Yes, sweet potatoes contain more sugar than regular potatoes but about half the starch in general.
The good thing is that both sweet potatoes and regular potatoes contain resistant starch which means the starch takes a longer time to convert to sugar in your body. Plus, unlike other sugary snacks, they are nutrient dense.
So satisfy that sweet craving with sweet potatoes!
The most interesting fact about sweet potatoes!
The incredible, edible kale.
Kale is a member of the cabbage family.
It's really easy to grow and is resistant to cold, so if you have some space to grow it, give it a try!
🌱 Kale is a terrific internal body cleanser.
🌱 Kale is beneficial for the digestive and nervous system (remember that gut/brain connection.
🌱 Kale builds up calcium content in the body.
Beets are one of nature's bodily cleansers, which is great to combat the toxic world we live in.
They dissolve and eliminate acid crystals in the kidneys, detoxify the liver and gallbladder, and eliminate acid material in the bowel. Wow!
Beets also contain contain natural chlorine, which helps wash away fat, which might otherwise build up in the cells of the liver, kidneys, and gall bladder.
They also stimulate lymph fluid and lubricate the intestines (ie. helps with constipation).
Welcome to Farmer's Market Friday
Each week I will feature a vegetable, fruit, nut, seed, or herb.
Farmer's Market Recipe Contest
Submit your recipe for any of the foods included in Farmer's Market Friday. I'll compile my favorites in and ebook (that I'll send you to you).
At the end of each month, I'll pick one winner out of a hat of all the people that submitted that month, to receive a free copy of Deborah Madison's cookbook, Vegetable Literacy or The New Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone....your choice.