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Is there truly a difference between consuming brown rice vs white rice?

Brown rice is higher in fiber than white rice, but both are good sources of B vitamins. Ultimately, it depends on what you prefer to eat and there are many other sources of fiber available.
Transcript: "Is there truly a difference between consuming brown rice versus white rice? There is brown rice is higher in fiber. It's naturally high in some B vitamins, but white rice is generally enriched with the vitamins that are stripped off during the Milling process. So, nutrient wise, it doesn't matter too much but fiber, there's about 3.5 5 grams of fiber in a cup of brown rice versus only about a half a gram of fiber in a cup of white rice. It also depends on what you enjoy to eat eating, you know, I like both and I use both in my cooking or when I'm ordering out and sometimes I really want white rice, it just has a totally different flavor profile. And that might be what I, what I enjoy and there are lots of other sources of fiber. There are whole grain, breads. Popcorn is a good source of fiber. Fiber a medium apple is going to provide you with over 4 grams of fiber. So the important thing is that you're getting that 25 to 30 grams of fiber per day. And if you enjoy brown rice, that's one way to get it. If you don't, there are a lot of other options."