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Telangana Sona is a superfine thin and long grained rice which has a wonderful aroma when cooked. It has higher protein and 50% lesser carbohydrate than regular white rice. Telangana Sona has a distinct rich flavor which complements and enhances the taste of curries.
Telangana Sona variety of rice has been developed through years of research with the objective of providing consumer a healthy and nutritious diet which takes care of their protein and energy needs whereas at the same time reduce the glycemic index. Telangana Sona is not only good for diabetic’s; it is a great dietary choice for all those who seek to have a healthy and energetic lifestyle.
Rice lovers can now indulge in their favourite cereal, fully assured that the rice they are eating is beneficial for their health and wellbeing when they have regular traditional rice-based meals.
People all over India are fast adopting Telangana Sona as their staple, the rice is in demand in other countries and is being exported to the Middle east, America and Europe.
What is Glycemic Index ?
The glycemic index (GI) is a value used to measure how much specific foods increase blood sugar levels. The lower the GI of a specific food, the lesser it’s adverse effect on your blood sugar levels, consumption of foods with a high GI leads to a spike in your bold sugar levels.
Foods with a GI of less than 55 are categorized as foods having a low GI all over the world. Telangana Sona variety of rice has a low glycemic index of 51.5 per cent as compared to the normal Sona Massori variety which has a GI of 72.
Basmati rice is considered to have the lowest GI among all the varieties of rice, at a GI of 50 to 58 but it is prohibitively expensive. Consumers now have the choice to get all the benefits of a low Glycemic Index rice with a range of other benefits like higher protein, carbohydrates, energy and vitamin B3 at affordable prices by consuming Telangana Sona super fine variety of rice. Research has shown that regular consumption of Telangana Sona for three months reduced the glycosylated haemoglobin (HbA1c) levels in diabetics