Potatoes: Good or Bad?

Potatoes get a bad rap—for some good reasons. But they can be part of a healthy dietary pattern.

If you are like most people in the U.S. (and the world), you eat a lot of potatoes. The average American eats over 100 pounds of potatoes a year—some baked, boiled, roasted, or mashed, but most in the form of fries and chips. Some shifts in how—and how often—we eat potatoes would be good for […]
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