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Foods High in Starch nutrition charts

List of Foods High in Starch

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Cornmeal contains more Starch than 13% of the foods. 100 grams of Cornmeal contains 30% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Cornmeal
higher than 13% of foods Daily Value 30% in 100 grams
Cornmeal is also rich in Carbs, Iron and Vitamin B1
95% Carbs
88% Iron
84% Vitamin B1
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Pretzel contains more Starch than 13% of the foods. 100 grams of Pretzel contains 30% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Pretzel
higher than 13% of foods Daily Value 30% in 100 grams
Pretzel is also rich in Sodium, Carbs and Iron
96% Sodium
96% Carbs
88% Iron
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Spelt contains more Starch than 12% of the foods. 100 grams of Spelt contains 22% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Spelt
higher than 12% of foods Daily Value 22% in 100 grams
Spelt is also rich in Fiber, Carbs and Phosphorus
90% Fiber
89% Carbs
89% Phosphorus
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Khorasan wheat contains more Starch than 12% of the foods. 100 grams of Khorasan wheat contains 22% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Khorasan wheat
higher than 12% of foods Daily Value 22% in 100 grams
Khorasan wheat is also rich in Fiber, Carbs and Magnesium
90% Fiber
90% Carbs
87% Magnesium
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Teff contains more Starch than 11% of the foods. 100 grams of Teff contains 15% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Teff
higher than 11% of foods Daily Value 15% in 100 grams
Teff is also rich in Iron, Carbs and Phosphorus
92% Iron
91% Carbs
89% Phosphorus
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Bean contains more Starch than 11% of the foods. 100 grams of Bean contains 14% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Bean
higher than 11% of foods Daily Value 14% in 100 grams
Bean is also rich in Potassium, Fiber and Iron
94% Potassium
92% Fiber
90% Iron
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Brown rice contains more Starch than 10% of the foods. 100 grams of Brown rice contains 10% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Brown rice
higher than 10% of foods Daily Value 10% in 100 grams
Brown rice is also rich in Magnesium, Carbs and Manganese
74% Magnesium
71% Carbs
68% Manganese
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Cashew contains more Starch than 10% of the foods. 100 grams of Cashew contains 10% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Cashew
higher than 10% of foods Daily Value 10% in 100 grams
Cashew is also rich in Calories, Fats and Iron
96% Calories
96% Fats
92% Iron
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Amaranth grain contains more Starch than 8% of the foods. 100 grams of Amaranth grain contains 7% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Amaranth grain
higher than 8% of foods Daily Value 7% in 100 grams
Amaranth grain is also rich in Magnesium, Water and Manganese
82% Magnesium
71% Water
67% Manganese
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Potato contains more Starch than 7% of the foods. 100 grams of Potato contains 6% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Potato
higher than 7% of foods Daily Value 6% in 100 grams
Potato is also rich in Potassium, Vitamin C and Water
84% Potassium
81% Vitamin C
77% Water
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Maize contains more Starch than 5% of the foods. 100 grams of Maize contains 2% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Maize
higher than 5% of foods Daily Value 2% in 100 grams
Maize is also rich in Magnesium, Water and Vitamin C
73% Magnesium
73% Water
73% Vitamin C
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Banana contains more Starch than 5% of the foods. 100 grams of Banana contains 2% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Banana
higher than 5% of foods Daily Value 2% in 100 grams
Banana is also rich in Potassium, Vitamin C and Water
76% Potassium
75% Vitamin C
71% Water
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Prune contains more Starch than 5% of the foods. 100 grams of Prune contains 2% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Prune
higher than 5% of foods Daily Value 2% in 100 grams
Prune is also rich in Potassium, Fiber and Carbs
92% Potassium
86% Fiber
86% Carbs
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Peanut butter contains more Starch than 5% of the foods. 100 grams of Peanut butter contains 1% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Peanut butter
higher than 5% of foods Daily Value 1% in 100 grams
Peanut butter is also rich in Calories, Fats and Monounsaturated Fat
97% Calories
97% Fats
91% Monounsaturated Fat
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Sugar substitute contains more Starch than 5% of the foods. 100 grams of Sugar substitute contains 1% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Sugar substitute
higher than 5% of foods Daily Value 1% in 100 grams
Sugar substitute is also rich in Carbs, Calcium and Ash
98% Carbs
95% Calcium
91% Ash
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Raisin contains more Starch than 5% of the foods. 100 grams of Raisin contains 1% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Raisin
higher than 5% of foods Daily Value 1% in 100 grams
Raisin is also rich in Carbs, Potassium and Sugars
95% Carbs
92% Potassium
78% Sugars
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Pistachio contains more Starch than 4% of the foods. 100 grams of Pistachio contains 1% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Pistachio
higher than 4% of foods Daily Value 1% in 100 grams
Pistachio is also rich in Calories, Fats and Potassium
97% Calories
96% Fats
93% Potassium
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Carrot contains more Starch than 4% of the foods. 100 grams of Carrot contains 1% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Carrot
higher than 4% of foods Daily Value 1% in 100 grams
Carrot is also rich in Vitamin A, Water and Vitamin A, RAE
91% Vitamin A
89% Water
81% Vitamin A, RAE
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Macadamia contains more Starch than 4% of the foods. 100 grams of Macadamia contains 0% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Macadamia
higher than 4% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Macadamia is also rich in Calories, Fats and Monounsaturated Fat
99% Calories
98% Fats
92% Monounsaturated Fat
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Green bean contains more Starch than 4% of the foods. 100 grams of Green bean contains 0% of the Starch that you need to consume daily. Green bean
higher than 4% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Green bean is also rich in Water, Vitamin A and Vitamin C
92% Water
78% Vitamin A
77% Vitamin C
Cornmeal
Cornmeal
Pretzel
Pretzel
Spelt
Spelt
Khorasan wheat
Khorasan wheat
Teff
Teff
Bean
Bean
Brown rice
Brown rice
Cashew
Cashew
Amaranth grain
Amaranth grain
Potato
Potato
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