HONEY (OLOYIN) BEANS (MAMA’S PRIDE) 1.5KG
Beans provide myriad health benefits, and they fit into several different food groups: Although they are rich in complex carbs like breads and starches, as a plant-based food, they feel right at home in the vegetable group, offering an array of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, like their veggie companions. They can also hold their own in the protein group, supplying protein aplenty. Unlike some other members of this group, beans provide little to no fat and are cholesterol-free. In fact, beans actually lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels instead of potentially causing them to increase, as some animal proteins have been shown to do.
- Honey Beans is high in Protein (for the building and repair of body tissues among other things) Beans contains complex carbohydrate for energy and protein. Because of this, beans are digested slowly, which helps keep blood glucose stable, and may curtail fatigue and irritability.
- It helps lower cholesterol thereby lowering risk of heart disease. Brown Beans contains folate (for body tissues that have fast cell production and turnover, such as bone marrow and the intestinal tract)
- Honey Beans also contains potassium (for the proper function of all cells, tissues and organs in the body). Healthy adults need at least 2000 milligrams per day, and 1cup of beans provide over 2296 milligrams.
- Aside from protein, complex carbs and fiber, beans contain a powerhouse of nutrients including antioxidants, and vitamins and minerals, such as copper, folate, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous, potassium and zinc. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans refer to many of these important nutrients as “shortfall nutrients,” meaning most of us aren’t getting enough of them. Beans can help you step up to a more complete plate.
- About 1/2 cup of beans provides 7 grams of protein, the same amount as in 1 ounce of chicken, meat or fish.