Are there Scientifically Validated Reasons to Avoid Eating Starchy Food?

Are there Scientifically Validated Reasons to Avoid Eating Starchy Food

In Dr. Norman W. Walker's book 'Become Younger', he claims the body cannot utilize starch, that starch is not water-soluble. So, does that mean we shouldn't eat potatoes and grains like rice, etc.? It very well could mean that for superior health we may want to limit or stop eating starchy foods altogether. 'If you …

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Brown rice: Did you know ‘arsenic’ is in it?

brown rice, complex carbohydrates, nutrition, health, weight loss

Although, I like rice, I love potatoes even more. We crave particular carbohydrates. Brown rice is nutty tasting and chewy. I used to like eating white rice better. But, I reduced the amount I ate of both as soon as I discovered they had arsenic in it. If you just have to eat rice despite …

Plain old ‘off the grid’ pinto beans recipe

pinto beans recipe, nutrition, vegetarian

Did I mention I like beans? I just had to write an additional article about an alternative way I make beans. If you love beans, you will certainly love my easy pinto beans recipe! Pinto beans are delicious and very economical. I buy two ten pound bags of these at a time at Costco™. They are prewashed by their …

Are Resistant Starch Foods like Potatoes Good for You?

starch, resistant starch, gluten, gliadin, blood sugar

Are resistant starch foods good for you? Potatoes and rice are essential staples in many societies. But, is all starch healthy? It seems to depend upon if the food is processed or not. For example, wheat crackers can make you gain weight because they can raise your blood sugar too high, too quickly. Opt for the resistant starch foods, instead. This type …