The starch solution of corn starch
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The starch solution
The Starch Solution is a starch-based approach to eating meaning the bulk of your calories should come from starches – potatoes, beans, rice, lentils, oats, corn, pasta, unrefined flours (for bread, pasta). The rest is provided by non-starchy vegetables (eg. broccoli, kale, cauliflower, spinach) and fruit (1-4 fruit per day). There are no animal products (beef, chicken, fish, dairy) or oil. Nuts should be minimized, and refined flours should be eliminated. Salt can be used to taste on your plate but should be avoided in the cooking process as much as possible. A little sugar is allowed such as on oatmeal. Dr. McDougall wants the food to be palatable so that people will eat it.
Starch solutions are useful for laundry, adding stiffness to clothing, making ironing easier and adding a polished look to items. In addition to spraying on dry clothes, a starch solution can be added to the rinse cycle in the washer. Do not store any starch solution in the refrigerator. Shake the bottle well before using.
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