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December 2007 Issue

Resistant Starch: Third Kind of Natural Fiber Promises Better Health

Q. I’ve heard something recently about the benefits of “resistant starch.” What is it resistant to? Where do I find it?
A. It’s resistant to digestion. Despite its unappealing name, resistant starch is—as Martha Stewart is fond of saying—a good thing.

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