Smorgasbord Health Column – Food Therapy – The Humble Potato by Sally Cronin

It is always a pleasure to reblog posts which talk in common sense terms…Potatoes… I love them and have always said it is how you cook them and what you load it with which is the problem…A good post from Sally outlining the benefits and how you can enjoy your potatoes healthily…#recommended read

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

As a follow on from the recent series on the Weekly Grocery Shopping List of foods that contain the nutrients the body needs I am going to repeat my series from 2017 on the health benefits of some of our most common foods.

Food therapy is a broad term for the benefits to the body of a healthy, varied and nutritional diet of fresh foods.

Most of us walk through the fresh produce departments of our supermarkets without really paying much attention to the individual fruits and vegetables. This is a great pity because the vast majority of these foods have been cultivated for thousands of years, not only for their nutritional value but also for their medicinal properties. If you eat a healthy diet you are effectively practicing preventative medicine. A robust immune system, not only attacks external opportunistic pathogens, but also works to  prevent rogue cells in the…

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2 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Health Column – Food Therapy – The Humble Potato by Sally Cronin

  1. Richard Ramsey

    Hello

    On Mar 5, 2020 2:12 AM, “Retired? No one told me!” wrote:

    > CarolCooks2 posted: “It is always a pleasure to reblog posts which talk in > common sense terms…Potatoes… I love them and have always said it is how > you cook them and what you load it with which is the problem…A good post > from Sally outlining the benefits and how you can ” >

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