Bob's Red Mill, Stabilized Rice Bran, 18 oz (510 g)
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Bob's Red Mill, Stabilized Rice Bran, 18 oz (510 g)
Shipping Weight:1.42 lbsSwitch to Metric units
- Product Code: BRM-50409
- UPC Code: 039978504098
- Package Quantity: 18 oz
8.4 x 4.3 x 2 in, 1.2 lbsSwitch to Metric units
- To Your Good Health... Bob Moore
- Gluten Free
- All Natural
- Friend of the Heart
- You Can See Our Quality!
Rice Bran is the layer between the inner white rice grain and the outer hull. While comprising just 8% of total weight, Rice Bran (which includes the germ) accounts for 60% of the nutrients found in each rice kernel. Ordinarily, the oil in Rice Bran quickly spoils, but ours has undergone an all-natural but effective stabilization process to ensure its freshness. Bob's Red Mill Rice Bran is low in fat and calories and a good source of dietary fiber, Iron, Magnesium and Phosphorus. Can be easily added to fruit smoothies, cereals, and baked goods.
Bob's Red Mill products labeled Gluten Free are batch tested in our quality control laboratory. We use an ELISA Gluten Assay test to determine if a product is gluten free.
Keeps best refrigerated or frozen
Berry Smoothie with Rice Bran
- 2 cups fresh or frozen unsweetened Berries
- 2 Bananas, sliced
- 1 8 oz container lowfat Vanilla Yogurt
- 1/2 cup Skim Milk
- 1/4 cup Bob's Red Mill Rice Bran
- 3 Tbsp Lemon Juice
- 1 to 2 Tbsp Honey
Cover and freeze berries and sliced bananas until firm. Combine berries, bananas, yogurt, milk, Rice Bran, lemon juice, and honey in blender; process until smooth.
Manufactured in a facility that also uses tree nuts and soy.
|Serving Size: 2 Tbsp (15 g)|
|Servings Per Container: 34 (per 18 oz bag)|
|Amount Per Serving||Dry|
|Calories from Fat||30|
|% Daily Value*|
|Total Fat||3 g||5%|
|Saturated Fat||0.5 g||2%|
|Trans Fat||0 g|
|Total Carbohydrate||8 g||3%|
|Dietary Fiber||4 g||17%|
|* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.|
|Total Fat||Less than||65 g||80 g|
|Sat Fat||Less than||20g||25 g|
|Cholesterol||Less than||300 mg||300 mg|
|Sodium||Less than||2,400 mg||2,400 mg|
|Total Carbohydrate||300 g||375 g|
|Dietary Fiber||25 g||30 g|
SRB is good for B vitamins. But more so, if you want to reduce Excess Unbound Iron or Stored Iron, taking 2 tsp daily with water, 2 hours after food and 1 hour before food will help chelate Iron. I take it at bedtime. Very effective. Not as good as blood donations, but still effective.
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Put the bran back in your rice
Posted by GrumpyMcSleepyhead on Nov 02, 2017 | Verified Purchase
I add one tablespoon of rice bran per two cups of cooked white rice, and it's almost like changing it back to brown rice. Works in smoothies, too.
For B vitamins and chelating toxic Iron
Posted by iHerb Customer on Oct 10, 2017 | Verified Purchase
Rice bran contains B vitamins and also IP-6 for chelating Iron and also alumium.
Posted by iHerb Customer on Sep 06, 2017 | Verified Purchase
I have only been using the Rice bran for a few days so its hard to ascertain results, other than feeling fine. Packaging and the product seems good quality. For those ordering I can say that the Rice bran took 2 weeks to arrive which is a long time if posted from within Australia.
Not happy with arsenic levels
Posted by iHerb Customer on Aug 25, 2017 | Verified Purchase
Haven't tried it as I found out after buying it that it has VERY high arsenic levels, like 5 times higher than other rice products.
For use only in microscopy
Posted by iHerb Customer on Aug 14, 2017 | Verified Purchase
Ordering the rice bran from iHerb was easy and the product arrived soon after having been ordered. However, only a tiny amount of less than 1 g of the rice bran was needed to obtain micrographs (images at a high magnification using an electron microscope) for a scientific paper to compare it with other kinds of bran like wheat bran and oat bran. No manufacturer in Canada the United States contacted by e-mail was willing to provide such a tiny sample in exchange for an acknowledgment of the donation in my paper on rice to be published (some kind of free advertising in a scientific magazine) plus five micrographs to show the bran particles at various magnifications (maybe to be used for the desk of an executive officer). Rice bran seems to be available online only after e-mail contacts and calls to various stores and store chains (including Bulk Barn) in Canada have failed to identify a single retailer carrying it. One medium-size health food store chain in Ottawa, Ontario, ordered it for me but later informed me that my order had been cancelled by the supplier. Following these disappointments, I followed the advice of a Bob's Red Mill representative (who initially denied my wish for a small sample) and I ordered it online from iHerb. Even there, I wondered whether I was willing to pay the shipping charge of about $45 which was offered first and only a more thorough search for other shipping options revealed a more reasonable charge of about $12 for the $5 package. Otherwise, ordering the bran from iHerb was easy and the bran arrived soon afterwards, thank you. If the bran is supposed to be nutritionally so excellent that its benefits are mentioned in many articles, I am puzzled by the difficulty to buy it (as a rice by-product and not a unique item!) directly at some well-known food store or health-food store, particularly since the bran received had been "stabilized". This "review", which I would rather classify as "comments", is evidently not for the general public but for the manufacturers in Canada and the USA. Unless their rice bran becomes competitive with wheat or other kids of bran, I will continue cooking with the soft wheat or hard wheat bran. My "star rating" is meaningless. I have not used that bran in the kitchen yet, I will do so only after I am done with its microscopy. Thank you. Best wishes, Miloslav Kalab www.magma.ca/~scimat/ [email protected]