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How do Potatoes Fit in a Primal Diet?

12 days ago   |   By Mark's Daily Apple

Potatoes get a bad rap in many different health and diet communities. The keto and low-carb crowd says they're too high in carbohydrates and will spike your blood sugar. The paleo guys are against them because they are neolithic foods from the New World that our Paleolithic ancestors had no access to. The autoimmune diet communities eschew them because they have various plant toxins that can cause inflammation and trigger sensitive and vulnerable individuals, and the conventional “healthy diet” people recommend against potatoes because they're “empty white carbs.”
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