Sweet potato fries are healthier than white potato fries, as they have more fiber and vitamins A and C but less carbohydrates and calories. Vitamin A improves eye health, vitamin C boosts the immune system, and fiber helps to prevent colorectal cancer and manage weight by slowing down digestion.
On the other hand, white potatoes are more versatile and pocket-friendly, and they contain less sugar than sweet potatoes. Therefore, a person may opt for the healthier red or purple potatoes in place of the white ones, as they have more antioxidants and are more nutritious when eaten in their skins. However, since all fries have a high fat content despite their nutritional values, a person should eat them in moderation.