"SUNCHOKES: A HUMBLE FOOD WITH MANY HEALTH BENEFITS - A good source of iron, potassium and thiamin, sunchokes are low in calories and high in fiber. The primary carbohydrate they contain is inulin, which has little effect on blood sugar and is therefore beneficial for diabetes or pre-diabetes." Source: DonnieYance.com
Jerusalem artichokes, or sunchokes, are tubers similar to potatoes when cooked. Jerusalem artichokes are delicious — nutty, crunchy when raw and super nutritious. High in complex carbohydrates and antioxidants in addition to many vitamins and minerals.
- Contain a good amount of inulin and oligofructose (type of fiber good at balancing blood sugar).
- Contain phosphorus (good for bones) and are packed with iron as well.
- Taste is similar to potatoes, but more sweet than starchy and they do contain a notable amount of C, A, and E vitamins.
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Nutritional Facts for Sunchokes
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Information for Diabetics
Inulin has minimal effect on blood sugar and is therefore beneficial for diabetes or pre-diabetes.
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