Why can’t humans digest corn?

There is a way to stay intact from the corn plate to the boob. The bright yellow kernels found in our favorite summer dishes in the bathroom after hours – do not seem to be digested. How does corn survive in the digestive system? More importantly, should you eat even food that is hard to digest?

It turns out that your digestive system works more than you think, so do not skip corn yet. Andrea Watson, a nutritionist at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, says the yellow kernels in your flower are actually the outer coating of the corn kernel.

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