How Many Carbs In A Baked Potato?

Christopher Walker is back to talk about the health benefits of eating some good potatoes. He explains why potatoes are an activator of good health and why you should start including more of them in your diet.

Potatoes are a powerhouse for human health, packed full of vitamins and minerals that are necessary for human life. They have even been shown to reduce inflammation and help with cardiovascular health.

Potatoes are high in resistant starch, which is a good form of prebiotics that feed the bacteria in your microbiome and helps with improved insulin sensitivity, digestion issues, risk of colon cancer, help with absorption of minerals and increases butyrate.

Potatoes are a great source of energy and can help you lose weight. They are also satiety-inducing, meaning you will feel fuller for longer and have less hunger after consuming potatoes than other carbohydrate sources.

Potatoes are grown underground and are susceptible to absorbing pesticides, insecticides, and other chemicals from the soil they’re grown in. So make sure you get organic potatoes from a good source.

When cooking potatoes, you can use grass-fed butter, organic coconut oil, avocado oil, or cook them in a drizzle of lemon and olive oil and oregano. This makes a delicious potato that is insulin-friendly, digestion-helping, and super satisfying.

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