The sweet potato is a tuberous plant that grows mainly in the tropics. White, yellow, orange and even sometimes purple in color, its richness in vitamins and minerals gives it an abundance of nutrients and antioxidants favorable to the health of diabetic patients, as well as to the entire organism. If sweet potato is still not a part of your diet, it might be time to incorporate it into your diet because of its many health benefits. Beta-carotene, vitamin C and a host of other elements essential to our metabolism, this perennial never fails when it comes to contributing to our well-being.
Benefits of sweet potato
- Reduces blood sugar in people with diabetes
- Improves eyesight and eye health
- Reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease
- Help with cancer prevention
- Prevents the risk of ulcers
- Facilitates digestion
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This product is offered by The Mater Market, a service of The Mater Service.