"In the food supply, potatoes provide more than 6% of dietary fiber to adults and almost 7% to children..."
The Alliance for Potato Research and Education (APRE) is 100% dedicated to expanding and translating scientific research into evidence-based policy and education initiatives that recognize the role of all forms of the potato—a nutritious vegetable—in promoting health for all age groups.
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Prevalence of Excess Sodium Intake in the United States—NHANES 2009-2012
Post-Exercise Glycogen Recovery and Exercise Performance Is Not Significantly Different between Fast Food and Sport Supplements
Scientific Report of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee
The White Potato: Where Is Its Rightful Place in Food Grouping Systems?
Sodium-to-Potassium Ratio and Blood Pressure, Hypertension, and Related Factors
Global Sodium Consumption and Death from Cardiovascular Causes
Urinary Sodium and Potassium Excretion, Mortality, and Cardiovascular Events
Historical Overview of Transitional Feeding Recommendations and Vegetable Feeding Practices for Infants and Young Children
Longitudinal Effects of Dietary Sodium and Potassium on Blood Pressure in Adolescent Girls
Dietary Quality among Men and Women in 187 Countries in 1990 and 2010: A Systematic Assessment
Investigating the Relationship between Food Pairings and Plate Waste from Elementary School Lunches
American Society for Nutrition (ASN) 2015 Satellite Session: Science and Policy: Adopting a Fruitful Vegetable Encounter for Our Children
Low Sodium Intake: Cardiovascular Health Benefit or Risk?
Association of Urinary Sodium and Potassium Excretion with Blood Pressure
APRE is a National Strategic Partner with USDA’s MyPlate and supports its message to “Make half your plate fruits and vegetables.” Learn More About MyPlate
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