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Irish potato; 8 reasons why you should eat it more

The Irish potato is a riot of a vegetable filled with a variety of nutrients. The Irish potato was the largest variety of potato grown in Ireland in the 1800's.

Some of the nutrients packed into the Irish potato are:

Zinc sulfate, sodium, smagnesium

Calcium phosphate

Phosphorus

1. Reduces blood pressure: The Irish

potato contains potassium, calcium, and magnesium that help reduce blood pressure.

2. Weight control/reduction

Irish potato is satisfying and reduces so much appetite, so it makes a person feel full for a longer period of time without having to eat.

3. Digestion

Irish potatoes help in the prevention of constipation and promote a healthy digestive tract.

four. cancer

The presence of folate in Irish potatoes plays a role in DNA synthesis and prevents different types of cancer cells from forming.

5. Improve brain function

It helps in maintaining the health of the brain. The Irish potato contains vitamin B6, which is a useful brain chemical for the brain, and it contains other elements like phosphorus and zinc, which are good for the brain.

6. Prevent scurvy

Scurvy is caused by deficiency in vitamin C and it’s characterized by anaemia and bleeding gum. Due to the high content of vitamin C, it helps prevent the disease.

Just take a moderate amount of potatoes.

7. Rheumatic disease relief

The Irish potato contains magnesium, vitamins, and calcium that work together to help provide soothing relief for people who are facing rheumatic disease.

8. Reduces stress

Irish potatoes are a good source of vitamin B6, which plays an important role in keeping the health of your nervous system optimal.

It also renews the body's cell walls and prevents mood swings in humans.

The Irish potato helps in the secretion of adrenaline, a hormone that plays a role in stimulating happiness and relaxation.

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