Ingesting large amounts of cornstarch should be avoided, although small amounts are commonly used for cooking with no perceived danger according to the Toxics Use Reduction Institute. Eating large amounts of cornstarch m... More »

Cornstarch is a carbohydrate, and excess consumption carries similar risks as high dietary intake of other carbohydrates. The main consequence of overeating carbohydrates is weight gain and obesity, reports Medical Daily... More »

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Health Guide Info claims that excessive consumption of raw cornstarch may result in anemia, malnutrition, and intestinal blockage, making it harmful to a person's health. However, cornstarch is acceptable is small amount... More »

The ingredients listed on the Miracle Whip label include water, soybean oil, vinegar, high fructose corn syrup and modified cornstarch. It also includes sugar, eggs, salt, natural flavor and mustard flour. Rounding out t... More »

No foods contain particularly high levels of vitamin D3, but egg yolks, fatty fish, cheese and beef liver all contain small amounts naturally. The primary health effect of vitamin D3 is in the absorption of calcium and t... More »

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Coconut milk is not particularly healthy, especially when consumed in large amounts. Just 1 cup of the liquid contains 445 calories and 43 grams of saturated fat, making it an inadvisable choice for people with heart con... More »

Foods that have large amounts of insoluble fiber include whole grains, whole wheat, nuts, seeds, brown rice and wheat bran. Other sources of insoluble fiber are zucchini, broccoli, onions, carrots, leafy green vegetables... More »

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