Whole Grains


Black rice

Whole Grains


Antioxidants, Fibre, Proteins, Phytonutrients, Vitamin E, Phosphorus, Carbohydrates, Zinc, Potassium


Mum-to-be, you can eat black rice as the vitamin, mineral, and fibre content in this grain is higher than ordinary white rice. Eating black rice can help prevent iron deficiency and anemia and promote baby's development.


It is fine to eat black rice during the postpartum period. Black rice contains nutriets and antioxidants, all of which can help eliminate iron deficiency and anemia, nourish the body, and refresh energy.


Breastfeeding mothers can eat black rice. It contains several nutrients and antioxidants that aid in increasing immunity and nourishing your body.


Your baby can eat black rice once they start on solids at around 6 months. However, it might be hard for baby to digest, so you need to cook it as soft as possible. Because of its rich nutrients and antioxidants, black rice is good for your baby's bones and brain development.