Plantain Flour - Resistant Starch Source

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Raw plantain flour is a great soure of resistant starch. Many people do not tolerate green banana flour, but they love plantain flour. This is probaly the best source of RS2 type resistant starch. Starch from raw potato is easier to dose than this flour, and people love it for its lucid dreams inducing capabilities, but plantain flour is safer to use, and better.

A great benefit of this product is that it causes less gastrointestinal discomfort than other resistant starches. I also love the texture of it in my smoothie. 

No other additive in the flour, just pure plantains. The best thing is you can use this for baking, and it's great in any gluten free recipe, or even to replace some of the wheat flour in regular baking recipes.

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