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  • n. Plural form of starch.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of starch.

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  • n. foodstuff rich in natural starch (especially potatoes, rice, bread)

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Examples

  • Bread contains many nitrogenous substances and is very rich in starches, but is lacking in fats; and as the fundamental substances of diet are, as is well known, three in number, namely, proteids, (nitrogenous substances), starches, and fats, bread is not a complete food;

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  • Description: Carbohydrates, also known as starches and sugars, are your body's main energy source.

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  • Foods rich in omega-3s include cold-water fish like salmon, mackerel, trout, anchovies, herring, and sardines; nuts and seeds; and flaxseed oil. eat lots of fresh fruits and vegetables and stay away from high-glycemic foods (such as starches and sugars like white bread, cookies, and candy), which have been shown to contribute to inflammation.

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  • Foods rich in omega-3s include cold-water fish like salmon, mackerel, trout, anchovies, herring, and sardines; nuts and seeds; and flaxseed oil. eat lots of fresh fruits and vegetables and stay away from high-glycemic foods such as starches and sugars like white bread, cookies, and candy, which have been shown to contribute to inflammation.

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  • Cereplast Hybrid Resins, like Biopropylene 50, are bio-based, replacing 50% or more of the petroleum content in traditional plastic products with bio-based materials such as starches from corn, tapioca, wheat and potatoes.

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  • It would also establish Bunge as a major player in finished corn products such as starches and sweeteners.

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  • The products of this reaction are oxygen (O2), water, and carbohydrates, such as starches and sugars (Figure 5.5).

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  • Researchers found that replacing saturated fat with monounsaturated fat had an unclear effect on cardiovascular disease, while replacing saturated fat with carbohydrates was found to be ineffective and even harmful especially when refined carbohydrates such as starches or sugars were used in place of fat.

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  • To make Biopropylene, Cereplast compounds traditional oil-based polypropylene with bio-based materials such as starches from corn, tapioca, wheat and potatoes.

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  • Until recent years, scientists had lumped all polysaccharides together with other carbohydrates such as starches and sugars.

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