Carbohydrates in Potato Flour
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Carbs and Fiber in Potato Flour

Food Item: Potato Flour
Food Quantity: 1/2 cup
Carbs: 65g
Dietary Fiber: 4g
Net Carbs: 61g

Note: Nutritional values in flour and other baking ingredients can vary, so the above carbohydrate and fiber information for Potato Flour are intended as a guideline only.

Potato Flour, Diet, Glycemic Index

Due to its content of refined carbs, modern refined flour is high on the glycemic index, so it raises blood glucose levels quite fast, causing episodic bursts of hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) as well as hyperinsulimia. The health effects of high glycemic food - when eaten to excess - include appetite swings and food cravings, and may lead to a higher risk of Obesity. For more, see Diabesity and Insulin Resistance and Obesity

To avoid the problems of refined carbs in flour, choose wholegrain or whole wheat flour and other baking ingredients. As a rule of thumb, the denser and more chewy the bread, the lower the glycemic value and the higher the nutrition.

For more details about carbs in flour and baking ingredients, see below.

Acorn Flour - Arrowroot Flour - Baking Powder - Baking Soda
Baking Powder (Low-Sodium) - Barley Flour - Buckwheat Flour - Carob Flour
Chickpea Flour - Corn Masa Flour - Cornstarch - Cottonseed Flour
Graham Whole Wheat Flour - Kamut Flour - Peanut Flour - Potato Flour
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Triticale Flour - Wheat Flour - Wheat Flour (Bread) - Wheat Flour (Cake)
Wheat Flour (Self-Rising) - Wheat Flour (Whole-Grain) - White Flour
Wholemeal Flour - Yeast (1 Cake) - Yeast (1 Tsp)



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