Author: RS Queen

New wheat and rice resistant starch

The story of resistant starch continues to evolve. It is exciting to see new natural food sources of RS2 resistant starch emerge. Hopefully they will have a wider variety of taste and process tolerance than previously available. Wheat The United States Department of Agriculture has been developing wheat hybrids with higher levels of resistant starch. Read More …

Resistant Starch in Foods

Once you’ve become interested in the health benefits of resistant starch (RS), you are going to want to know where to get it. Just like “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” by Laura Numeroff. (That mouse now wants a glass of milk, if you don’t remember the popular children’s story.) I do not know Read More …

Childrens Resistant Starch Yogurt Study

Resistant Starch Studied in Children

Children are battling weight gain and obesity as well as adults. They have fewer options, as pharmaceutical options are much more limited in children. A new pilot study was just published in F1000 Research that lays the groundwork for resistant starch-enriched yogurt to help address this problem. And because it was published by the Pennington Read More …

Improved Glucose Metabolism

Glycemic Health

Many groups are promoting a plant-based diet to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels, also called Glycemic Health. Others have used a different approach and have stopped consuming carbohydrates as much as possible. Both approaches have been shown to be successful. Resistant starch offers a third option that may be somewhere between eating only plants Read More …