If you are eating the skin with your baked potato, then you are getting a great source of carbohydrates (starch), fiber and vitamin C. Potatoes are a wonderful staple that can be a part of a healthy meal -- as long as you continue to add a variety of foods to your diet. So, the effect is that baked potatoes contribute needed nutrients to a healthy meal plan. However, if you are not eating a variety and allowing most of your calories to come from potatoes, then you will be short of many other nutrients you need for survival. The effect would be to become malnourished or short of nutrients you need for survival.
A baked potato is a potato which has been baked in order to be edible.
Not eating the skin means that you are eating less calories.
As a potato comes from a plant the baked potato itself has no cholesterol at all. However if you put toppings on it before eating it that come from animals (e.g. butter, sour cream, bacon, cheeses, chili, salmon) the complete baked potato dish will contain whatever cholesterol there is in those toppings.
A baked potato has no fat, especially saturated fat. (provided you don't add butter!) And french fries are fried in fatty greases and oils...
I believe that a baked rotten potato smells worse than a rotten potato that isn't baked.
You can make the best baked potato with a tater baker bag in the microwave. Great for camping or a college student on the go.
Baked Potato = 200 caloires Gravy = 100 calories A baked potato and gravy are about 300 calories.
1 baked potato has 900 mg
god nos why coz i eat a lot of fries
it would be mashed potato but it would be baked style It matters not whether you boiled, baked or steamed the potato, the end result is 'mashed potato' Are you guys seriously arguing over this?
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A Wendy's baked potato with cheese is 280.
there is o fat in a baked potato unless you add something to it
Onlinecooking.net i have found twice baked potato recipes. Obviously Food Network has a vast variety of twice baked potato recipes. And the final twice baked potato recipe can be found on science of cooking
No a baked potato is not fattening. Often used in a healthy diet. Baked potato (jacket potato) are usually fattening due to the excess amount of butter/cheese/beans & other fillings.
eating a baked potato is like eating a cup of sugar. they are equivalent in sugar levels.Potatoes are high in starch which the body turns to sugar.
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how long will a baked sweet potato last in the fridge?
A small, plain baked potato is 4 points.
A baked potato and a sweet potato, if cooked and served with the same additions (or lack of them) will be about the same in terms of their impact on a person with diabetes.
Yes you can
There are 6 carbohydrates in 2 oz of plain baked potato. .
The amount of butter on a baked potato is generally up to the eater to decide.