Water 78%, Protein 2.1 g, Strength 80 Kcal, Fat 0.10 g, Starch 18.5, Gross fiber 2.1 g, Grey 1.0 g, Calcium 7 mg, Phosphurus 53 mg, Iron 0.6 mg, Sodium 3 mg, Potassium 4.07 mg, Riboflavin 0.04 mg.
The vitamin-C present in potatoes can help prevent this disease, caused by a deficiency of vitamin-C. It is characterized by cracked lip corners, spongy and bleeding gums, and frequent viral infections. Since potatoes predominantly contain carbohydrates, they are easy to digest and facilitate digestion. This property makes them a good diet for babies or for those who cannot digest hard food, but need energy. The iron, phosphorous, calcium, magnesium, and zinc in potatoes all contribute to the building and maintenance of bone structure and strength.