Our expert says:
So far, I have only heard that cooked, cooled maize meal and potatoes have this so-called 'resistant starch' effect. Therefore for example, boiled, cooled potatoes made into a salad have a lower GI than freshly cooked, hot potatoes. It is possible that cooked, cooled oats will also have a lower GI. However, Oats so Easy, regular, is low-GI and you can also lower the GI of cooked oats by adding low-fat milk or yoghurt.
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