Why can't you digest corn?
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.
Corn is high in cellulose, which is an insoluble fiber that the body cannot digest.
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