"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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Potatoes, cauliflower, mushrooms, garlic, and onions provide critical nutrients, such as potassium, magnesium…
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Potassium Content of Commonly Consumed Fruits and Vegtables
Abstract: New Metrics of Affordable Nutrition: Which Vegetables Provide Most Nutrients for Least Cost?
F as in Fat: How Obesity Threatens America's Future 2013
American Society for Nutrition (ASN) 2013 Satellite Session: White Vegetables: Addressing the Nutrition Gap
Dietary Fiber Content of Commonly Consumed Vegetables
Blood Pressure Management: Combining Diet and Lifestyle Factors for Success
The Impact and Consequences of Banning Trans Fatty Acids
Abstract: School Lunch Waste among Middle School Students: Nutrients Consumed and Costs
F as in Fat: How Obesity Threatens America's Future 2012
Abstract: The Role of Potatoes and Potato Components in Cardiometabolic Health: A Review
Study: Trends in Trans Fatty Acids Reformulations of U.S. Supermarket and Brand-Name Foods from 2007 through 2011
Study: Potatoes, Including French Fries, Contribute Key Nutrients to Diets of U.S. Adults: NHANES 2003-2006
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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