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Does non sugary carbs (bread, potato, rice) turn into the same kind of substance that table sugar turns into, once digested into blood stream?

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Dr. Steven Ferguson
34 years experience in General Practice
Most times: Potatoes and rice are starches and starches breakdown to his sugars That your body can utilize. Starches long chains sugars. They get absorbed into your body much slower than taking a simple sugar.
Answered on May 9, 2016
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