THE ROLE OF RESISTANT STARCH IN MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES
Author(s):
YATHARTH SHARMA, Dr. Nikita Wadhawan
Keywords:
Diabetes, dietary fiber, insulin sensitivity, resistant starch (RS).
Abstract
Resistant starch is defined as a portion of starch that cannot be digested in the small intestine and passes to the colon to be fermented by gut microbiota. The presence of a starch fraction resistant to enzymatic hydrolysis was first recognized by Englyst et al. in 1982. It is similar to dietary fibre in a way that it escapes digestion. Dietary intake of resistant starch has been found to have a variety of therapeutic roles in the human body contributing to the overall health. Also, it is recognized to be a prominent factor in controlling and managing diabetes. This review aims to provide an insight into the chronic problem of diabetes mellitus and the positive role of resistant starch in diabetes management.
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Unique Paper ID: 154478

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 11

Page(s): 327 - 330
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