The purple sweet potato, also known as black potato, is purple to dark purple inside.
In addition to the nutrient components of ordinary sweet potatoes, it is also rich in selenium and anthocyanins.
In recent years, purple sweet potato has become very popular in international and domestic markets, and its development prospects are very broad.
Anthocyanins have preventive and therapeutic effects on over 100 diseases and are known as the seventh most important nutrient after water, protein, fat, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals.
Anthocyanins are the most direct, effective, and safest free radical scavenger found in the scientific community to prevent diseases and maintain human health.
Its ability to scavenge free radicals is 20 times that of vitamin C and 50 times that of vitamin E.
Purple sweet potatoes will become one of the main raw materials of anthocyanins.
Purple sweet potato contains abundant proteins, 18 kinds of amino acids that are easily digested and absorbed by the human body, 8 vitamins such as vitamin C, B, and A, and 10 kinds of natural mineral elements such as phosphorus and iron. Among them, iron and selenium are abundant.