There are a few conditions such as obesity, treatment of mold sickness, and insulin resistant diabetes that may require a doctor to suggest a no amylose diet. Amylose foods have been said to have a large number of sugars that can have negative impacts on these conditions, mainly because of its counterpart amylopectin. It differs from traditional low carb diets in that it allows most fruits to be eaten other than bananas.
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