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  They are not related to white potatoes. Sweet potatoes are in the morning glory family. They are full  of antioxidants and can help with diabetes. They are full of beta carotene and vitamins C and E. They  can play a role in preventing heart disease. Sweet potatoes are rich in complex carbohydrates and  low in calories. They around 117 calories in a potatoes. Research has shown they are good for  controlling weight and weight conditions like diabetes.

 Eating sweet potatoes are great for people who smoke. They help neutralize these molecules that are  bad for your health, such as beta carotene and vitamins C and E. They are a good source of fiber and  can help people with diabetes. The fiber helps lower blood sugar levels by slowing the rate at which  food is converted into glucose and absorbed into the bloodstream. They also can help people control  their weight.

 The connection between their weight and a healthy diet and blood sugar are important.  Since they are tasty you are less likely to eat fat foods. Research has shown that losing some weight  according to how heavy you are can be great for your blood sugar levels.

 Sweet potatoes also contain the B vitamins folate and B6 which help the brain as we age. Research has  shown that low levels of folate and B12 and high levels of amino acid were linked to slower brain  function in older adults.

 When buying sweet potatoes look for the best orange lush color. The richer the color the more beta  carotene and antioxidants. You need to keep them in a cool dry place and not in the refrigerator. If  in a cool place they will last for a few weeks. Make sure to store them dry and not wet. Store them  gently so you do not bruise them. It is important to store them correctly so the potato does not go  bad.

  You can cook them in a microwave for five to eight minutes until you can poke them with a knife  to make sure they are soft in the middle. There are many ways to peal and mash them with a little  butter and brown sugar.
 


 


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