posted on Jul, 31 2014 @ 02:20 PM
Potato starch is readily available from supermarkets and is basically just the starch from a potato, you could basically eat some potato for the same
Eating starch before bed doesn't sound very healthy, especially if it isn't easily digested.
I have spent most of my past as either mildly anorexic (though fully life functioning) or bordering on it and as a child hated most food, especially
meat and heavy starch. I still detest really starchy foods, in fact, even though now I eat daily, my body doesn't actually like it and I feel
healthier when I fast, for example just eating once a day at a particular time or a particular food, or missing food for a day then eating the next,
it is how my body feels healthiest.
Starch and the overeating of is a major cause of obesity and should be avoided. The human body isn't designed for the average starch levels of the
western diet. It is also rather addictive and should be monitored.
I take white kidney bean extract, which has an enzyme that blocks the absorption of starch, and also lipid blockers with any food I eat apart from
fruit/ veg and I feel much better when I do.
Back when I only ate fruit and veg and no grains / bread / pasta etc, the first time after a year or so I ate some bread and almost immediately felt
ill and lethargic. Sometimes such things are toxic to systems and are just all too tolerated and prevalent in western food.
The health issues of the west would most likely be dramatically reduced if wheat etc were removed from the equation.
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