Study: Small Doses Of Resistant Starch Make Big Difference
A recent study by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln food scientists has revealed that resistant starch carbohydrates have a positive effect on the fermentation of dietary fibers in the human body. According to the research, fatty acids stimulated by resistant starch influence the release of appetite-suppressing hormones and ease the digestive process. Even though finding high concentrations of resistant starch in natural sources is difficult, small intakes can have an effect on those looking to maintain a healthy diet.
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