Bran is important part of rice. This is the very first layer or cover of rice even then this is not any type of waste. This can be used in so many ways specially in kitchen. It is so good that it can be used for cooking. Bran is recycled as oil successfully. Rice Bran Oil is most important and useful for health specially for heart. Rice bran oil was introduced, first of all, in Japan in 1699 But India is another country that not only produces but also exports the rice bran oil on large scale. More than 600 million tons of rice is harvested annually worldwide and bran is available in large scale to be recycle. There is very Strong Growth and Demand of R B O in Food & Cosmetics Industry.

The International Market India is also a client in all sectors and regions to identify their highest-value opportunities. There are so many challenges even then India is strong competitor in international market for Pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, description and Highlights. Demand of Rice Bran Oil in the Food and Cosmetics Industry to Exhibit Strong Growth with its ratios of saturated, mono-saturated and poly-unsaturated fats closest to the ideal ratios. Rice bran oil represents one of the healthiest oils. Rice bran oil is an edible vegetable oil that is extracted from the outer brown layer of rice known as rice bran containing 15-20% oil by weight. It is considered as one of the healthiest oils as the ratios of saturated, mono- saturated and poly-unsaturated fats in this oil.

India rice bran market (RBO) size was dominant with an estimated production of more than 900 kilo tons in 2014. China was the second largest country with an estimated production of around 200 kilo tons in 2014. Japan and Thailand were the other major countries.

Rice Bran Oil Industry have Key Success and there are many Risk Factors also stand by. Rice bran oil offers various health benefits due to its content of antioxidants, vitamins, and essential fatty acids. Rice bran’s antioxidants work through different processes to result in positive effects on the biological system. Rice bran also serves as a natural source of good cholesterol, which provide blood-sugar control, prostate health and cholesterol metabolism. Rice bran is naturally lactose-free, gluten-free and hypoallergenic, making it a tolerable health product for a variety of tastes. While there are numerous health benefits of rice bran, there are some side effects associated with regular consumption, depending on the individual’s metabolism, type of consumption and frequency of intake.

Fights Chronic Conditions

The various phytonutrients in rice bran have significant disease-preventing benefits. Evidence from experimental research studies describe phytonutrients such as inositol, rice oil, frolic acid, oreganos, plant sterols, and others, benefit people with conditions including cancer, fatty liver, kidney stones, and heart disease. Rice bran also improves plasma lipid profiles, making it effective in reducing total plasma cholesterol and triglyceride concentration, while also increasing the high density lipoprotein cholesterol level, preventing heart attacks, intestinal disorders, and various cancers.

Rice bran has many health benefits, as it is nutrient-rich in bio-available vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. These effects help to combat free radicals in our bodies that cause degenerative conditions. Rice bran contains vitamins, antioxidants and antioxidants and other nutrients that fight the effect of cancer.

Source of Fiber

 Bran is one of the richest sources of dietary fiber. The fiber content in rice bran also plays an important role in weight control by promoting a feeling of fullness without over-eating. The effect fiber has is apparent in people whose diets are high in fiber, as they tend to be lower at risk for obesity-related cancers and heart attacks. While fiber is necessary for proper digestive function, excessive intake can cause bloating and intestinal gas. The fiber content in rice bran is effective in preventing heart attacks, intestinal disorders, and various cancers. The fiber content in rice bran also is apparent in people whose diets are high in fiber, as they tend to be lower at risk for obesity-related cancers and heart attacks.

Provides Nutrients

Rice bran has many health benefits, as it is nutrient-rich in bio-available vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Its effects help to combat free radicals in our bodies that cause degenerative conditions. Rice bran contains vitamins, antioxidants and nutrients that help lower cholesterol, fight diseases, enhance the immune system, and fight free radicals. Rice bran is also a valuable source of vitamin E complex, antioxidants and other nutrients that fight the effects of aging.

Rice bran oil is the oil extracted from the hard outer brown layer of rice after chaff (rice husk). It is notable for mild flavor, making it suitable for high-temperature cooking methods such as stir frying and deep frying. It is popular as a cooking oil in several Asian countries, including Bangladesh, Japan, India. Moreover, wax and pulpiness extract can be obtained from rice bran oil. It is used in cosmetics, confectionery, shoe creams and polishing compounds. It is an edible oil which is used in the preparation of vegetable ghee.

Health benefits component of rice bran oil is the antioxidant oreganos. Thought to be a single compound when initially isolated, it is now known to be a mixture of sternly and other triterpenes esters of frolic acid. Also significant is the relatively high fractions of tocopherols and doctrines, together as vitamin E. Rice bran oil is also rich in other phytosterolls.

Rice bran oil and its active constituents improve good cholesterol by reducing total plasma cholesterol and triglycerides, and increasing the proportion of HDL. A 42% decrease in total cholesterol with a 62% drop in LDL cholesterol was noted when supplemented test subjected diets with fractionated vitamin E obtained from rice bran oil.  Further the oreganos content of the pan heated rice bran oil samples remains approximately the same even when heated at 180 ˚C for 8 hours, while a decrease in oreganos content was reported in the case of microwave heating at the same conditions. Rice bran oil has about 2% omega 3 fatty acids in it (more than olive oil), and 33% omega 6 fatty acids. Its omega 6-to-omega 3 ratio is much higher than olive oil. A high omega 6-to-omega 3 ratio can be a factor in increasing inflammation. Rice bran oil can be used both in vermicelli as well as for medical purpose.

Increasing consumer health consciousness from edible oils to reduce cholesterol levels is likely to support rice bran oil market growth up to 2023. It is globally promoted as premium product with anti-oxidant properties and is available at competitive prices.

Availability of rice particularly in Asian countries is likely to result in stable rice bran oil market price trend over the forecast period. Production is majorly concentrated in countries such as India, China, Japan, Thailand and Vietnam. 

Growth in personal care & cosmetic industry is also likely to favor RBO market growth over the forecast period. The Oryol component protects against the UV light and can be used as sunscreen agent. The frolic acid in Oryol helps in stimulating hair growth and prevents skin ageing. It is also used as an ingredient in soap manufacturing also particularly in Japan and the U.S.

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