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Eating crispy 'french fries' may double the risk of death

Eating crispy 'french fries' may double the risk of death

Researchers have found that eating french fries may increase the risk of death.

Consuming  potatoes, tomatoes and cucumber in excess not a good idea – Here's why

Consuming potatoes, tomatoes and cucumber in excess not a good idea – Here's why

Dr Steven Gundry, a heart surgeon and cardiologist from California said that he found a link between memory loss and lectins, which are found in cucumbers, tomatoes, whole grains, soy, grains, peppers, sprouted grains and some dairy products.

How did potatoes, tomatoes evolve? Let a 52-million-year-old berry fossil explain!

How did potatoes, tomatoes evolve? Let a 52-million-year-old berry fossil explain!

The researchers from Pennsylvania State University in the US examined two fossil lantern fruit collected in an area in Argentina that was temperate rainforest when the plants grew, 52 million years ago.

Potatoes, bananas can do wonders to your health – Read

Potatoes, bananas can do wonders to your health – Read

Researchers examined the potential health benefits of resistant starch, a form of starch that is not digested in the small intestine and is therefore considered a type of dietary fibre.

5 foods that should not be refrigerated at any cost!

Here is a list of 5 food items that should not be kept in the fridge.

Eating potatoes four times a week can cause high blood pressure!

The study showed that participants who consumed four or more than four servings a week of boiled, baked or mashed potatoes, are at an increased risk of hypertension. 

Bizarre! Haryana farmer claims potatoes, tomatoes growing on same plants

Bizarre! Haryana farmer claims potatoes, tomatoes growing on same plants

The fruits have sour taste and look like tomatoes, Ranbir said, adding that on lifting the plants, potatoes were found in bunches of four to six.

Pre-pregnancy potato consumption may boost diabetes risk: Study

Eating lots of potatoes -- especially chips or crisps -- is linked to a higher risk for women of developing a type of diabetes that occurs during pregnancy, a study said Wednesday.

Scientist to grow potatoes on Earth under Mars conditions

Scientist to grow potatoes on Earth under Mars conditions

The increased levels of carbon dioxide will benefit the crop, whose yield is two to four times that of a regular grain crop under normal Earth conditions.

Cauliflower, potatoes, onions cut stomach cancer risk

You may want to start eating large amounts of white vegetables as scientists have found that they keep stomach cancer risk at bay.

Eating potatoes may cut stomach cancer risk: Study

Having 50mg of vitamin C daily, approximately two potatoes' worth, brought the risk down by 8 per cent.

Six amazing health benefits of eating potatoes!

Though potatoes are a high-carbohydrate food, eating them in moderate quantities won't make you fatter.

Haryana to export potatoes to Malaysia

Haryana State Agricultural Marketing Board will export one lakh metric tonnes of potatoes to Malaysia.