Sweet vs. regular potatoes: Which potatoes are really healthier? | Precision Nutrition
It's an age-old debate: the sweet vs. the regular potato. Which should you be eating for maximum health? Well, in today's article, we'll look to the research and crown an undisputed champion. In recent years, the sweet potato (but not the regular potato) has enjoyed "superfood" status among healthy eaters and regular exercisers.
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Just Peachy Yams nutrition
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What Is The Difference Between A Sweet Potato And A Yam? | North Carolina Sweet Potatoes
What's in a name? When it comes to the yam, a bit of confusion. The truth is what you've been calling a yam is most likely a sweet potato. Even more, it's possible that you've never even tasted a yam! That sweet, orange-colored root vegetable that you love so dearly is actually a sweet potato.
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Yam: Nutrition . Selection . Storage | Fruits & Veggies More Matters
Nutrition information for yams and tips on how toselect, store and prepare them. Health Benefits Yams and sweet potatoes are commonly confused with each other in the United States. This is because most of the markets label orange-colored sweet potatoes as "yams." Compared to sweet potatoes, yams are starchier and drier.
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Calories in Yam (Dioscorea), boiled or baked | Nutrition, Carbohydrate and Calorie Counter
There are 158 calories in 1 cup, cubes (4.8 oz) of Yam (Dioscorea), boiled or baked. You'd need to walk 41 minutes to burn 158 calories. Visit CalorieKing to see calorie count and nutrient data for all portion sizes.
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Yams vs. Sweet Potatoes: Nutrition and Recipes
One's kind of orange. The other is more of a light yellow. They both have thick peels, taste sweet, and are sold in the potato section of the market.
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Sweet Potatoes and Yams
Sweet Potatoes and Yams When are Sweet Potatoes and Yams In Season? Find Recipes with Sweet Potatoes and Yams Learn About Sweet Potatoes and Yams Teach About Sweet Potatoes and Yams
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What Are the Health Benefits of Eating Sweet Potatoes or Yams?
Sweet potatoes and yams are often used interchangeably in recipes, and many people don't realize there are significant nutritional differences between the two foods. While both are good for you, ...
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Calories in Candied Yams - Calorie, Fat, Carb, Fiber, & Protein Info
Calories in Candied Yams based on the calories, fat, protein, carbs and other nutrition information submitted for Candied Yams.
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Nutritional Research Foundation
The Nutritional Research Foundation is a non-profit organization designed to support, encourage, and promote clinical research to evaluate the impact of a high nutrient dense diet and related nutritional interventions on chronic diseases such as autoimmune illnesses, diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
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Sweet Potatoes: Health Benefits, Risks & Nutrition Facts
Although they're soft and creamy enough to be put in pies and called dessert, sweet potatoes are also a surprisingly nutritious vegetable. "Sweet potatoes are high in vitamin A, vitamin B5, B6, thiamin, niacin, riboflavin, and, due to their orange color, are high in carotenoids," said San Diego-based nutritionist Laura Flores.
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Yam vs. sweet potato: Which one's healthier (and what's the difference)?
The question: What's the difference between yams and sweet potatoes? Is one healthier for you? The answer: The terms yam and sweet potato are often used interchangeably in grocery stores. But they are two different starchy vegetables that deliver different nutrient profiles. In most cases, the "yams" sold in grocery stores are actually orange-coloured sweet potatoes.
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Yam, cooked, boiled, drained, or baked, without salt
FOOD SUMMARY Nutrition facts label for Yam, cooked, boiled, drained, or baked, without salt This feature requires Flash player to be installed in your browser. Download the player here. Download Printable Label Image Nutritional Target Map NUTRITIONAL TARGET MAP™ The Nutritional Target Map™ allows you to see at a glance how foods line up with your nutritional and weight-management goals.
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New Health Guide
Yams are vegetables which are very similar to sweet potatoes. They come from the Mediterranean, South America and Africa and are usually sweeter than sweet potatoes. In addition, they provide multiple nutritional components. Because of their densely packed nutrients, yams are one of the items considered to be "super foods."
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18 Amazing Benefits & Uses Of Yam (Suran) For Skin, Hair and Health
Yams are starchy tuber vegetables of West African origin. The yam vegetable has a lot of ritualism and symbolism associated with itself, especially in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Yam belongs botanically to the Dioscoreaceae family, in Dioscorea genus. They have been cultivated since 50,000 BC in Africa and Asia.
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Calories in Yam, Cooked, Boiled, Drained, Or Baked, Without Salt
Curious about how many calories are in Yam? Get nutrition information and sign up for a free online diet program at CalorieCount.
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Sweet Potato Vs. Yam Nutrition | LIVESTRONG.COM
Yams and sweet potatoes are botanically distinct, although the terms are often used interchangeably. Yams have pale flesh and grow in Asia and Africa, while sweet potatoes have bright orange or yellow flesh and grow in tropical regions of the Americas, explains the University of California Cooperative Extension.
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What Are Yams Good For? - Mercola.com
Botanical name: Dioscorea rotundata While yams appear very similar to sweet potatoes, they're quite different. In fact, they're not even related. Yams belong to the Dioscoreae or morning glory family, while sweet potatoes are from the genus Convolvulaceae. Yams (from the African word "nyami," meaning "to eat") have only one embryonic seed leaf, while sweet potatoes have two.
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What's The Difference Between Yams and Sweet Potatoes? - Good Food Life
We are invited to a friend's house for "Early Thanksgiving" this weekend, and I was asked to bring something. I volunteered to bring yams. Later my husband asked if I would make my famous sweet potatoes, and I had to wonder...is there a difference between the two? They're both yummy.
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