high blood sugar.

    • @prebenRiisSrensen says:

      @@angelalaskodi3459 Of course – a few percent lower carbohydrate don’t move mountains. Rice can only be eaten if you start hard work after the meal.

  • @juliochingaling5824 says:

    Excellent video Doc, I love my rice, so now I have a better way to enjoy it. God bless you and ur family.

  • @sparkle6093 says:

    For years I have been batch cooking rice, separating it into portions and freezing it. 2-3 minutes into the microwave when I need it. Definitely tastes better too.

  • @Note-dy6yd says:

    Thank you Dr. Mandell,. On YouTube, there are many discussions regarding a carnivorous diet. Some of them are extreme and won’t support rice in any way. Chinese and Vietnamese and Indian eat rice and yet maintain their shape.

  • @catpaws007 says:

    Wow this video couldn’t have come at a better time! Been loving jasmine rice with my recipes lately and been mixing quinoa with it so im not eating so much rice at once. Been trying to maintain a heart-healthy diet because I have high cholesterol. No meds since I was breastfeeding recently.

    • @caroldavenport6749 says:

      May I also add a comment on high cholesterol ? Something most doctors won’t tell you. Stay away from sugar. Not only is it not good for you and addictive. It comes along often with other highly processed garbage.

  • @kevinthompson5827 says:

    Hey Doc I have been looking for something that might help me with my memory. I was wondering if you had anything for that. I’ve been following up with your mucus videos and been sharing them with my friends. I don’t know why but it seems that nearly every one I know has that issue. Thanks for sharing this with me.

  • @donnapollock says:

    I always eat my rice like this. Make it today and eat it tomorrow. I love to fry my rice and it fries better when cooked like this….Thank you Dr. Mandell…

  • @wadetaylor3195 says:

    Doc, I’ve heard this about rice before and got excited, but it was short lived after I saw someone test their fasting blood sugar before eating the rice, following the steps you mentioned, and they had a huge spike. Maybe it’s an individual thing but definitely test, don’t guess!

    • @stevejensen3471 says:

      Well, don’t expect a medical response because he’s a YT chiro like that Berg weasel or roid boy DeLauer – who are all subscriber hoes by design. They are not MD’s nor are they physiological researchers as am I and the crapola they spout needs to be taken with a huge grain of salt and is most often either not substantiated or backed up by some nebulous study from who knows what source or funding and is subject to change as these clowns often do. Meaning what they told you before was in short – wrong – because they’re not experts in any way – they’re salesman – and ther’s a sucker born every minute. Don’t blindly fall for it!

  • @brandyjean7015 says:

    Does this same principle apply to brown rice & wild rice too?

  • @darlenechadwick375 says:

    WOW!😮 I am a pre-diabetic & am dieting to lose weight as well. I have cut rice, which I love, out of my diet because I have heard it is an absolute no-no on the diabetic diet and especially if trying to lose weight! THANK YOU!!! I’m gonna make some rice & have it tomorrow!!! Bless you Doc!!!❤ from a Texas Granny

  • @-16_ says:

    God Bless You Dr M for sharing this great news on rice, I just the other night before bedtime cooked rice for the next evening meal after fridge storage, your so right Dr in not indulging to much on rice, Red Lentils are a great option adding Bay Leaf and touch of turmeric and black pepper and a pinch of celtic salt whatever you desire❤️😋

  • @ConservativeHippyPatriot says:

    That’s great to know. We use a short brown Sprouted Grain Rice most of the time but use white rice too when we don’t want to wait 45 min. We often have extra and put it in the frig for soup or beans the next day – perfect! Thanks Doc!

  • @lucky0n3 says:

    I’m glad that re-heating the rice after refrigeration is even more beneficial, because that was the very thing I had been thinking about the entire video!

  • @kimrunyan5106 says:

    I continue to be amazed that you provide you provide all this valuable information free of charge. You are truly helping to make this world a better place. May God bless you.

  • >