Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Are all sources of carbohydrates created equal?

(FoodMinds LLC) Potatoes are often equated with refined grains due to their carbohydrate content. Yet, potatoes contain fiber, resistant starch, and micronutrients that Americans need more of. A randomized crossover study that included 50 generally healthy adults directly compared the nutrient quality and impact on cardiometabolic risk factors of non-fried potatoes to refined grains. Its findings demonstrate that potatoes did not affect markers of glycemia and was associated with better diet quality compared to refined grains.