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What is useful beans?

Galina Mirzahmedova
Galina Mirzahmedova
October 9, 2014
What is useful beans?

Rational nutrition is the basis for the normal functioning of the human body. Beans are one of those products that can provide a variety of nutrients, vitamins and minerals.

What is useful beans: composition

Beans are the product that can replace meat and fish, as it contains a lot of protein, it is absorbed much better than animal proteins - by 70-80%, and after all protein is the basis for building cells. Also in its composition found amino acids, carbohydrates, starch. Of the minerals in the beans a lot of calcium, iron, sulfur, zinc, copper, potassium.

What else is useful beans? It contains a number of vitamins that are necessary for the human body for healthy functioning.

  • B vitamins;
  • ascorbic acid (vitamin C);
  • carotene (vitamin A);
  • nicotinic acid (vitamin PP);
  • vitamins K and E.

Useful properties of beans

Due to the set of beneficial substances that make up the beans, it has an extremely positive effect on the body.

  • Stimulates hemoglobin production;
  • Good for the heart and blood vessels. Nutritionists recommend eating beans daily for various diseases of the cardiovascular system - hypertension, atherosclerosis, tachycardia, arrhythmias, etc .;
  • It has a diuretic effect, stimulates the leaching of harmful salts from the body;
  • The fiber contained in the beans stimulates the bowels;
  • Beans stimulate the potency in men. It has a positive effect on the urogenital system as a whole;
  • In connection with all the beneficial properties of beans, it is used in cosmetology, as it is able to smooth and improve skin condition.

Useful properties of beans do not disappear during heat treatment, preservation and long-term storage.


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