What Are the Benefits of Resistant Starches?
1. Improve bowel function. Resistant starches act a lot like fiber. As with fiber, adding resistant starch to your diet can improve regularity and bowel function. Some people find that when they up their fiber intake, especially if they do it suddenly, they have bloating, gas pains, and other effects usually lumped together under the heading of “GI distress.” One nice thing about resistant starch is that it doesn’t have this unwelcome side effect.
2. Appetite Control. Another fiber-like benefit of resistant starch is that it appears to help with appetite control, helping you feel fuller, longer, even when you are eating fewer calories
3. Regulate blood sugar. When you include resistant starches in a meal, it slows down the absorption of sugars from other foods. That means that you get a more gradual rise and fall in blood sugar levels after eating. That’s particularly helpful for diabetics, who need to keep their blood sugar levels steady. But the blood sugar roller coaster isn’t a ride you want to be on, even if you’re not diabetic.
4. Reduce calories. Foods containing a lot of resistant starches are somewhat lower in calories than other carbohydrates because at least some of the food energy stays locked up in the resistant starch and doesn’t get digested and absorbed
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