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This year, the CDC spotlighted high blood pressure as a leading risk factor for heart disease and stroke. A study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology found that adding 1,600 mg of potassium a day can lower stroke risk by 21%! A single serving of potatoes has 620 mg of potassium, which is more than a medium-sized banana! In fact, skin-on potatoes rank highest for potassium content among the 20 top-selling fruits and vegetables.
According to the produce industry publication PackersNews' 2022 Fresh Trends survey: Potatoes ranked number one among fresh vegetables most frequently purchased! 🤩 In this survey, 62% of consumers said they purchased fresh potatoes in the past year. For the full details of this survey, click here!
"Long Live the Potato, the Original Superfood – It's time to reclaim the lowly tuber from the liars who tried to slander it." 🥔 This new article from Men's Health reveals the health benefits of eating potatoes and shares some delicious potato recipes. 📸 : Men's Health