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.
Sweet Potatoes have more nutrients than regular white potatoes so yes a sweet potato is better for you than a regular potato. If you are eating regular potatoes be sure to eat the skin, thats where most of the nutrition is.
A sweet potato usually has more calories than a regular potato will.
Yes & Acutally its healthier that a regular potato! It also tastes a little better too!
It can better sweet a sweet potato because it already has a lot of energy used inside it
same as boiling a regular potato, its ready in less time.
I'm pretty sure a potato takes longer.
A sweet potato
Sweet Potato.. no question.
That depends on your personal taste.
Well if you cut it in half a sweet potato would be orange while a regular potato would be white! ^_^Sweet potatoes are grown in certain countries but not where you would usually grow regular white based potatoes. It is complicated. You can grow yams in many places regular gardens grow regular potatoes, but the sweet potato is a more complicated vegetable. Check with your local extension service ONLINE to see about growth of it in your state.People mix up or cross over which is yam and which is sweet potato. My choice is to eat which ever I have raw. Not cooked! Much more delicious!
That depends on who is eating it, if you like sweeter foods, or more bland foods. Personally I like sweet potatoes more ☻