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Tips on Rice

Vary your diet, and try to choose a variety of grains.
Soak your rice overnight, and cook it like pasta, draining off the excess water. This can reduce the arsenic by up to half. 
Brown rice generally has more arsenic than white rice, as the outer husk is not polished off. While white rice is generally lower in arsenic than brown rice, it also doesn’t have the nutrients and fibre, so researchers say to vary these choices.
Research from the U.S. FDA and Consumer Reports has shown that some rice varieties generally have less arsenic than others; look for Basmati from India, Jasmine from Thailand, and instant or short-grain rice from the U.S.
Organically grown rice absorbs arsenic the same way conventional rice does, so choosing that option will likely have little bearing on arsenic levels.