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Lower your risk of cancer with this delicious sweet potato recipe

by , 03 September 2014

Sweet potatoes are on top of the cancer-fighting foods list.

They contain a high concentration of beta-carotene, which is a powerful antioxidant. Your body uses beta-carotene to make vitamin A, a vitamin that's an essential cancer-fighting nutrient.

And it's especially powerful when it comes to lung cancer prevention.

CancerResearchUK.org says eating foods containing beta-carotenes is the best way for your body to use the nutrient and taking a supplement doesn't do the same thing.

That's why today, we're sharing a deliciously tasty sweet potato recipe for you to try so you too can get your daily dose of this cancer-fighting nutrient.

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What you’ll need:
·         500g cooked, cooled and mashed sweet potatoes
·         2 cups of rice flower
·         2 teaspoons of ground cinnamon
·         1 teaspoon of baking powder
·         1 teaspoon of baking soda
·         1/2 a teaspoon salt
·         1/2 a teaspoon ginger
·         1/8 a teaspoon nutmeg
·         1 cup of unsweetened applesauce
·         1 cup of coconut water
·         4 large egg whites, lightly beaten
Mix the dry ingredients with the wet and place your cupcake holders into a muffin tray. Spray and cook the cupcake papers so they come out easily when cooked.
Pour the batter into the cupcake papers about ¾ of the way up, which allows room for them to swell and rise.
As they cook in the oven for about 30 minutes (or until you poke them and the stick comes out dry) whip up a batch of your favourite low-fat icing.
Allow the cupcakes to cool before you decorate them.
Now all that’s left is to taste them! We bet you’ll be surprised at how good they are.
But not only that, they’re healthy and contain that cancer-fighting superfood: Sweet potato!

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