Boiled Sweet Potato For Those Who are Dieting

@SIMPLYD (86588)
Philippines
November 14, 2017 3:35am CST
Do you know that some people eat sweet potatoes when they are trying to lose weight? Actually, my former officemate who really got fat used it to diet and lost weight. She’s now back to her sexy self. She eats a medium size boiled sweet potato instead of rice to go with the viand for her meals, she said, for her diet. A famous celebrity was said to be bringing to the set during her shooting, boiled sweet potato as her rice for her meals. She really had maintained a sexy figure even if she is already in her 40’s now. I love sweet potatoes. We would usually have it for breakfast. I put some butter on when I eat it. There was a time when I would eat a boiled sweet potato to go with the viands for dinner. I stopped because I was losing weight, which I don't like. Do you like the sweet potato? Do you think you can have it instead of bread or rice, when you go on a diet?
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@LadyDuck (189321)
• Switzerland
14 Nov 17
You can also eat normal potatoes, the calories are the same, 100 grams of potatoes is about 90 calories, 100 grams of rice 330 calories, you can easily see the difference. Rice is fattening. I do not like sweet potatoes, but I often eat a potato instead of bread. Rice is not something we eat often here.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
14 Nov 17
Yes, potatoes can be a substitute for rice also. I like potatoes too. However, potatoes here is expensive, compared to the sweet potatoes. Besides, sweet potatoes for me is tastier and has some sweetness. Rice indeed is fattening. It's our staple food here to go with our viands at meal times. I know that it's not your staple food there.
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@LadyDuck (189321)
• Switzerland
14 Nov 17
@SIMPLYD Potatoes are cheap in Switzerland and I do not like at all the sweet potatoes because they are too sweet. We eat mainly potatoes in this country.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
14 Nov 17
@LadyDuck To counter the sweet taste of the sweet potato I put butter, for my every bite of it. It is so yummy, the combination of thea bit salty taste of butter and the sweetness of the potato.
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@andriaperry (64087)
• Anniston, Alabama
14 Nov 17
I cant eat rice often due to diabetes but I do love sweet potatoes.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
15 Nov 17
Then you can eat sweet potatoes instead. Just a medium size will do instead of rice.
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@JudyEv (142272)
• Bunbury, Australia
15 Nov 17
I'll remember that so I love sweet potato. I am anxious not to gain any weight as I managed to lose quite a bit recently.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
15 Nov 17
Then you can use it instead of your mashed potato because with mashed potato you mash with it butter, i think?
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@JudyEv (142272)
• Bunbury, Australia
15 Nov 17
@SIMPLYD Yes, when I mash potatoes I use a little butter and some milk.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
16 Nov 17
@JudyEv I like mashed potatoes of McDo.
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@averygirl72 (16610)
• Philippines
14 Nov 17
I think I've heard of this before. My sister is not trying it she is fat. Maybe I should tell her. I like boiled sweet potato dip in sugar and milk
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
15 Nov 17
Yes, your sister can try this. Just a medium sized boiled camote instead of more than a cup of rice. It's the first time I heard that it's also being dipped in milk with sugar. Or maybe condensed milk?
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@averygirl72 (16610)
• Philippines
20 Nov 17
@SIMPLYD No powdered milk and sugar. I like doing it in my boiled kamote. I can't eat it without it
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
21 Nov 17
@averygirl72 Oh, powdered milk and sugar. That's nice to know that it could also be a dip of the sweet potato.
@allknowing (73355)
• India
14 Nov 17
I love boiled sweet potatoes. I just had one yesterday. Did not know it helps reduce weight. Wonder how it helps!
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
15 Nov 17
It is so fibrous, your metabolism will be fast. Instead of eating lots of rice to partner with the viands, you can eat a medium sized boiled sweet potato instead.
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@allknowing (73355)
• India
15 Nov 17
@SIMPLYD Good idea
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@Corbin5 (123254)
• United States
14 Nov 17
I do like sweet potatoes. We bake them rather than boil them, though.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
15 Nov 17
Actually, baking it is a very good way of cooking potato. It doesnt lose some nutrients when it is being boiled. The nutrients are intact.
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@lady1993 (20703)
• Philippines
14 Nov 17
sadly no, it doesn't seem very sweet to me. I guess i'll just have to stick to rice forever
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
15 Nov 17
Well, if you are not dieting, then you can eat rice not sweet potato instead.
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@TRBRocks420 (86199)
• Banks, Oregon
14 Nov 17
Yes, sweet potatoes are a very healthy food.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
15 Nov 17
Yes, that is true. Here it is cheaply sold in markets. Those who lives in the mountains and who plants camote always eats them. They are healthy people.
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@pitsipeahie (2274)
14 Nov 17
I'm not a fan of sweet potatoes but I do eat it sometimes.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
14 Nov 17
Here, usually, it is eaten for snacks. It is fried and with caramelized sugar. So delicious. But for those on a diet, it's just boiled.Instead of rice which is the staple food here, they eat this to go with the viands at meal times. What's your staple food there in your country?
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@jstory07 (72458)
• Roseburg, Oregon
14 Nov 17
I did not know that sweet potatoes will help you loss weight.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
14 Nov 17
Yes, because it is less calories than rice. And it really helps you in your metabolism since it is more fibrous.
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@thelme55 (15658)
• Germany
15 Nov 17
I think I will buy sweet potatoes tomorrow for my dinner. Are you sure we can lose weight for this? I will cook sweet potato everyday if that is the case.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
15 Nov 17
Yes, as long as you eat only a moderately big one. You boil a lot of it , then put keep some in the ref. Just reheat one for every meal instead of rice. Mas fibrous and heavy kasi kay filling talaga agad sa tyan (It's more fibrous and heavy to the stomach so you fill up quickly by eating it along with a viand. Unlike rice on which you eat two cups to be full.
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@thelme55 (15658)
• Germany
16 Nov 17
@SIMPLYD good tips. Thanks. I will go to Aldi this afternoon if I can find sweet potato.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
17 Nov 17
@thelme55 I suppose Aldi is an Asian store?
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@peachpurple (12765)
• Malaysia
14 Nov 17
I want to try this diet although i weigh 42kg
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
15 Nov 17
Are you trying to lose weight at 42 kg?
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@peachpurple (12765)
• Malaysia
16 Nov 17
@SIMPLYD hubby says that my tummy is bulky, need to shred off some more, maybe until 40kg
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
16 Nov 17
@peachpurple Mine too, my tummy is also fatty. It's what I am trying to trim however, it's the arms that are thin that gets thinner though. ha ha ha I have disproportionate extremities that's why. ha haha
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@Shellyann36 (11257)
• United States
14 Nov 17
I love sweet potatoes and they are full of antioxidants!
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
15 Nov 17
That is so true. And it is so fibrous too, so good for metabolism and dieting.
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@Shellyann36 (11257)
• United States
16 Nov 17
@SIMPLYD We had sweet potatoes last night with supper. Our neighbor stopped Keith in the driveway when he was coming home from work and gave him a grocery bag full. They were so good!
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
17 Nov 17
@Shellyann36 That is so nice. You just had a healthy food.
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@nangayo (2325)
• Nairobi, Kenya
15 Nov 17
I love sweet potatoes with my tea in the morning one a while.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
15 Nov 17
Yes, it is good with tea also. Actually with any other beverage. A good breakfast food indeed.
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@nangayo (2325)
• Nairobi, Kenya
15 Nov 17
@SIMPLYD And healthy too. I have heard that the Queen Elizabeth loves sweet potatoes
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
16 Nov 17
@nangayo See, even Queen Elizabeth loves it.
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@dpk262006 (56599)
• Delhi, India
15 Nov 17
I am not a fan of sweet potato because you cannot have it in a larger quantity or take it as a food. Once in a while it is okay.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
15 Nov 17
Well for those not in diet, they can just eat it when they feel like it.
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@dpk262006 (56599)
• Delhi, India
15 Nov 17
@SIMPLYD It is not available here through the year. We get sweet potato in winter months here.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
16 Nov 17
@dpk262006 Oh, I see.
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@wongchoiyee (7477)
• Malaysia
15 Nov 17
Yes I like as my mom likes it too.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
15 Nov 17
How do you like it cooked? Only by boiling?
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• Malaysia
15 Nov 17
@SIMPLYD boiling
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
16 Nov 17
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@tom_view (4421)
• Kolkata, India
15 Nov 17
that is great.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
15 Nov 17
Do you have sweet potatoes there in India? Are Indians fond of it, as food?
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@tom_view (4421)
• Kolkata, India
15 Nov 17
@SIMPLYD i ndians like potatoes.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
16 Nov 17
@tom_view That's good to know.
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• Philippines
14 Nov 17
I love eating sweet potatoes,too. I just love its sweetness.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
15 Nov 17
So you to love it. What do you like partnering it with? I like putting butter on it.
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• Philippines
15 Nov 17
@SIMPLYD I like to eat it plain.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
16 Nov 17
@eliza_godinez12 That's good, because butter is fattening. But I like it so much with butter.
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@Madshadi (9029)
• Brussels, Belgium
15 Nov 17
I only like them baked. And I eat them with white cheese.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
15 Nov 17
Indeed they are so good baked. The nutrients are intact unlike when boiled, it loses some of its nutrients by boiling.
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@Madshadi (9029)
• Brussels, Belgium
15 Nov 17
@SIMPLYD and they are crusty
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@allen0187 (34432)
• Philippines
15 Nov 17
I go on an intermittent diet and have recently stopped eating rice. I think it is working. Haven't thought of eating sweet potato but I'll give it a try.
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@SIMPLYD (86588)
• Philippines
15 Nov 17
Yes, give it a try, if you like to diet. You can boil a kilo and keep the others unpeeled on the refrigerator so that you can just get one for your meals to partner with the viand.
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@allen0187 (34432)
• Philippines
18 Nov 17
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