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Have habit of eating raw rice. Will it affect health?

Will habit of eating raw rice affect health? Is it due to deficiency of calcium?
i have a habbit of eating raw rice daily after main meal will it affect my health ? i don t have this habbit since childhood but before marriage i used to eat raw rice a lot but all of a sudden this habbit disappeared without taking any medicine. At the time of my pregnancy i developed this.IS THIS BAD
Asked On : Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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no........ nothing bad about it nor it is any significant disease.
Only problem comes with digestion of such uncooked rice to be processed by the stomach. If you eat more such raw rice, you may have pain or discomfort in upper abdomen (stomach region). Moreover, uncleaned and uncooked rice may may not be free from source of contamination. Cooking the same in a pressure cooker removes such possibilities. After all its a habit. THATS IT!!!!!!
Answered: Sat, 25 May 2013
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