Can a diabetic eat sweet potatoes?
Unlike other starchy vegetables, sweet potatoes are considered to be an "anti-diabetic food." Yes, diabetics can eat sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes contain carbohydrates which can raise blood sugar levels. However, if you eat the right serving size of sweet potato you can control the amount of sugar you take in.
Is Sweet Potato good for weight loss?
The high amount of dietary fibre, the low-calorie content, and the high amount of water, all work together to make sweet potatoes a great food if you are trying to lose weight. One of the main ways that sweet potatoes can help you lose weight is due to their high amount of dietary fibre.
There are a lot of vitamins and minerals in sweet potatoes and Aviko wants to respond on consumers' needs with the range of sweet potato products.
Aviko Sweet potato fries. There is known demand from children to be awarded for their accomplishments with fries. The brilliant way how to kill two birds with one stone. This reward is as healthy as tasty so children do not know the difference, you do. These kind of fries are experiencing growing interest among burger and street food lovers who prefers something with added value rather than regular fries.
Aviko Sweet potato gratins are a healthier option to classic gratins from potatoes and cream&cheese base. Your health aware customers will appreciate this vegetarian option on your menu. As the rest of Aviko gratins, here you have transparent cost control- stable weight per piece, long holding time, ready in just 20 minutes.
Aviko Sweet Potato GN Gratin is a sweet potato soufflé for preparation in gastro containers. Portions from this product can be adjusted up to your choice, option to prepare and serve in your ramekins!
And last but not least we offer you the Aviko Sweet potato diced comes in frozen (12x12x15 mm) and chilled version, cut to 25x25x25 mm cubes works perfectly as a light side dish, to salads, stews or soups. In the webpage or app in the inspiration section, we have a selection of recipes with cubes. Let's have a look.
Make your step forward to healthier options.