Overview

Rice protein is protein that has been taken from rice. Sometimes it is broken down into smaller pieces. Rice protein that is broken down into smaller pieces is called rice protein hydrolysate.

Rice protein is taken by mouth for muscle strength and muscle soreness. It is also used in infant formulas for babies who are allergic to cow's milk.

Rice protein is used in skin and hair products.

How does it work ?

Rice protein provides the body with nutrients called amino acids. The kinds of amino acids in rice protein might help to protect the body from too much sugar in the blood. They might also help to reduce blood pressure and blood fats.
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