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  1. Dr. G permalink
    March 28, 2012

    I believe the reason Pediatricians recommend rice cereal as the first one for infants is:

    rice cereal consists of the smallest genome of all foods; and is touted as the most non-allergenic of all foods.

    If these are true facts then the test of time has been verified i.e. societies all over the world have learned this empirically?

    Dr. G.

  2. Dr. G permalink
    April 7, 2012

    Reference ( there are multiple via a quick Google search) found to verify that Rice does indeed have a very small, if not the smallest, genome of all cereals.

    Dr. G.

    ( and kudos to Tammy for such a wonderfully educating cyberspace site).

    Jan 9, 2003 … Rice (Oryza sativa), an important food crop worldwide, has the smallest genome size of all cereals at 430 million base pairs of DNA.

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