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Fill Up on Potatoes!

A buzzword that I’ve been hearing and seeing a lot lately is satiety, meaning the feeling of being full. But how do we achieve satiety and keep ourselves feeling fuller for longer periods of time, while also eating foods that provide good nutritional value?

Woman’s Day offers a short list of satisfying foods – including the baked potato! With 110 calories in a medium-sized (5.3 oz.) potato, that’s a small caloric intake for a feeling of fullness that lasts, not to mention the nutritional benefits packed into the potato.  If this post got you thinking about baked potatoes, visit tips and tricks to learn how to bake a potato without turning on the oven! Add healthy toppings like salsa, chives, broccoli, low-fat cheese, fat-free sour cream or Greek yogurt, and you’ve got a delicious and healthy meal in minutes.

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