Episode 211 – Guest: Chris Kresser

Performance Menu: Journal of Health & Athletic Excellence

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  1. John Es says

    Great podcast. You can’t go wrong with Chris. The book will be on my Kindle, soon.

    Re: Resistant Starch

    I can’t eat potato products per my Naturopathic Physician, given my results of the Carroll method food intolerance testing.

    I know about plantain as a source. I’ve dehydrated my own plantain at 125 deg F. The plantain flours and fufus can contain potato, and I’m generally not comfortable with these products.

    I am using properly soaked / cooked / cooled lentils and cooked / cooled parboiled white rice. I’m also eating quite a bit of raw cashews. I’m not sure this is the greatest thing for my gut, at the moment.

    I’m not opposed to raising my carb intake, since I’ve lost 45 pounds eating Paleo over the last year.

    I’m interested to hear ideas on getting more dietary resistant starch without undertaking a major production.

    Thanks,

  2. Andros Stefannson says

    Can you just straight-up eat a raw white potato (peeled, of course) for Resistant Starch?

    We did that a lot when I was a kid… Just put salt on it and crunch away.

  3. Mike says

    Does potato starch contain whatever’s in nightshades that effect autoimmune diseases?

    I have HS and find that potatoes are a trigger food but was wondering if potato starch would have the same effect.

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