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How sweet it is for your health to eat sweet potatoes! Not only do they taste like dessert, here’s the latest research on sweet potatoes surprising benefits.

Believe it or not, sweet potatoes have been around for thousands of years. They date as far back as to some relics found in Peruvian caves almost 10,000 years ago.


  • Immunity Booster – Sweet potatoes are very high in beta carotene which is a major anti oxidant. Also, the iron and phosphorus in sweet potatoes aid in creating immunity boosters.
  • Anti inflammatory – The high amounts of vitamin C and magnesium give sweet potatoes the power to reduce internal and external inflammation.
  • Asthma relief – Not only does the sweet aroma of a sweet potato help clear the lung cavity but but its high amounts of vitamin A can greatly reduce bronchitis and asthma.
  • Bronchitis– The properties in sweet potatoes help reduce congestion and the sweetness is said to help warm the body. Sweet potatoes can greatly reduce the onset of Bronchitis.
  • Arthritis– Beta carotene, zinc, and magnesium are strong healing agent in sweet potatoes that help arthritis. The water used to boil sweet potatoes can also be used directly on the joints.
  • Digestion – The fiber content in sweet potatoes is very high and its soft texture make it easy for digestion. The high fiber gives sweet potatoes the power to fight constipation.
  • Prevents cancer – The many beta carotenes and high amounts of vitamin C help reduce the chances of cancer.
  • Water balance – The fiber and consistencey of a sweet potato help the body maintain its proper water level.
  • Stomach ulcers – the roughage in sweet potatoes helps to prevent constipation which in return helps in reducing the chances of ulcers due to the formation of acid from bodily blockages.
  • Diabetes – Sweet potatoes are very good at regulating blood sugar levels. It is  suggested that Diabetics can replace their intake of rice with a sweet potato instead. It is something a diabetic should not eat all the time but on occasion it is actually very beneficial for blood sugar levels.
  • Weight gain – For those of you wanting to gain muscle mass, sweet pottoes are a great source of protein and healthy starches.
  • Other Benefits – Sweet potatoes are also great for smokers and those quitting addictions, The high amount of beta carotene help reduce cravings. Sweet potatoes are also good for protecting the arterial walls from unwanted build up.