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Cooking method may reduce calories absorbed from rice, study says

DiabetesPro SmartBrief | Mar 25, 2015

A method of cooking rice that increases resistant starch concentrations may reduce the calories absorbed by the body by 50% to 60%, according to a study presented at the American Chemical Society's annual meeting. Researchers said resistant starch does not break down in the small intestine, where carbohydrates turn into glucose and sugars that go into the bloodstream. MedicalDaily.com (03/23)


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