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Starch
Definition

What does Starch do for the body

Starch is a form of Carbohydrate which is partially soluble in Water. It regulates the Bowel movement and enhances the metabolism. It converts Glucose into energy and maintains overall health. Starch reduces the Appetite and maintains proper digestion.

Requirement of Starch per day
15 gm to 20 gm

Benefits of Starch
Starch helps to reduce the Cholesterol level and controls the Blood Glucose level. It helps to improve the Insulin sensitivity and supports the Central Nervous System. It helps the body to absorb the Minerals and remove toxins from the body. It cures the inflammation of the Bowel, Constipation, Diarrhea and Crohn's Disease.

Function of Starch
The Therapeutic property of Starch helps to cure Digestive disorders. It feeds the good bacteria in the Gut which protect from diseases. Starch inhibits the growth of Pathogenic Bacteria and increases Nutrient Circulation. It increases the Blood flow in the Colon. Starch helps to release small amount of Nutrients into the Bloodstream which keeps the Appetite stable. This aids in loosing weight and keeps the body hydrated.


Effect of Starch deficiency in the body
Malnutrition
Reduced Stamina
Mood Swings
Weakness

Effect of Excess Starch in the body
Obesity
Digestive Disorder
High Blood Sugar Level
Depression
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Starch

Most Effective

Highly Effective

Iris Germanica

Effective

Cassumunar Ginger
Chaerophyllum Bulbosum
Cibotium Barometz
Cucumis Anguria
Cyclamen Europaeum
Cyperus Papyrus
Eriosema Chinense
Fumewort
Gillenia Trifoliata
Japanese Angelica Tree
Japense Star Anise
Jeffersonia Diphylla
Scoparia Dulcis
Squaw Root
Swamp Milkweed
Tacca Integrifolia
 
 
 
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