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Is it Better to Bake, Boil, or Steam Sweet Potatoes?

Michael Greger MD | November 24, 2015 | Health

Read More: acrylamide, antioxidants, baking, beta carotene, bioavailability, blood sugar, blueberries, boiling, cancer, carcinogens, carrots, cooking methods, frying, glycemic index, infants, oxidative stress, roasting, steaming, sweet potatoes, vitamin A, yams

I previously talked about the cancer fighting properties of sweet potatoes (See Anti-Cancer Potential of Sweet Potato Proteins) and what would happen if you centered your diet around them (The Okinawa Diet: Living to 100). It seems that the......


Sweet Potato Proteins vs. Cancer

Michael Greger MD | November 19, 2015 | Health

Read More: affordability, cancer, cervical cancer, chemotherapy, colon cancer, cost savings, gallbladder disease, gallbladder health, greens, leukemia, mortality, mouth cancer, NASA, potatoes, protein, sweet potatoes, tongue cancer, vegetables, yams

Sweet potatoes can be considered a superfood. They are one of the healthiest and cheapest vegetables on the planet. (And one day, perhaps, even off the planet, as NASA has chosen the sweet potato for space missions.) A study......


Rainbow Roots-An Experiment in Creativity

Julieanna Hever, MS, RD | May 15, 2010 | Food

Read More: beets, carrots, CSA box, daikon radish, farm-fresh vegetables, fresh herbs, maple syrup, potato, produce, rainbow, root vegetables, yams

Every week, I look forward to retrieving my CSA box from the local elementary school cafeteria. I never know what I will receive in my crate filled with one day-old organic farm-fresh veggies. I view it as a challenge...what......



Julieanna Hever, MS, RD | April 16, 2010 | Food, Video

Read More: healthy recipes, Jon and Julieanna in the kitchen, jon ham, julieanna hever, pineapple, plant-based nutrition, simple meals, yams

Yams are not only filled with flavor but they are also nutrient-dense sources of energy.They are very low in fat but yield lots of energy and fiber with vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, folate, calcium, phosphorus, and choline.......