Resistant Starch – Does it Really Lower Blood Sugar?


Among diabetics and those who practice diets with keto or low carbohydrates, many speak of the power of resistant starch. The idea is that when cooking a starchy food and then chilling it in the fridge for about a day, much of the starch in that food becomes "resistant starch." And this resistant starch does not turn into sugar in the body. Is this too good to be true? Does it really work? Dennis puts this idea to the test in this video by eating a sweet potato in the form of resistant starch.

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Video credits to Beat Diabetes! YouTube channel





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Resistant Starch – Does it Really Lower Blood Sugar?

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