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HOME MADE KAMOTE TOPS TEA
CHAPTER I
Introduction
The leafy part of the Camote plant is familiarly known as the Kamote tops or Talbos ng Kamote, in Tagalog. Camote leaves are usually used as vegetables in some traditional Filipino cuisines. The antioxidants present in a Camote plant are believed to be mostly found within its leaves.Camote tops' vitamins and minerals help in boosting one's immune system to prevent the body from disease-causing bacterias. Among all the other plants, research studies have shown that Camote tops may be used as a remedy to Dengue fever. It is said to help increase platelet counts that would help recover from Dengue. Camote tops can also be used to treat other diseases or sicknesses like diabetes, heart disease, cancer particularly colon and stomach cancer, problems on bowel movement and high blood pressure. Eating vegetables can also fight obesity. Vegetables are excellent filler foods because they are low in fat, low in calories and high in fiber. It has a high nutritional value than the common potato. Background of the Study

The reason why we came up with this project is because we thought of having a nutritious vegetable like “Kamote tops” into a healthy tea. We chose Kamote tops because it is high in complex carbohydrates and dietary fibers. Statement of the Problem/Objectives

This study aims to find out if Kamote tops can be made into tea. This study aims to answer the question ‘What are the benefits of Kamote Tops if made into tea? Significance of the Study
Kamote tops is a type of plant that is known here in the Philippines, and it is commercially sold in supermarkets nationwide. This can be planted in our backyards and they are not hard to grow. It is also not expensive thus it has vitamins and minerals to keep us healthy. Scope and Limitations.

This study is only limited to make the production of the Kamote tops tea and to help the reader to understand its health benefits. CHAPTER II
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