"Potatoes are rich sources of vitamins and minerals—especially the heirloom varieties," Metsovas says. "Most people are concerned with the starch component of potatoes, but they shouldn't be—the skin of the potato contains enough fiber to help slow the release of starch. And, combined with fresh or steamed vegetables and olive oil, you're getting almost ½ your daily allowance of fiber in one meal. Fiber is a win-win addition to your winter diet for regulating blood sugar."
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