Resistant Starch

Resistant starch is a type of carbohydrate that doesn't get digested in your small gut. Instead, it ferments in your large gut and feeds useful intestine bacteria.

Types of Resistant starch

According to its bodily and chemical traits, resistant starch is split into four sorts: sorts I, II, III and IV resistant starch. 

9 Foods That Are High in Resistant Starch

Resistant starch functions in addition to soluble, fermentable fiber. It allows feed the friendly bacteria to your intestine and will increase the production of quick-chain fatty acids such as butyrate

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Oats

Cooked and cooled rice

Raw potato starch

Some other grains

Beans and legumes

Cooked and cooled potatoes

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Foods That Are High in Resistant Starch

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Green bananas