Digestion and physiological properties of resistant starch in the human large bowel.

@article{Cummings1996DigestionAP,
  title={Digestion and physiological properties of resistant starch in the human large bowel.},
  author={John H. Cummings and Emily R. Beatty and Sharon Kingman and Sheila Anne Bingham and Hans N. Englyst},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={1996},
  volume={75 5},
  pages={733-47}
}
The digestion of four sources of resistant starch (RS) has been studied in twelve healthy volunteers who ate controlled diets for 15 d periods. RS from potato, banana, wheat and maize (17-30 g/d) was compared with a starch-free diet, a diet containing wheat starch that was fully digested in the small intestine, and with 18.4 g NSP from brand/d. RS increased stool wet weight by 1.6 g/d per g RS fed for potato, 1.7 for banana, 2.5 for wheat and 2.7 for maize, but this was significantly less than… CONTINUE READING
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