Potato Health Benefits

Potato Health Benefits ...

Studies show that consuming potato vegetables reduces the risks of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and helps you to lose weight by making your hair thicker, increasing your energy and losing weight.


Vitamin B6 Structures Your Cells:


Even the high concentration of vitamin B6 is enough to count potatoes as a very important nutrient for your health. Vitamin B6 takes part in more than 100 enzymatic reactions. Enzymes are proteins required for chemical reactions to occur, so vitamin B6 is used throughout the body. Vitamin B6 is required for the synthesis of amino acids, which are the building blocks of proteins, as well as for the synthesis of nucleic acids. The fact that nucleic acids and amino acids are necessary for our body causes vitamin B6 to be a vitamin necessary for the structuring of every cell of our body. Protein centers and phospholipids in red blood cells also need vitamin B6 to build up .


Bone Health:  Minerals such as calcium and magnesium in potatoes contribute to a healthy bone structure.


Blood Pressure:  Minerals such as calcium, magnesium and potassium in potatoes also help you balance blood pressure.


Heart Health:  Properties such as fiber, potassium, vitamin C and vitamin B-6 in potatoes and the absence of cholesterol in potatoes are made into a useful food for your heart health.


Inflammation: There  is a very important nutrient called choline that helps you sleep, muscle movements, learning and memory in potatoes.


Cancer: It  reduces the risk of cancer by helping in the synthesis and repair of folate DNA found in potatoes.

Digestion and Balance:  Thanks to its fibrous structure, potatoes help regulate your digestive system.

Weight Control:  Thanks to the fibers found in potatoes, it plays a role as one of your great helpers in weight control and weight loss.

Metabolism:  Potatoes are a great source of Vitamin B-6, which plays a huge role in burning carbohydrates and proteins as glucose and amino acids and giving you energy.

Skin:  Collagen in potatoes supports your skin, acts as an antioxidant and helps your body repair the damage caused by sun, air pollution and smoking.


Potatoes, which are especially rich in vitamin C, can meet 30 percent of the daily vitamin C need when 1 medium size is consumed a day.


• It facilitates digestion and removes stomach gas.


• Because it is rich in potassium and low in sodium, it protects cardiovascular health and is beneficial in blood pressure disease.


• Potato, which is a vegetable rich in selenium, helps the thyroid work properly.


• Due to its abundant fibrous structure, it has the feature of working and cleansing the intestines.


• It is effective against constipation and protective against colon cancer.


• Being rich in B vitamins, it regulates the nervous system and is an effective vegetable against fatigue.


• Potato is an effective virus killer and strengthens the immune system.


• Magnesium, calcium, iron and zinc content is also high.


• According to studies, consuming potatoes raw is more beneficial than consuming them by cooking. Especially potato juice has protective properties against liver, gall bladder and stomach diseases.


• It cleans the blood by cleansing the body of toxic substances and has cell regenerative properties.