If you know the difference between a sweet potato and a yam,
your a better man than I am!
kitchen right now, I have burgers frying in a pan, salad in
a strainer and sweet potatoes cooking in water.
I think they are sweet potatoes!
Just lately I've had to make a lot of changes in my
food choices! I have not
been happy about this! But
when your digestion is affected
then it calls for
change. I've needed to put some more fiber into my food!
I've chosen apples and sweet potatoes for this purpose!
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I've been cutting up some apple pieces small pieces and and putting
them into my salads! I think they'd be good chopped
nuts and put into mashed sweet potatoes!
I've got some pistacio nuts in the kitchen too right now!
Oooo! I almost forgot! I also am using hydrolyzed collagen!
A fantastic supplement! I have the powdered
form! I'm sprinkling it onto my salads! The green leafy
type of salad! It doesn't taste like anything and it
does so much for us!
It actually will
repair the gut!
Everyone's gut is damaged
these days by our diets, the type of food
WHAT PRODUCTS I USE!
Here's the collagen I use!
Great Lakes Gelatin Collagen Hydrolysate Beef, Kosher!
"Sweet Potato Vs. Yam Nutrition! ~:>
"The biggest nutritional difference between yams and sweet potatoes is their vitamin A content. An 8-ounce sweet potato supplies a whopping 270 percent of your daily requirement for this vitamin, which is needed to keep your skin and soft tissues healthy, while the same portion of yams offers only 1 percent. Both vegetables are good sources of vitamin C, vitamin B6, thiamine and pantothenic acid, with 1 cup of sweet potatoes providing between 20 and 50 percent of your daily needs ..." ... more ...
Gut Health Project! ~:>
P.S. At my YouTube channel I'll be making more videos on this subject!
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A quick note! I take Apple Pectin any time of day, starting with one per day, then two per day at meals. But it can be taken without food. Vitamin D3 is an oil vitamin, so it needs to be taken with food. ~~~Nancy
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