Sweet potato benefits and harms.
Yams and sweet potatoes think many people use sweet potatoes instead of potatoes for food, sweet potato analyze the benefits and harms.
At the moment, the sweet potato is grown in Africa, Asia and the Americas.
But in Russia, he also appears on the market for certain products and a mystery what kind of root vegetables.
The benefits of eating sweet potato to eat for sure, because it is rich in vitamins.
We can say that this vegetable is a source of great amounts of vitamins B1, B2, C, E, PP and folic acid.
There are as many proteins, carbohydrates, fat and proteins, as well as essential for the human body calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium.
Fiber is contained in the sweet potato is much softer than in potatoes, so it helps those who have problems with digestion.
Just more calcium and carbohydrates than potatoes that elevates it far in terms of higher than potatoes.
Proteins and carbohydrates contained in the sweet potato is much better absorbed by the human body, in comparison with potatoes.
When eating this vegetable strengthens the body, restores physical strength and mental abilities are activated.
To those people who have cardio - vascular diseases and diabetes, it is recommended to add the sweet potato in the diet.
For all its beneficial properties in sweet potato there are also disadvantages that can not be called an injury, but rather a contraindication for certain human diseases.
During pregnancy and lactation, this vegetable is best eaten in limited quantities.
When ulcers this vegetable is contraindicated, because it can irritate the lining of internal organs.
After learning the benefits and harms of this exotic miracle vegetable Feel free to decide for themselves is to add it to food or not.
Site is not a guide to self-medication. Before using certain recipes require mandatory consultation of the doctor!
Over creation of a site worked: Hunter Zullo, Tiffaney Hoseman, Malvina Schumucker, Gennie Hepner, Shantel Lunnon, Jacinta Bralley, Ilda Rossum, Josephina Katzmann, Shauna Puulei.
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