Resistant starch could make biscuits more nutritious

06/22/2010 | FoodNavigator

Researchers say biscuits could be made more nutritious by substituting as much as 40% of the wheat flour with resistant starch. Found naturally in foods including rice, baked beans and lentils, the resistant starch can boost fiber content without reducing the appeal of the product, they say.

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