Resistant starch can help you lose weight overnight

Resistant starch can help you lose weight overnight
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Resistant starch is a type of starch that isn’t fully broken down and absorbed, but rather turned into short-chain fatty acids by intestinal bacteria.

This may lead to some unique health benefits. To get the most from resistant starch, choose whole, unprocessed sources of carbohydrate such as whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and beans/legumes.

What makes a starch “resistant”?
All starches are composed of two types of polysaccharides: amylose and amylopectin.

Amylopectin is highly branched, leaving more surface area available for digestion. It’s broken down quickly, which means it produces a larger rise in blood sugar (glucose) and subsequently, a large rise in insulin.

Amylose is a straight chain, which limits the amount of surface area exposed for digestion. This predominates in RS. Foods high in amylose are digested more slowly. They’re less likely to spike blood glucose or insulin.

Resistant starch can help you lose weight overnight

In This Episode, You Will Learn:
What is Resistant Starch?
Where do you get it?
Is RS healthy for diabetics?
What bacteria benefits from it?
What is retrograding?
Are Potatoes a super-food?
Is resistant Starch the Most Unexceptional prebiotic ever!
Why you should eat Plantains
Resistant starch, Blood sugar and Gut Microbes
Sleep and how Resistant starch can help you
Why is Butyrate so important for Optimal Health?
Number #1 Optimal Health Warrior Tip…

Optimal Health Warrior Quote
To keep the body in good health is a duty… otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.
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About the Guest
Tim aka Tatertot

Screen Shot 2014 04 14 at 9.00.32 AM Resistant starch can help you lose weight overnightBecame interested in my health in 2010 when I found myself nearly 100 pounds overweight with fatty liver, T2D, gout, high BP, high cholesterol, high trigs…all the metabolic syndrome fun you can possibly have. Discovered paleo/low carb in 2010, turned metsyn around and have been interested in gut health and resistant starch for the last couple years.

I think that gut health has to be the ultimate outcome of any eating plan. As most diets don’t provide much food for a flourishing gut microbiome, the addition of resistant starch is an easy way to get the nourishment you need to feed the trillions of critters residing in your large intestine that do so much for you.

Post time: Jun-29-2017