Same idea as the rice article... cook, immediately cool in refrigerator, reheat later and eat. Process creates more resistant starch which acts like fiber, you absorb less calories and 50% less increase in blood glucose levels. WOW!
We can convert a carb-loaded meal into a more healthy fibre-loaded one instead without changing a single ingredient, just the temperature. In other words our leftovers could be healthier for us than the original meal."
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Not all starch is bad for the gut. How resistant starch (and what foods contain it) is converted to inflammation busting, energy boosting, beneficial short-chain fatty acids! http://www.thehealthyhomeeconomist.com/best-resistant-starch-for-gut-health/
17 Simple Recipes to Get More Resistant Starch Into Your Diet
Resistant starch (RS), like fiber, resists digestion. And because of this, it offers a variety of health benefits, making it one of my favorite types of carbs to eat. Beans/legumes, starchy fruits and vegetables (such as green bananas), whole grains, and cooked then cooled potatoes and rice are the most common ways to find it in your diet. So what are some delicious and healthy ways to eat it? Here are 17 recipes! | Yuri Elkaim
Gluten Free Spicy Rice Noodle Salad - 2 Ways! Cold gluten free noodles are a healthy addition to any meal. You can spice them up and then add a protein, or use as vegan friendly side dish by adding veggies and chopped nuts. I've done both! A delicious dish that can be used for potluck, a post workout recovery meal, or even as is! Bonus --> cold rice and rice pasta are great resistant starches, read more at @ cottercrunch.com !
It's likely you've heard that starchy foods are something to avoid. As a general rule of thumb, this makes sense, because most starchy foods are packed with simple carbohydrates. They're highly processed, highly refined, and don’t offer much fiber.You may have even heard they spike blood sugar and insulin, potentially putting ...
Resistant starches are starch molecules that resist digestion, functioning kind of like fiber. Studies show that they have many health benefits. Learn more here: https://authoritynutrition.com/resistant-starch-101/