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What is amylopectin?
  • Amylopectin is one of many branched chains that form starch.
  • About 75%-80% of starch is made of amylopectin and the rest is made of amylose.

Too much or too little: If you have too much of amylopectin, you have a risk of putting your Glycemic index at a high rate. Putting it at a high rate would include

little amylopectin have small and steady rises to help the insulin levels that make this healthy, BUT too much amylopectin produces large and rapid rise on insulin levels which is un-healthy.

Effects: If having too much of amylopectin each and every day you can quickly produce Heart disease and diabetes.


Chemical Formula : C30H52O26
















Citations

Info: http://www.chemindustry.com/chemicals/2493531.html
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Info:http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1O39-amylopectin.html
http://www.disabled-world.com/artman/publish/glycemic-index.shtml