Experts emphasize the need to supplement a yam-driven diet with more protein-rich foods in order to support active and healthy growth in infants
Except for potassium, vitamin B6 and vitamin C, yam is a food with moderate nutrient density. Yam provides around 110 calories per 100 grams. It has good levels of potassium, manganese, thiamin and dietary fiber, while being low in saturated fat and sodium. Yam generally has a lower glycemic index, about 54% of glucose per 150 gram serving, compared to potato products.
A Few Quick Serving Ideas
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