Sweet Potato Starch
Sweet potato starch are a rich source of fiber as well as containing an array of vitamins and minerals including iron, calcium, selenium, and they’re a good source of most of our B vitamins and vitamin C. One of the key nutritional benefits of sweet potato is that they’re high in an antioxidant known as beta-carotene.
Sweet potato powder
For a humble root vegetable, the sweet potato sure does have a lot going for it. The orange tuber packs 438% of your daily value of infection-fighting vitamin A and, like carrots, sweet potatoes are a major source of skin-protecting beta-carotene.
While bananas are often touted as the go-to source of potassium, a medium sweet potato has 28% more potassium than a banana. (The mineral helps your body absorb fluids to replace sweat losses.)
Sweet potato starch is used for many commercial purposes. In the food industry, commercial processors use the starch to make Asian noodles, sweeteners, beverages, citric acid and resistant starch, which provides health benefits similar to that of fiber.
While there are no single ‘superfoods’ that can prevent cancer and certain risk factors for cancer are unrelated to diet, there is evidence that eating a healthy diet can reduce the risk of cancer. Fruit and vegetables like sweet potato are high in antioxidants, compounds that help defend the body against damage by ‘free radicals’.
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