If your list of New Year’s resolutions includes exercise and a change of diet you may be interested in knowing that science is now saying not all carbs are created equal.

Consider the type of carbohydrate called resistant starch.  New research says resistant starch may improve health by keeping you full, checking blood sugar and supporting the gut. It's basically a special kind of fiber found in potatoes, bananas, chickpeas, grains, and some other foods.

Irish researchers analyzed all published research about the health benefits of resistant starch, and say it seems to be uniquely healthy because of the way it is digested with whole grain foods containing higher amounts of resistant starch. (Time )

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