Subject: How come a high starch diet does not affect blood glucose levels?
Date: Sat Jun 28 17:14:41 1997
Posted by Jonathan S. Harris
Grade level: 10-12
School: Anderson High School
City: Austin State/Province: TX
Area of science: Biochemistry
It is commonly known that people with high blood sugar should avoid the
disaccharide sucrose. So, why then is starch (polymer of 1,6 glucose linkage)
not advised to consume when starch is made up of glucose?
Re: How come a high starch diet does not affect blood glucose levels?
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