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Is It Possible To Be Allergic To Potatoes And French Fries
Rice cakes: You might try rice cakes which have much less saturated fat and a satisfying crunch. They are lower in sodium as well. Or try a crunchy whole grain cereal with some nut milk[almond milk is good]. Drink plenty of water and be aware that your craving is just a craving, not a need. ...Read more
Are sweet potato fries a healthy substitute for french fries? What's a good, healthy recipe for them?
Not really: The issue with fries is the fact that whether regular potato or sweet potato, they are generally prepared by deep frying which infuses a lot of fat into the fry. A better way to prepare them is to use raw potatoes so you know what you are starting with (prepackaged sometimes have salty and fatty additives). Then bake the fries instead of frying them. Good taste and healthier. ...Read more
Some restaurants are serving sweet potato fries instead of regular french fries. How do their nutritional values compare?
Are potato chips and french fries still considered vegetables? Are they bad for you even if they are cooked in "vegetable" oil?
Sort of, REALLY BAD: Technically french fries/chips are vegetables but are also junk food. When people are advised to eat veggies these aren't what's meant & don't count as credit towards servings. French fries/chips are very fattening, usually contain hazardous trans fats & have high levels of carcinogenic acrylamides. Baked potatoes have acrylamides too but less fat. See http://www. Livestrong. Com/article/439966. ...Read more
Is it true that potatoes will give you diabetes? Can potatoes give you diabetes even if you boil all the starch off the potatoes? French fries too?
Sweet potatoe: It is a much healthier choice.Get a more detailed answer ›
Recipe...: This is my first health tap recipe. Cut the sweet potatoes the size of french fries. (the thinned you cut them, . The faster they cook.) put them in a plastic bag with some olive oil and shake to coat them. (you can use a bowl if you wish.) bake in a 400 degree oven until done. Season to taste and enjoy. ...Read more
Read that French fries can be made in Phillips air fryer with little or no oil. Preparing French fries in this way is not unhealthy??
Likely more healthy: There have not been health outcomes studies done with air fried potatoes. It is likely more healthy to eat this than deep fried potatoes. You'd want to oil used to be heat stable so not to make trans fats. ...Read more
I'm not a junk food person, I cook, but sometimes I will some french fries from mc or anywhere else and I get nauseos. Why is this happening?
Probably allergy: Is it only the mc fries or any fries that make you nauseous? If it is just mc then you are likely allergic to something used by mc. If it is any fries, can you eat potatoes, such as baked? If any potato makes you sick then it may be something in potatoes that you may intolerant to. Please do some trials and see if you can narrow down the type of potato that makes you sick. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Both bad.: Hate to break it to you, but they're both bad - fried messes. If you're eating fast food, replace these with a side salad for a healthier meal. ...Read more
What is the healthier way to prepare a healthy french fries. Does frying them twice increases the fat content?
Try oven fries &...:
There's really no such thing as healthy french fries but some are healthier than others. Use organic potatoes- conventional ones are loaded with pesticides! Use relatively healthy oils- coconut oil & peanut oil do well at high temperatures- olive oil isn't good when heated high. Try oven fries or roasted potatoes. See http://zestycook. Com/healthy-homemade-french-fries/
frying twice is probably bad. ...Read more
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Probably not.: Salt, spices and acids such as citrus fruits can cause the tongue to swell. As long as it is mild swelling and not making breathing a problem, you probably have nothing to worry about. You may wish to avoid too much salt so the problem won't occur often. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Avoid greasy/fatty: I would take a break on the greasy/fatty foods for a few days while you are suffering from gastritis. Stay well hydrated and eat smaller meals more often throughout the day. Warm vegetable soup and other easier to digest foods tend to be better tolerated. Feel better. ...Read more
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