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Why you shouldn't eat sweet potato skin?

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The fiber content of sweet potatoes mainly comes from the peel. Therefore, removing it will decrease your fiber intake. Research has shown that the nutrients in vegetables and fruits tend to be concentrated around the peel. Thus, removing the peel can reduce your intake of nutrients and antioxidants ( 2 , 3). 3 сент. 2019 г.

Why you shouldn't eat sweet potato skin?

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