Organic Pinto Beans 400g

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      Beans, unlike other varieties, increase the production of vitamin B, lowers cholesterol levels and improves immunity. It is important to enrich our diet with colorful beans because of its dietary characteristics, anti-cancer effects have positive impact on the work of our mind.

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Health benefits

Pinto Beans (like any variety of beans) contain a lot of vegetable protein, so it is an important product in vegetarian and vegan diets. It is also rich in complex carbohydrates, mainly starch. Because of this, it is slowly digested and does not cause rapid rise in blood glucose and is therefore a good source of carbohydrates for diabetics.

Moreover, it is rich in soluble fiber, which promotes regular defecation and controls blood cholesterol levels. Reduces the level of "Bad" cholesterol, affecting the cardiovascular system and heart.

Pinto Beans is an excellent source of mineral salts such as potassium, folic acid and magnesium, positively affecting brain function. It is also rich in flavonoids, which are antioxidants that help prevent disease by fighting free radicals. They reduce the risk of cancer.

Oligosaccharides-carbohydrates, which are not digested in the human body but are a nutrient for bacteria of the digestive tract, are abundant in colored beans. The appropriate bacterial flora has a great impact on the better absorption of minerals from food, increases the production of vitamin B, lowers cholesterol and improves the body's resistance.

It is important to enrich our diet with colorful beans because of its dietary, anti-cancer and positive effects on the work of our mind.

 

How to use

Place the bean in water overnight (about 10h) before the intended intake. Ideal for dishes and soups.  White beans are often added to soups, stews, meats and salads.

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Nutrition Facts (100g)
Calories 1318 kJ
315 kcal
Total Fat
Saturated Fat
1 g
0 g
Total Carbohydrate
Sugars
66 g
0 g
Protein 17 g
Salt 0 g
Dietary Fiber 7 g

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