Cold weather sweet potato roast (recipe)

Try this to keep your taste buds (and immune system) cozy and happy
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cranberry and sweet potato roast
I don't know how it is in your neck of the woods…
 
But here in Chicago, I'm pretty sure even the snowflakes are shivering.
 
The last few weeks, I've been on the hunt for new ways to chase away the chill…
 
And I have to tell you…
 
This week's warm and wonderful sweet potato and cranberry recipe is really doing the trick!
 
Not only is this dish delicious, it's also packed with nutrient-TLC that'll help keep your body comfortable and strong.
 
The sweet potatoes are rich in immune-loving vitamin C and beta carotene...
 
And cranberries are renowned antioxidant powerhouses that can help you stay in fighting shape.
 
Plus, this recipe gets a health assist from everyone's favorite digestive and immune all-star, Just Thrive Probiotic.
 
The Probiotic's strains are so resilient…
 
They can be mixed into anything you're baking or roasting and stay fully potent.
 
So if you're feeling that winter chill, give this recipe a try.
 
Trust me, your taste buds (and your immune system) will thank you.
 
Tina
With gratitude,
Tina Anderson
Just Thrive | Founder
P.S. With NO-taste & NO-smell, Just Thrive Probiotic mixes well into whatever you're making… Giving you a super easy way to power up your immune system in any season.
 
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