Monday, April 10, 2017

Resistant Starch Blood Glucose Experiment: Volunteers Needed

EDIT 5/11/17 - Project complete! See full results on my Potato Hack blog: RS Glycemic Impact Study

EDIT 4/17/17 - I have enough volunteers now, I'll share the results when I get them compiled. Thanks!

Dear Readers - I'm well into my RS analysis testing project. I've sent samples of various starches to different labs for RS testing and test comparisons.

Preliminary results show that things are as we expected: Potato Starch, Green Banana Flour, and Hi-Maize are all good sources of RS.

I'd like to take this project a step further, and test the blood glucose response caused by these starches.

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Fiber Microdosing with SpudMIN

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Microdosing is the latest trend. Silicon Valley professionals have pioneered microdosing of certain fibers found in wheat mold, mushrooms, and cacti and find that it:

...enhances overall well-being, helping to reduce stress and anxiety while improving sleep and leading to healthier habits.

Manufacturers of prebiotic fibers are starting to see the wisdom in using homeopathic doses of fibers. Doses as low as 1 gram per serving are showing tremendous potential! I intend to take this a step futher, reducing the serving size to beyond a microdose.

I am proud to announce that I am developing my own line of microdose fiber. I call it SpudMIN. It's based on raw potato starch. The serving size is one starch granule per day. Each bottle contains a 30 day supply and will only cost $67.  Get yours now!