Vegetable focus should be on fewer calories, less sodium

05/19/2014 | FoodBusinessNews.net (free registration)

A new study has found that vegetable consumption does not have an association with lower body weight as a whole due mainly to American preparation methods as well as high consumption of potatoes and low consumption of dark green or orange vegetables. The most popular form of potatoes eaten at home are potato chips, the study found. "Rather than simply eating more of their current favorite forms of vegetable-containing foods, Americans will need to add vegetables in forms that come with fewer added calories and sodium,” the researchers said.

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