Resistant Starch: A Different Type of Fiber

Starchy foods in general have a bad name, but resistant starch is bucking the trend. Why? Well, because it has tons of health benefits!

Resistant starch is a type of carbohydrate that resists digestion in the small intestine. That’s where the majority of carbohydrate absorption takes place. This starch is digested in the large intestine with other kinds of fiber. It produces short-chain f...

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