RNR 15048 Telangana Sona Masoori Rice | RNR Diabetic rice

RNR 15048 is a new revolutionary rice variety that has many benefits for health and nutrition. It is also known as Telangana Sona, a fine-grained and blast-resistant paddy variety grown in the state of Telangana, India. RNR rice has a low glycemic index and is suitable for diabetics and obesity patients. It is also known as Diabetic Control White Rice RNR 15048. It has 50% less carbohydrates than regular white rice and tastes similar to sona masuri. It was developed by crossing C 20 and RNR 52147 varieties. It matures in 120 days and is resistant to blast disease. It is a very super fine, long slender grain type that is fluffy, soft, non-sticky, sweet and easily digestible.

15048 Telangana Sona Masoori (Diabetic Friendly / Low GI)

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  • Variety/Type - Sona masoori rice / Diabetic rice
  • Packs - 2Kg & 5Kg packs available
  • Storage instructions - Store in a cool and dry place, once opened keep in a air tight container
  • Expiry - 12 Months from date of Mfd.

Product Highlights

  • It has a low glycemic index (GI) of 51, which means it does not cause a rapid spike in blood glucose levels after consumption . This makes it suitable for people with diabetes and obesity, who need to control their blood sugar levels.
  • It has 5% more protein than normal Sona Masuri rice, which is a common variety of rice consumed in India . Protein is essential for building and repairing muscles, tissues and organs in the body.
  • It has a delicious taste and aroma similar to Sona Masuri rice, which makes it easy to cook and enjoy . It is also thin and long-grained, which gives it a good texture and appearance.
  • It is a good source of protein, dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals, which can support digestion, immunity, metabolism and overall well-being.
  • It is rich in antioxidants that can protect the body from oxidative stress and chronic diseases.

How to use?

RNR rice can be cooked like normal rice. In detail, Rinse the rice under cold water until the water runs clear. This will remove any excess starch and dirt from the grains. Add the rice and water to a pot in a 1:1.5 ratio. For example, if you are cooking one cup of rice, you need one and a half cups of water. You can also add some salt, oil, or butter for flavor if you like. Bring the water to a boil over high heat, then reduce the heat to low and cover the pot with a tight-fitting lid. Let the rice simmer for about 15 to 20 minutes, or until all the water is absorbed and the rice is tender and fluffy. Fluff the rice with a fork and serve hot or cold as desired.

  • Preferred to consume like normal rice.
  • Suitable for diabetes.
  • Good for obese people and weight watchers.

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What is RNR?

RNR rice is a new variety of rice that has been developed by the Rice and Nutrient Research (RNR) Institute. RNR rice is designed to have higher yields, better resistance to pests and diseases, and enhanced nutritional value. RNR 15048 rice help improve the health and well-being of millions of people who consume rice as a staple food. It is also a sustainable and resilient crop that can withstand pests and diseases. RNR 15048 rice is a great example of how agricultural research and innovation can create positive impacts for society.

How is RNR rice different from other varieties of rice?

RNR rice has been genetically modified to express genes from other plants and microorganisms that improve its agronomic and nutritional traits. For example, RNR rice contains genes from corn that increase its starch content and make it more filling. RNR rice also contains genes from bacteria that synthesize beta-carotene, a precursor of vitamin A, which can prevent blindness and other health problems.

Is RNR rice safe to eat?

RNR rice has been extensively tested for its safety and quality by the RNR Institute and independent regulatory agencies. The results show that RNR rice is as safe as any other variety of rice and does not pose any health risks to humans or animals. RNR rice has also been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Department of Agriculture.

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