This recipe is from a Joe Cross book, Reboot with Joe Juice Diet
What was called in the Classical period of Rome ‘Law of Similarities’ every whole food has a pattern that resembles a body organ or physiological function and this pattern acts as a signal or sign as to the benefit the food provides the consumer (or enjoyer).
Sweet potatoes are said to resemble the pancreas in design and colour because they are tuberous, long and tapered, rich in complex carbohydrates, fibre, beta-carotene and vitamin C and B 6, sweet potatoes are extremely high in nutritional value.
The presence of beta-carotene in sweet potatoes helps the body fight free radicals. Sweet potatoes also help balance the glycaemic index — despite the irony of the word “sweet.”
These are all interesting facts but do they encourage you to want to believe in the natural power of fruit and vegetables to feed and heal your body and give you the results you require in lowering your cholesterol levels. Raising your vitality, increasing natural bowel function.
The power in simplicity of consuming a high fruit, vegetable and green leafy intake can and will give you what you need. Even if you live on a tight budget, I bake them. Sweeten chocolate brownies and grate them into vegetable stir fries with other vegetables.