Eat a potato-they're good for you!
People want to avoid carbs, but potatoes are really good for you. Zero fat, few calories...and full of vitamins and minerals. Just go for lowfat, healthy toppings.
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I ate a potato as kind of a meal everyday back in 2004, I used low fat and fat free toppings. I did this as part of my regimen and in 7 months that potato helped me to lose 70 lbs. I am having to return to those roots lately, and the "potato" will be once again where it should of been all along. I also switch to and from sweet potatoes every now and then. Either way, healthy and satisfying. I love 'em!
Mmm I love potatoes, and recently I've been really into sweet potatoes. I think I read somewhere that a serving of regular potatoes actually has more Vitamin C than a serving of OJ?