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Will eating raw rice result in jaundice or weight gain. Help?

I AM EATING RAW RICE EVERYDAY ABOUT 3CUPS A DAY.IS IT CAUSE JAUNDICE OR WEIGHT GAIN?I HAVE 2 CHILDREN AND IAM A ITP PATIENT.NOW I AM 25 YEARS OLD AND HAVE 75 KG WEIGHT.I WANT TO GET RID OF THIS HABIT AND WANT TO LOSE MY WEIGHT TO 63KG.COULD YOU PLEASE SUGGEST ME A WAY BECAUSE I AM TOO ASHAMED OF MYSELF TO TELL TO ANT OTHERS
Asked On : Wed, 26 Dec 2012
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Hi and welcome to HCM.
It wont cause any weight gain more than other cookes rice . So weight gain depends on how much calories you take per day and how much you lose. If you eat only rice then you probbaly wont gain weight,but if you eat rice and too much other sugars,fats then you may gain weight. also,it wont cause any liver damages but it is not recommended to eat raw rice since it may have bad effect on digestion adn certain infections may develop.
Wish you good health.
Answered: Thu, 24 Oct 2013
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