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  1. Starch is a substance used for cooking. Another kind of starch is used to add firmness and shape to clothing. Starch poisoning occurs when someone swallows starch. This can ...
  2. ... main types of carbohydrates found in foods: sugars, starches, and fiber . People with diabetes often need to ... of carbohydrates to function properly. Sugars and most starches are broken down by the body into glucose ( ...
  3. ... There are 3 major types of carbohydrates: Sugars Starches Fiber Sugars are found naturally in some foods ... syrups, such as those added to canned fruit Starches are found naturally in foods, as well. Your ...
  4. ... of food. The main kinds of carbohydrates are starches, sugars, and fiber. Learn which foods have carbohydrates. ... of protein (one quarter of the plate) and starch (one quarter of the plate). EAT A VARIETY ...
  5. ... also be used to diagnose excessive sweating, including: Starch-iodine test -- An iodine solution is applied to the sweaty area. After it dries, starch is sprinkled on the area. The starch-iodine ...
  6. ... mouth. These bacteria change foods, especially sugar and starch, into acids. Bacteria, acid, food pieces, and saliva ... possibly removal of the tooth. Carbohydrates (sugars and starches) increase the risk of tooth decay. Sticky foods ...
  7. ... of cooked lean fish, poultry, or meat A starch item (such as potatoes) A cooked vegetable Salad ... 110 grams) of cooked fish, poultry, or meat Starch item (such as potatoes) A cooked vegetable Salad ...
  8. ... sugar found naturally in milk) Maltose (product of starch digestion) Sugars are found naturally in milk products ( ... It is also a syrup made from corn starch. Lactose (milk sugar) is the carbohydrate that is ...
  9. ... during the day, especially foods that contain carbohydrates (starches). Older children and adults may take cornstarch by ...
  10. ... out and are measured in grams (g). Sugar, starch, and dietary fiber make up the total carbs ...
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