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Misplaced blame: In defense of the potato and other starchy vegetables

Potatoes have a bad reputation in our carb-fearing world, but that’s unnecessary, says Central Texas Food Bank dietitian Mary Agnew. Carbohydrates (which of course is found in potatoes) often get blamed for weight gain, she writes. But most people have a fairly vague understanding of the different types of carbohydrates, she writes. Agnew reviews the facts related to carbohydrates, saying[Read More...]

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