Rice is the most consumed cereal in the world, and it is no coincidence that it is considered the king of cereals. the yellow color that characterizes it is not given by the variety but by the treatment that it receives that makes it similar to the integral, and allows to preserve its nutritional properties and cooking versatility. Subjected to hot steam, the starch of the grain's surface hardens, sealing proteins, vitamins and minerals. In particular, lysine is preserved, an amino acid important for the metabolism of the muscular system. It is therefore excellent for sportsmen, diabetics and those suffering from asthenia.