Sweet Potato recipes

Sweet Potato recipes

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Potato Recipe

Potatoes are great staple food high in energy-giving carbohydrate, potassium, Vitamin C and natural soluble fiber to lower cholesterol.

A healthy way to cook potatoes is to bake, steam or boil the potatoes and to serve with low-fat dressings rather than frying. Steaming is a great way to cook potatoes as it retains more Vitamin C than boiling.

If you love mash potatoes, you can make delicious mashed potatoes with a little skim milk, stock or a little olive oil.

Easy Potato Recipes

If you have to eat just one vegetable, sweet potato is a good choice. Sweet potato is most nutritious vegetables around. It is high in Vitamin A, C, E, B6, calcium, iron, potassium and manganese.

Sweet potato is loaded with beta-carotene which is vital for good vision, bone growth and healthy skin, hair, heart and immune system. Our body converts beta-carotene into Vitamin A, an antioxidant that strengthens the immune system against bacterial and virus diseases.

Wholesome sweet potato is also a fat-free, low-calorie food full of complex carbohydrate. Sweet potato is also an anti-diabetic diet food that helps stabilize blood sugar levels and lower insulin resistance.

Sweet potato is full of natural soluble fiber to lower cholesterol level. One sweet potato contains more fiber than a bowl of oatmeal.

Sweet potato
should be stored in cool, dark and well-ventilated place, where they can be kept fresh for up to ten days. Do not put them in the fridge.


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