Regular eating of starch food can cause changes in blood sugar levels, making them rise quickly and then drop again.(2)
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Starch is a substance which is found in foods like rice, bread, wheat, maize and potatoes. It is a white and tasteless carbohydrate. Starch is even converted into starch sweeteners which are used in the food, beverage and confectionery and sometime in fermentation industries.