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Marchew i skrobia
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Wysłany: Wto Maj 22, 2012 12:32   Marchew i skrobia

Jak to jest z ta skrobią w surowej marchewce? Czy jest tak szkodliwa jak ta z ziemniaków?
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Cytat:
Early potatoes

New potatoes (average, raw) 14.8
(boiled in unsalted water) 16.7
(in skins, boiled in unsalted water) 14.4
(canned, re-heated, drained) 14.4

Main crop potatoes

Old potatoes (average, raw) 16.6
(baked, flesh and skin) 30.5
(baked, flesh only) 17.3
(boiled in unsalted water) 16.3
(mashed with butter) 14.5
(roast in blended oil) 25.3
(roast in corn oil) 25.3
(roast in lard) 25.3

Vegetables, general

Artichokes, Globe (boiled) 0
Artichokes, Jerusalem (boiled) 0
Asparagus (raw) 0.1
(boiled in salted water) Tr
Aubergine/Egg plant (raw) 0.2
(fried in corn oil) 0.2
Beetroot (raw) 0.6
(boiled in salted water) 0.7
(pickled, drained) Tr
Broccoli (green, raw) 0.1
(boiled in unsalted water) Tr
Brussel sprouts (raw) 0.8
(boiled in unsalted water) 0.3
(frozen, boiled in unsalted water) 0.4
Cabbage (raw, average) 0.1
(boiled in unsalted water, average) 0.1
(white, raw) 0.1
Carrots (old, raw) 0.3
(boiled in unsalted water) 0.2
(young, raw) 0.2
(young, boiled in unsalted water) 0.2

(canned, re-heated, drained) 0.4
Cauliflower (raw) 0.4
(boiled in unsalted water) 0.2
Celery (raw) Tr
(boiled in salted water) Tr
Chicory (raw) 0.2
Courgette/Zucchini (raw) 0.1
(boiled in unsalted water) 0.1
(fried in corn oil) 0.1
Cucumber (raw) 0.1
Curly kale (raw) 0.1
(boiled in salted water) 0.1
Fennel (Florence, raw) 0.1
(boiled in salted water) 0.1
Garlic (raw) 14.7
Gherkins (pickled, drained) 0.2
Gourd (karela, raw) 0.8
Leeks (raw) 0.3
(boiled in unsalted water) 0.2
Lettuce (average, raw) Tr
(Iceberg, raw) Tr
Marrow (raw) 0.1
(boiled in unsalted water) 0.2
Mixed vegetables (frozen, boiled in salted water) 3.0
Mushrooms (common, raw) 0.2
(fried in butter) 0.2
(fried in corn oil) 0.2

Mustard and cress (raw) Tr
Okra (raw) 0.5
(boiled in unsalted water) 0.5
(stir-fried in corn oil) 0.8
Onions (raw) Tr
(fried in corn oil) 0.1
(pickled, drained) Tr
(pickled, cocktail/silverskin, drained) Tr
Parsnip (raw) 6.2
(boiled in unsalted water) 6.4
Peppers (capsicum, chilli, green, raw) Tr
(capsicum, green, raw) 0.1
(green, boiled in salted water) 0.2
(capsicum, red, raw) 0.1
(red, boiled in salted water) 0.1
Plantain (boiled in unsalted water) 23.0
(ripe, fried in vegetable oil) 36.0
Pumpkin (raw) 0.3
(boiled in salted water) 0.1
Quorn (pieces, as purchased) 1.1
Radish (red, raw) Tr
Shallots (raw) Tr
Spinach (raw) 0.1
(boiled in unsalted water) Tr
(frozen, boiled in unsalted water) 0.2
Spring greens (raw) 0.4
(boiled in unsalted water) 0.2
Spring onions (bulbs and tops, raw) 0.2
Swede (raw) 0.1
(boiled in unsalted water) 0.1
Sweet potato (raw) 15.6
(boiled in salted water) 8.9
Sweetcorn (baby, canned, drained) 0.6
(kernels, canned, re-heated, drained) 16.6
(on-the-cob, whole, boiled in unsalted water) 16.9
Tomatoes (raw) Tr
(fried in corn oil) 0.1
(grilled) Tr
(canned, whole contents) 0.2
Turnip (raw) 0.2
(boiled in unsalted water) 0.1
Watercress (raw) Tr
Yam (raw) 27.5
(boiled in unsalted water) 32.3

Beans and lentils

Aduki beans (dried, boiled in unsalted water) 20.8
Baked beans (canned in tomato sauce, re-heated) 9.4
(reduced sugar, reduced salt) 9.7
Beansprouts (mung, raw) 1.8
(stir fried in blended oil) 1.1
Black gram (urad gram, dried, raw) 37.6
(dried, boiled in unsalted water) 13.0
Blackeye beans (dried, raw) 47.5
(dried, boiled in unsalted water) 18.0
Broad beans (frozen, boiled in unsalted water) 10.0
Butter beans (canned, re-heated, drained) 10.9
Chick pea flour/besan flour (43.8)
Chick peas (whole, dried, raw) 43.8
(dried, boiled in unsalted water) 16.6
(canned, re-heated, drained) 15.1
Green beans/French beans (raw) 0.9
(frozen, boiled in unsalted water) 2.6
Hummus 9.3
Lentils (green and brown, whole, dried, raw) 44.5
(dried, boiled in salted water) 15.9
Lentils (red, split, dried, raw) 50.8
(dried, boiled in unsalted water) 16.2
Mung beans (whole, dried, raw) 40.9
(dried, boiled in unsalted water) 14.1
Red kidney beans (dried, raw) 38.0
(dried, boiled in unsalted water) 14.5
(canned, re-heated, drained) 12.8
Runner beans (raw) 0.4
(boiled in unsalted water) 0.3
Soya beans (dried, raw) 4.8
(dried, boiled in unsalted water) 1.9
Tofu (soya bean, steamed) 0.3
(steamed, fried) 0.9

Fruit, general

Apples (cooking, raw, peeled) Tr
(stewed with sugar) Tr
(stewed without sugar) Tr
(eating, average, raw) Tr
(raw, peeled) Tr
Apricots (raw) 0
(ready to eat) Tr
(canned in juice) 0
(canned in syrup) 0
Avocado (average) Tr
Bananas 2.3 (These are proportions for yellow ripe bananas. The starch content falls and the sugar content rises on ripening.)
Blackberries (raw) 0
(stewed with sugar) 0
Blackcurrents (raw) 0
(stewed with sugar) 0
Cherries (raw) 0
(canned in syrup) 0
(glace) 0
Cherry pie filling 3.9
Clementines 0
Currants 0
Damsons (raw) 0
(stewed with sugar) 0
Dates (raw) 0
(dried) 0
Dried mix fruit 0
Figs (dried) 0
(ready to eat) 0
Fruit cocktail (canned in juice) 0
(canned in syrup) 0
Fruit pie filling 5.5
Fruit salad (homemade) 0.3
Gooseberries (cooking, raw) o
(stewed with sugar) 0
Grapefruit (raw) 0
(canned in juice) 0
(canned in syrup) 0
Grapes (average) 0
Guava (raw) 0.1
(canned in syrup) Tr
Kiwi fruit 0.3
Lemon peel 0
Lemons (whole, without pips) 0
Lychees (raw) 0
(canned in syrup) 0
Mandarin oranges (canned in juice) 0
(canned in syrup) 0
Mangoes (ripe, raw) 0.3
Melon (Canteloupe-type) 0
(Galia) 0
(Honeydew) 0
(watermelon) 0
Mixed peel 0
Nectarines 0
Olives (in brine) 0
Oranges 0
Passion fruit 0
Paw-paw (raw) 0
(canned in juice) 0
Peaches (raw) 0
(canned in juice) 0
(canned in syrup) 0
Pears (average, raw) 0
(raw, peeled) 0
(canned in juice) 0
(canned in syrup) 0
Pineapple (raw) 0
(canned in juice) 0
(canned in syrup) 0
Plums (average, raw) 0
(average, stewed with sugar) 0
(canned in syrup) 0
Prunes (canned in juice) 0
(canned in syrup) 0
(ready to eat) 0
Raisins 0
Raspberries (raw) 0
(canned in syrup) 0
Rhubarb (raw) 0
(stewed with sugar) 0
(canned in syrup) 0
Satsumas 0
Strawberries (raw) 0
(canned in syrup) 0
Sultanas 0
Tangerines 0

Nuts and seeds

Almonds 2.7
Brazil nuts 0.7
Cashew nuts (roasted and salted) 13.2
Chestnuts 29.6
Coconut (creamed block) 0
(dessicated) 0
Coconut milk 0
Hazelnuts 2.0
Macadamia nuts (salted) 0.8
Marzipan (home-made) 1.5
(retail) 0
Mixed nuts 3.9
Peanut butter (smooth) 6.4
Peanuts and raisins 3.5
Peanuts (plain) 6.3
(dry roasted) 6.5
(roasted and salted) 3.3
Pecan nuts 1.5
Pine nuts 0.1
Pistachio nuts (roasted and salted) 2.5
Sesame seeds 0.5
Sunflower seeds 16.3
Tahini paste 0.5
Trail mix 0.1
Walnuts 0.7

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http://www.livestrong.com...estible-starch/

Cytat:

Are Carrots Rich in Digestible Starch?

Apr 20, 2011 | By Laura Niedziocha

Are Carrots Rich in Digestible Starch? Photo Credit carrots image by Alison Bowden from Fotolia.com

Starches are a type of carbohydrate that has little or no water content. Not many vegetables are considered high in starch. The starchiest vegetables are potatoes and corn. Carrots are low in starches and other carbohydrates, making them a good vegetable choice for people trying to follow a low-starch diet. Carrots are nutrient dense; a large serving has a small number of calories and provides many essential vitamins and minerals.

Starch

Starch is a polysaccharide, a complex carbohydrate consisting of chains of monosaccharides; monosaccharides include glucose, fructose and galactose. Starch is made of thousands of glucose molecules composed in long strands. Plants store their energy, or glucose, as starch, so starch is found in many fruits and vegetables.

Digestion of Starch

The digestion of starch begins in the mouth, where enzymes in the saliva work to break down strands of starch into maltose. When starchy food enters the stomach, breakdown briefly stops, but it resumes again inside the small intestine. The pancreas supplies another enzyme that works to split glucose molecules into smaller disaccharides. This enzyme is secreted into the small intestine during digestion. The body has a hard time breaking down certain starches, such as those in the seeds or hulls of vegetables. The starch in other foods, like carrots, is broken down slowly and absorbed.

Carbohydrates in Carrots

One large carrot contains only 1.03 g of starch. In comparison, a 3 oz. potato contains 15 g of starchy carbohydrates, and a half cup of peas or corn also has 15 g. Most of the carbohydrates that make up a carrot are dietary sugars, including sucrose.

Benefits of Carrots

If you need to watch the amounts of starch you are eating, consider adding more carrots to your diet. One large carrot contains just 30 calories and 2 g of fiber. Carrots are also packed with a slew of vitamins and minerals. Carrots provide calcium, magnesium, potassium, vitamin C, folate, choline, beta-carotene, lutein and vitamin K.


References

"Nutrition: Concepts and Controversies"; Frances Sizer and Eleanor Whitney; 2004
USDA.gov: Large, Raw Carrot, 2011
American Diabetes Association: Non-Starchy Vegetables, 2010
Ex Rx.net: Starch Exchanges

Article reviewed by joyce sexton Last updated on: Apr 20, 2011

Read more: http://www.livestrong.com.../#ixzz1vatguLf5
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Waldek B napisał/a:
http://www.livestrong.com...estible-starch/

A tak bdw, to ten cały livestrong to walczy z tym rakiem i walczy i co? To jest bardziej grupa wsparcia psychologicznego, a porady w stylu coś dobrego dla każdego. Przedsięwzięcie marketingowo cacy, ale owoce .... :]
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Spoko przecież jest. W różnych warzywach też jest zawsze trochę skrobi.
Tak jak od milionów lat jada się owoce tak i różne warzywka i bulwy.
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Wysłany: Czw Lut 07, 2019 10:56   Re: Marchew i skrobia

Waldek B napisał/a:
Jak to jest z ta skrobią w surowej marchewce? Czy jest tak szkodliwa jak ta z ziemniaków?

nie wiem ale jem
 
     
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