Testimonials
Why the Grayns Rice Revolution is Real:

Meet the People Whose Lives Grayns Has Changed for the Better

We can call it a technological revolution but at its core, the Grayns rice cooker is a revolution for the people. Is that an exaggeration? We don’t think so. With heart disease, diabetes and obesity on the rise, we’re incredibly gratified when we see what a huge difference the Grayns rice cooker makes in people’s lives. In so many ways:

  • Dealing with Sugar Disease. Cutting out the sugar, cutting out the risks.

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    “I’m a type 1 diabetic. I live with a permanent insulin pump attached to my stomach and I have to be extremely careful of what I eat. I’ve been eating brown rice in small quantities as a way to get my energy supply but it’s always been a struggle striking that balance between rice being an energy supply and source of excess sugar. Until now, that is. Discovering the Grayns rice cooker allows me to eat white rice and after every meal, I don’t even have to pump in the same amount of insulin as I did before. I definitely recommend the Grayns rice cooker to others like me”.

    MR. LIM KEK HAR- 60, PROPERTY DEVELOPER.
  • DEALING WITH SUGAR DISEASE. CUTTING OUT THE SUGAR, CUTTING OUT THE RISKS.

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    “I have a single kidney and am diabetic to boot. So the Grayns rice cooker has truly been a life-saver. My blood sugar is in control and the best part is that I still get to enjoy my rice! My doctor, who’s asked me to drastically reduce my rice intake can’t complain now. A great product! Just what I needed!”

    MR. HISHAMUDDIN MOHAMMAD - 51, OWNER WELLNESS BUSINESS
  • Dealing with Digestive Problems: Going gentle

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    “My father died because of diabetes so I’m aware of how devastating it can be to lose your health. I’ve been on Grayns rice for two months and I can certainly feel the difference. My digestion’s better’ I don’t feel bloated or suffer from reflux. I’ve lost more than 2 kilograms but have never felt more energetic! There’s just so much good from Grayns rice that I just don’t eat any other rice now. There’s just no reason to”.

    MR. FAUZI HASSAN -39, SENIOR MANAGEMENT, MULTINATIONAL COMPANY
  • Dealing with Obesity: Enjoying rice while losing excess weight.

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    “Two months ago, I was overweight, diabetic and frequently falling sick. Then my friend introduced me to the Grayns rice cooker and as they say, the rest is history. Regularly eating Grayns rice saw me losing 5 kilograms within these past two months and I’m on my way to losing 5 kilograms more after which I’ll be at my ideal weight of 60 kilograms. I have to say congratulations and thank you to Grayns for coming out with such a great product!

    MRS. JEYAGOBI - 43, HOUSEWIFE
  • Grayns, a boon to working mothers and wives

    As a working mother and wife, it is hard to juggle between work n cooking at home especially having a diabetic husband who loves to eat rice. Though he is type 2 diabetes, we try to eat as healthy as we can. It is difficult to eat healthy when it comes to dinner time. When we came across Grayns Rice Cooker, we were ecstatic. The EASIEST part about Grayns is, we need not measure the amount of water accordingly to cook the amount of rice. The WONDERFUL part about Grayns is, the technology of the rice cooker that can eliminate the excess sugar in the rice. And the GREATEST part about Grayns is, after eating Grayns’ cooked rice for a month, my husband’s sugar index drop by 0.5 mmol/L and I have lost 1.5kg of weight too. My shoulder ache has gone and we don’t feel bloated the next morning. My husband doesn’t feel as tired or lethargic like he used to..

    MRS. SONIA - 42, WORKING MOTHER
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    We are indeed humbled by the findings of Queens University, United Kingdom. The ingenious RevoCook technology used in the Grayns Rice Cooker not only removes sugar from rice but also arsenic. Arsenic is a major anti-nutrient which upon regular consumption (even in minuscule quantities) over time will prevent the absorption of nutrients that are vital in maintaining healthy metabolism and immunity. We will publish the full work of Queens University headed by Professor Andrew Meharg in due course