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3 Reasons Why We’re Sweet on Sweet Potatoes

by Skinny Ms.

3 Reasons Why We're Sweet on Sweet Potatoes

If you’re only enjoying the flavor of sweet potatoes when you indulge in high fat and sugary  casseroles at the Thanksgiving table, you’re missing out. Not only are sweet potatoes so much more versatile, when prepared the right way, they offer a ton of health benefits! Discover tasty ways to add this superfood to your meal plan with some of our best sweet potato recipes, and learn more about the health benefits of this healthful food below.

You’ll love these SWEET POTATO RECIPES:
Slow Cooker Sweet & Savory Sweet Potatoes
Sweet Potato Quinoa
Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Mash
Oven Sweet Potato Fries
Sweet Potato Pancakes
Sweet Potato Crunchies
Winter Sweet Potato Salad with Vinaigrette Dressing
Sweet Potato Hummus


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3 Reasons Why We’re Sweet on Sweet Potatoes:

1. Sweet Potatoes are an Excellent Source Vitamins

Sweet Potatoes are high in Vitamins B6, C, and D, so they are helpful in fighting off a number of illnesses and conditions. They can help prevent heart attacks, and they play an important role in maintaining healthy body function. Plus, the Vitamin C is helps accelerate healing and maintains our skin’s elasticity, allowing us to stay youthful looking, longer.

2. They Can Build Immunity

Sweet Potatoes contain iron, which plays an important role in our bodies. It helps manage the production of blood cells and build a strong immune system. In addition, iron is responsible for providing energy to keep you going all day long.

3. Sweet Potatoes Can Help You to Relax and Fight Stress

The magnesium found in sweet potatoes is one mineral that is known for influencing the body toward relaxation. Magnesium is also necessary for healthy eyes, bones, heart, muscles, and nerve function.


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