Alternative Name: Enzymatic resistant starch, indigestible starch
Resistant starch is difficult to degrade, and it is slowly digested in the body, and it is slow to absorb and enter the blood. It has a certain slimming effect. Resistant starch exists in some natural foods, such as potatoes, bananas, rice, etc., all contain resistant starch, especially high-amylose corn starch containing up to 60% resistant starch.
1. Resistant starch can resist the decomposition of enzymes, release glucose slowly in the body, have a lower insulin response, can control blood sugar balance, reduce hunger, and is especially suitable for diabetics;
2. Resistant starch has the function of soluble dietary fiber, which can increase stool volume after eating, reduce constipation, and reduce the risk of colon cancer;
3. Resistant starch can reduce the amount of blood cholesterol and triglycerides. After eating resistant starch, the amount of cholesterol and triglycerides in the excretion increases, so it has a certain weight loss effect.