Sweet potato promotes cell growth in the pancreas

Whole foods resemble the body parts they were created and designed to assist, naturally.

In this case the sweet potato resembles a pancreas because they are high in beta-carotene, which will help promote pancreas cell regrowth.

The sweet potato also contains Astaxanthin properties, which prevent the proliferation of blood vessels to cancer cells; thereby starving and killing the cancer.

Prevention of inflammation in the pancreas by the sweet potato will also help to prevent pancreatitis.

Consuming sweet potatoes cooked in coconut oil, roasted, steamed or boiled before being served with coconut oil, will benefit those with diabetes too!

Early prevention is much better than searching for a cure, thankfully we now know that live food is the cure; thanks to the advancement in food science. As always check with your Doctor before changing your diet.

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