Secret Side Effects of Eating Beans

reduce your risk of heart disease.


The Archives of Internal Medicine found that, among a group of 9,632 men and women, those who consumed legumes four or more times a week had a 22% risk heart disease


11% lower risk of cardiovascular disease than those who ate them less than once a week. And for more ways to protect against cardiovascular issues, .

improve your cholesterol


Getting your cholesterol levels into healthier territory could be as simple as adding some more beans to your diet. A 2011 meta-analysis published in Cardiovascular Diseases


Data from 10 studies on 268 participants, individuals given a legume diet lowered their LDL cholesterol by an average of 8.0 mg/dL as compared to members of a control group

keep you satisfied for longer.


Try incorporating more beans into your favorite recipes. A 2016 study published in Food & Nutrition found that, among a group of 43 healthy adult men of normal weight


Those who were provided a high-protein meal with a base of beans and peas rated themselves as being more satiated afterward than those provided a high-protein meal

reduce your overall caloric intake.


Losing weight may be as simple as swapping out some of the meat-based dishes in your diet for ones composed of beans instead. In the same Food & Nutrition study


The group that was provided with high-protein meals with a base of beans ate 12% less afterward than those who ate high-protein meals with a meat base.

reduce your risk of colon polyps.


Colon cancer or have had colon polyps and would like to head future ones off at the pass, there's no time like the present to incorporate more beans into your diet


A 2006 review of research published in the Journal of Nutrition found a "significant inverse association between increased dry bean consumption and the recurrence of advanced  polyps

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