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Why can't you digest corn?


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Corn has a lot of cellulose, which is insoluble fiber. Your body can’t digest insoluble fiber. If you chew more it will help to break it down for nutrients.

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Corn is high in cellulose, which is an insoluble fiber that the body cannot digest.

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