Luckie’s Quick Tips: Transition With Sweet Potato Fries
Sweet potatoes are a great source of nutrition. I used baked sweet potato fries to wean myself off of french fries and you can do the same to help transition to healthier eating.
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Great source of:
- Beta Carotene, the precursor to vitamin A (a free-radical fighting antioxidant)
- Vitamin C for improved immunity
- Vitamin E which acts as an antioxidant
How to prepare
Purchase raw sweet potatoes and slice them into fries. Season to taste with turmeric, iodized sea salt, black pepper, and/or other spices. Oven-bake the sweet potato fries instead of frying them to maintain the maximum nutritional benefits.
You can purchase ready-made all-natural sweet potato fries (with sea salt or black pepper). Be sure to read the label and avoid breaded, cheesy, artificially flavored and/or artificially colored fries.
For optimal fitness results, balance exercise with healthy nutrition and high quality sleep.
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Sloan Luckie has the God-given purpose to uplift and encourage others—body, soul and spirit. This purpose is evident through the writing of his two books, Journey to the Jacksons: A Mother’s Bold & Extraordinary Actions to Make Her Child’s Seemingly Impossible Dream Come True and Body Under Construction: How to Build and Maintain Optimal Health at Any Age. His books are meant to inspire people around the world to adopt healthy habits and make positive and bold steps to live life to its fullest. Luckie’s inspirational aptitude has garnered great public and media attention. He has appeared on NBC’s “The Talk with Marion Brooks” (click here to see video interview), “NY1 with Cheryl Wills,” graced the pages of Syd Jerome magazine, and conducted companion food-shopping events, fitness demonstrations, and book signings throughout the country. Sloan also is the founder of Body Under Construction, LLC—an organization devoted to optimal health and fitness.