Does resistant starch improve cholesterol levels?

    Last Updated: November 1, 2023

    Some types of fiber, like psyllium, beta-glucan, and other soluble fibers, can lower cholesterol levels.[1] While RS can behave similarly to soluble fiber, most studies using RS have found little to no benefit on various measurements of cholesterol, including total cholesterol, triglycerides, LDL-C, or HDL-C.[2][3]

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