Everyone thinks about eating Play-Doh, but we actually do it! GMM #568!
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Want to watch the full one-hour-plus video of Dr. McDougall’s talk, The Starch Solution? If so, click here:
Recently a Harvard study concluded that potatoes are bad for those wanting to lose weight and be healthy. But is this true and accurate? Or another example of shoddy “science?” Well, if we are discussing French Fries, Potato Chips, and the standard versions of mashed, boiled and baked potatoes (covered with cheese, butter, bacon and sour cream) then yes, the potato looks like “bad news.” However, if we are talking about the plain old baked potato (which the FAO/WHO dedicated 2008 to the potato because of its nutritional and economical value), then no, this study has no impact on that.