Resistant Starch Foods

Posted by Zotta Rendevouz

Carbs from Resistant Starch foods will make you thin, said Health magazine. Resistance Starch helps people “eat less, burn more calories, feel more energized and less stressed, and lower cholesterol.”

According to the Skinny Carbs Diet: Carb Lover’s Diet Cookbook by David Feder RD, carbs should not be cut from meals. Resistant starch has fewer calories than regular starches but is more filling so dieters feel satisfied quicker.

Bananas, corn , potatoes, yams, pasta, pearl Barley, whole grain bread, navy beans, oatmeal, lentils and brown rice are some of the common resistant starch foods.

Some of them have fibrous shell. Others contain starch that the human stomach's enzymes can't break down. In some regards, they are similar to fiber and provide some of the same benefits to people.

Health magazine has a released a book called The Carb Lovers Diet: Eat What You Love, Get Slim For Life to capitalize on this research and provide recipes to go with it.

The key is to increase total carb intake and up the percentage of carbs from Starch Resistant foods, said Health magainze.

Another book built around Resistant Starch foods is The Skinny Carbs Diet: Eat Pasta, Potatoes, and More! Use the power of resistant starch to make your favorite foods fight fat and beat cravings by David Feder.