One of the greatest things about owning a Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill® is the healthy, flavor-filled food that appeals to customers’ taste buds. Take the rice bowls for instance. Rice is an incredibly healthy food. Let’s consider the health benefits of the rice that is the foundation of Samurai Sam’s® delicious rice bowls.
Rice grains might be tiny, but what they lack in size they make up in being a nutritional powerhouse. This mighty grain is loaded with more than 15 essential minerals and vitamins that everyone young and old need. One cup of rice contains 23 percent of the daily recommended amount of folic acid, which is an essential vitamin for women. You also get plenty of other B vitamins, iron, magnesium, potassium, zinc and of course, fiber.
A Tasty Gluten-Free Food
Rice is a naturally gluten-free food. A Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill’s rice bowl is a tasty meal option for a customer who needs to avoid gluten in his or her diet.
Keeps You Satisfied
Not all sources of carbs are bad for weight loss. Because of their complex carbohydrate nature, rice gives your body the fuel it needs to stay energized throughout the day. Rice fills you up, and at only 100 calories per half cup, it can be a healthy and tasty addition to a healthy weight loss plan.
Rice bowls are just one of the healthy food options you can offer to your customers when you buy a Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill franchise.
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