10 Unusual Uses For Potatoes You’ve Probably Never Considered

By | June 7, 2021
10 Unusual Uses For Potatoes You’ve Probably Never Considered

Do you eat potatoes? Do you like them?

Potatoes are part of different recipes and can be found on most people’s plates. Did you know that potatoes are the fourth most consumed food in the world after rice, wheat, and corn? Amazing, right?

This tuber is originally from the Peruvian and Bolivian Andes and has been cultivated for more than 7,000 years. Its popularity comes from being a cheap food, easy to grow and cook.

But potatoes also have good nutritional properties. They contain lots of water and food fiber and are a source of carbs for daily life. They also have vitamins A, B, and C, vitamin E, minerals, and fats.

But, in today’s video, you will see some curious uses for potatoes in our lives.

0:00 Potatoes Uses
0:53 Alleviates headaches
1:04 Lowers fevers
1:13 Fights insomnia
1:25 Fights stress
1:36 Contributes to treat hypertension
1:51 Helps with rheumatism
1:57 Prevents constipation
2:04 Skin treatment
2:14 Helps alleviate the pain of muscle torsions

Did you imagine that potatoes could be used in so many ways besides yummy recipes?

In all cases, it is worth mentioning that no homemade recipe (in this case, with potatoes) can replace the health treatments prescribed by professionals.

When in doubt, always talk to your doctor!


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