Potato Chips vs. Corn Chips: What’s Worse?


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Which is worse, potato chips or corn chips? Find out.

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0:00 Potato chips vs. corn chips: what’s worse?
0:40 Nutrition of potato chips and corn chips compared
3:30 Which one is better?
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In this video, we’re going to compare potato chips and corn chips—which is worse? Let’s break down the nutrients of both types of chips.

Potato chips (1oz):
Calories – 160
Total fat – 10g
Sodium – 170mg
Potassium – 350mg
Carbs – 15g
Fiber – 1g
Net carbs – 14g
Sugar – less than 1g
Vegetable oils – corn, sunflower, and canola (+ salt)

Corn chips (1oz):
Calories – 140
Total fat – 7g
Sodium – 115mg
Potassium – 0
Carbs – 19g
Fiber – 1g
Net carbs – 18g
Sugar – less than 1g
Vegetable oils – corn, sunflower, and canola (+ salt)

Both chips contain a lot of carbs and GMOs. Potato chips contain fewer carbs and more fat. Potato chips also contain a lot of potassium.

Overall, potato chips are the winner. However, if you’re on keto, you want to avoid both of these altogether.

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Thanks for watching. I hope this video helped give you a clear comparison of potato chips vs. corn chips. See you in the next video.
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