11. Sweet potatoes does not cause Diabetes:
According to a recent research, sweet potatoes contains low glycemic index scale. They are meant to reduce the insulin resistance in the body along with reducing higher sugar levels. They are also enriched in fibre and this is also an important thing that fights with type 2 diabetes.
According to another research conducted on both type 1 and type 2 diabetics, people with type 1 diabetes, who consume sweet potatoes as a part of their diet tends to have lower sugar levels in their bloodstream. While people with type 2 diabetes have improved blood sugar levels in their bloodstream, better insulin levels and lipids. This is all because of lots of fibre and sweet potatoes contains 6g of fibre with their skin on.
12. Sweet potatoes helps with the Vision or eye sight:
Deficiency of Vitamin A can cause poor eyesight, disturbed vision and weakens the outer segments of eye’s photoreceptors. If the deficiency becomes long lasting thin this may cause permanent blindness. This can be overcome with consuming beta carotenes and some essential nutrients. There are some antioxidant vitamins like vitamin C and Vitamin E, found in sweet potatoes that supports eye health and prevents the damaging of photoreceptors in the eyes.