Dear Doctor: I keep reading about something called “resistant starch.” People are saying I should get it into my diet. Why is it so important? How much do I need?
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I need test, you need a test, we all need a test! Or do we? If you are like approximately 80 percent of the population, a test confirming we are positive for COVID-19 won’t change the doctor’s advice.