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#499988 - 01/28/14 01:31 PM Glutinous Rice
rafaelfd Offline
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Registered: 05/27/13
Posts: 40
Hello guys, hope you all are feeling great this week. I've been on the NSD for more than six months now, with good results but still not there. Weight loss has been a problem for me. I've lost more than 30 pounds in this time. I'm looking for something that will help me gain back the weight. I've heard from several people in this forum that glutinous rice is a type of starch that our bodies can digest without flaring and bringing those AS symptoms back. I want to give it a try. Just wanted to consult with those who have tried it before if this one would work for me. I live in Mexico so it's hard to fin this type of rice. This is why I want to order it from Amazon. Please let me know if you think this is the right type of rice so I can try it and I'll keep you all posted on how I feel after eating it. Thanks laugh

http://www.amazon.com/Thai-Sticky-Rice-S...=glutinous+rice
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#500011 - 01/28/14 11:05 PM Re: Glutinous Rice [Re: rafaelfd]
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Registered: 11/04/12
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Loc: Turkey
I dont think that product would be the right answer. It has gluten in it, which could be big problem. The way i know, they call it glutinous bc it is sticky not that it contains gluten in it.

Anyway, I dont have the right answer and I'd like to learn too for myself.
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#500034 - 01/29/14 01:54 PM Re: Glutinous Rice [Re: rafaelfd]
DragonSlayer Offline
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Registered: 09/05/01
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Hello, rafaelfd and MSK:

I no longer consider myself an expert in specific items on NSD, as I cannot test things anymore (too starch-tolerant now), but Zark is a very keen expert and has moved his Zark's blog on fried rice. He seems to do Okay on amylopectin from sticky rice.

(please let us know how You do...)
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#500064 - 01/29/14 10:06 PM Re: Glutinous Rice [Re: rafaelfd]
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Registered: 01/12/12
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To add to Zark's information, I posted my test results and benefits of rice:

- amylopectin vs. amylose starch
- soluble benefits vs. insoluble
- resistant starches
- overall why rice is easier for us to digest than potatoes

You can read my autoimmune comparison of rice vs. potato starch on my blog for all the details. Hope this information helps you out in digestion and weight gain / stabilization.
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#500095 - 01/30/14 08:14 PM Re: Glutinous Rice [Re: rafaelfd]
rafaelfd Offline
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Thank you very much for your feedback. Going to give it a try and I'll keep you posted. Have a great weekend!
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#500097 - 01/30/14 10:56 PM Re: Glutinous Rice [Re: rafaelfd]
MSK Offline
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Did you get an amazon link rafaeld?
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#500126 - 01/31/14 10:24 PM Re: Glutinous Rice [Re: rafaelfd]
rafaelfd Offline
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Registered: 05/27/13
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I ended up buying the one posted in my first post. I read the comments and people say this rice is gluten-free. I haven't tried it yet but I will keep you posted on my results. wish me luck!! laugh
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#500828 - 02/20/14 06:05 PM Re: Glutinous Rice [Re: rafaelfd]
zark Offline
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Registered: 04/12/02
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Loc: NSW, Oz
Hi rafaelfd,
Yep that sticky rice is fine. Sticky rice definitely doesn't have gluten as with wheat. The "Glutinous" part of the name refers to its stickiness, and that is the result of the high amylopectin content. Your body of course is the ultimate determinant. And more besides, on the NSD we are not "no gluten" (which is a protein), rather we are "no starch".

You can check here, truly it doesn't contain gluten:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glutinous_rice
http://www.celiac.com/articles/181/1/Safe-Gluten-Free-Food-List-Safe-Ingredients/Page1.html
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#500830 - 02/20/14 06:07 PM Re: Glutinous Rice [Re: rafaelfd]
zark Offline
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Registered: 04/12/02
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Oh, and one more thing. Start small and work up so that your body can acclimatise to all the carbs in sticky rice. If you've been on the NSD for a while, then your body won't be used to so many carbs. I overdid it and had rampant candida .. I was making lots of pancakes using glutinous rice flour and eating that with honey.
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#501207 - 03/07/14 06:24 AM Re: Glutinous Rice [Re: rafaelfd]
JohnIreland Offline
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Registered: 02/09/10
Posts: 38
Loc: Ireland
Hi Zark,

Im interested in this Glutinous rice. I do occasionally eat rice because I heard it was a safer starch and Im trying to keep weight on. But I was eating basmati rice which has little amylopectin! No wonder I never felt too great after it.
Anyway is there anything you should eat with the glutinous rice or any good ratio to eat it? like maybe 30% rice 35% protein 35% fats? (Im just guessing with these ratios as an example.)
Maybe with a good ratio of fats and proteins with it, you would be less likely to develop candida?
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