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If you’ve got the itch for starch, here are a couple of potato videos, potatoes in trash cans and sweet potatoes in containers.
Potatoes don’t really get as much notoriety unless they’re fried or stuffed. Spuds are a:
- Great source for vitamin B6, C, potassium
- Free of Cholesterol, fat, and sodium
- Low-calorie food (medium-sized spud ~110 calories)
- Great source for phytonutrients (caffeic acid, carotenoids, flavonoids)
- Member of the nightshade family
- High fiber content source (skin)
- Source of magnesium, phosphorous, and zinc
Enough of the petulant praising of potatoes, pals, here is a video of potatoes…and one of sweet potatoes!
Oh, here is the skinny on the sweet potatoes:
- Rich in beta-carotene
- Nutritious and high in fiber
- High in vitamins A, B5, B6, thiamin, niacin, and riboflavin
- Improve artery, blood, bone, muscle, and nerve function
- Are DELICIOUS, (objectively speaking of course)
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