You may have seen or eaten sugar, but did you know that there is a vegetable that is eaten worldwide and is also called sweet potato.

It is available in many colors such as orange, white and purple etc. While the volume may vary but all types are rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fiber.
Needless to say, it has enormous health benefits and can be easily incorporated into the diet.
Here you will find some of its benefits.
Too much nutrition

Sugar is rich in vitamins, fiber and minerals, and by eating it in 200 grams, the body consumes 180 calories, 41.4 carbohydrates, 4 grams protein, 0.3 fat, 6.6 grams fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, magnesium, vitamin B, potassium.  , Copper, pantothenic acid and niacin.
The antioxidants contained in it protect the body from harmful organisms.

These harmful free radicals cause physiological edema in addition to damaging DNA and are linked to cancer, cardiovascular disease and premature aging, so the use of antioxidant diets such as sugar has health benefits.  Proves to be seasonal.
Improve gut health

 Fiber and antioxidants in sugar are beneficial for gastrointestinal health, it contains 2 types of fiber – one unresolved and the other unresolved, our body cannot digest both types of fiber, which is why  Fiber provides many gastrointestinal benefits through being in the diet.  Certain types of soluble fiber soften the intestinal waste by absorbing water.  Both types of fiber increase the amount of bacteria present in the intestines, creating short chain fatty acids that serve as fuel for intestinal cells and keep them healthy and strong.

Fiber rich foods reduce the risk of colon cancer while protecting against constipation, while antioxidants in sugar can also benefit the gastrointestinal tract.
Possibly helpful in fighting cancer

Sugar contains many types of antioxidants that can potentially protect against certain types of cancer.
A group of antioxidants in purple sugar anthocyanins discovered in test tube studies that it slows down the development of certain types of cancer such as bladder, intestinal, gastric and breast cancer.
On the other hand, orange sugar, which is common in Pakistan, has also been discovered in test tubes in extracts and pellets, but the effects of these research on human remains to be seen.

 Support for healthy eyesight

Yolk is rich in beta-carotene, the only antioxidant that gives the orange color of vegetable.  Eating 200 grams of roasted peanuts with such wheels provides the body with up to 7 times the amount of beta-carotene needed for the day.  Beta carotene modulates vitamin E in the body and is used for receptors that detach light in the eyes.  Excessive vitamin A deficiency is a major problem in developing countries and can lead to blindness.  Beta can help protect against carotene-rich foods such as orange yam.  Purple sugar is also beneficial for vision. Test tube studies have found that the antioxidants contained in it protect the eyes from damage to the eye cells, which can be beneficial to the overall health of the eyes.

 Potentially beneficial for brain functions

The use of purple sugar can potentially improve brain functions.
Animal research reports discovered that antioxidants in this color yolk protect against brain edema and also protect against damage to free radicals.
Improvement of learning and memory functions was also recorded in rats using sugar antioxidant supplements.  These effects have not yet been investigated in humans, but a diet rich in fruits, vegetables and antioxidants reduces the risk of brain damage and dementia by 13%.
Strengthen the body’s immune system

Yam is the best source of beta-carotene, a nutrient compound that forms vitamin A in the body, which is essential for a healthy immune system with vitamin B, and it lacks physical defense against diseases.  Weakens.  In addition, it is beneficial for gastric lining, as our stomach is the first to suffer from a number of pathogenic pathogens, and a healthy stomach is an important part of a strong immune system.
Research reports have found that vitamin A deficiency reduces the ability of the immune system to respond to potential threats to the gastrointestinal tract.
There has been no scientific research in this regard, but eating it can help prevent vitamin A deficiency.
Note: This article is for general information only.  Readers should also consult your physician in this regard.