SWEET POTATO CAMOTE FLOUR, ARTISINAL MADE FROM 10 LBS
Ingredients: Fresh and dehydrated Sweet Potato gluten-free
MOQ: 10 lbs case
Packing: 2 lbs bag
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SWEET POTATO FLOUR, ARTISINAL MADE
Sweet potato flour is gluten-free and nutritious. It can be used in the making of a number of pies, brownies, casseroles, soups, burritos, and side dishes. Sweet potato flour has a long shelf life and can be stored in a much smaller space than you would need to store raw sweet potatoes. You can add boiling water to this flour to make a puree, and use it to make a wide range of dishes. The only intensive thing you have to do while making sweet potato flour is to let the sweet potatoes dry out first completely.
Sweet Potato Flour Benefits
Sweet potatoes have a low-fat content and are a source of antioxidants, such as beta-carotene and anthocyanins, which help protect the body's cells against the effects of free radicals, preventing early aging.
1. Prevents premature aging
The sweet potato, mainly the orange one, has excellent amounts of beta-carotene, which is converted in the body into vitamin A. In addition, being a vegetable rich in vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that protects the body's cells against inflammation and radicals free, sweet potatoes promote firmer, wrinkle-free skin.
2. Balances gut health
Because it is rich in soluble and insoluble fibers, especially when eaten cooked and in the shell, sweet potatoes help form the fecal bolus and stimulate bowel movements, fighting constipation. See a list of other high-fiber foods.
In addition, the sweet potato works as a natural prebiotic, since it is a food source for the beneficial bacteria in the intestine, helping to balance the intestinal flora and preventing constipation.
3. Prevent diabetes
Despite having good amounts of carbohydrates, sweet potatoes are also high in fiber, which makes them low on the glycemic index. This means that it helps slow the absorption of sugar after meals, preventing spikes in blood glucose. This property of sweet potato is essential to prevent diabetes, but it can also be recommended in small amounts for those who already have this disease.
4. Promotes muscle mass gain
Sweet potato is a good source of energy, so it is highly consumed by those who practice physical activity. Also, because it has good amounts of fiber, sweet potato carbohydrate is released gradually, making it a good option for those who require energy for long periods of training.
5. Helps in weight loss
Sweet potato can help with weight loss, since it is a food with a high fiber content that increases the digestion time and permanence of food in the stomach, increasing the feeling of satiety and reducing food intake.
6. Prevents heart disease
Sweet potatoes, especially purple ones, are rich in anthocyanins, a type of antioxidant that improves the functions of the veins and decreases the formation of fatty plaques in the arteries, in addition to lowering "bad" cholesterol levels in the blood, preventing diseases such as stroke, heart attack, and atherosclerosis.
In addition, because it contains large amounts of potassium, sweet potatoes help eliminate excess sodium from the body through the urine, preventing high blood pressure.
7. Strengthens the immune system
Because it contains high amounts of vitamin C, beta carotene, and anthocyanins, sweet potatoes have good antioxidant action in the body, strengthening the immune system and preventing diseases such as colds and flu, as well as improving wound healing.
8. Prevents some types of cancer
Sweet potatoes have excellent amounts of fiber, important for strengthening the beneficial bacteria in the intestine and maintaining the balance of the intestinal flora. This balance of bacteria is one of the important mechanisms for the prevention of bowel cancer.
In addition, sweet potatoes help prevent other types of cancer, such as prostate and breast cancer, since they are rich in antioxidants such as vitamin C, beta-carotene, and anthocyanins that protect cells against free radicals.
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