"In the food supply, potatoes provide more than 6% of dietary fiber to adults and almost 7% to children..."
People need to remember that white veggies have a place at the table, too.
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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Global Sodium Consumption and Death from Cardiovascular Causes
Urinary Sodium and Potassium Excretion, Mortality, and Cardiovascular Events
Income and Race/Ethnicity Influence Dietary Fiber Intake and Vegetable Consumption
Fruits and Vegetables Displace, but Do Not Decrease, Total Energy in School Lunches
Mini-Guide: Meeting Your MyPlate Goals on a Budget
American Society for Nutrition (ASN) 2014 Satellite Session: Let's Chew the Fat: Current Thinking on Dietary Fats and the Food We Eat
Potassium Content of Commonly Consumed Fruits and Vegtables
Low Sodium Intake: Cardiovascular Health Benefit or Risk?
Association of Urinary Sodium and Potassium Excretion with Blood Pressure
Potassium Intake and Risk of Stroke in Women with Hypertension and Nonhypertension in the Women’s Health Initiative
Dietary Manipulation of Oncogenic MicroRNA Expression in Human Rectal Mucosa: A Randomized Trial
Starchy Food Consumption in French Adults: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Profile of Consumers and Contribution to Nutritional Intake in a Web-Based Prospective Cohort
The Impact and Consequences of Banning Trans Fatty Acids
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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