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Eating Beans Lowers Cholesterol

Eating Beans Lowers Cholesterol

Beans are nutritional powerhouses. Not only do they offer protection against all forms of cancer and facilitate in weight loss, they also lower and help maintain healthy blood glucose and cholesterol levels.

Beans are high in fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, micronutrients, protein, and low in fat, making them the perfect food for a nutrient-rich, Starch-Smart® program of Dietary Care Extraordinaire.

I also like to recommend Beans for Breakfast as a powerful tool in Controlling Cravings as you can learn in my video "Why We Do What We Do?". 

For More Information:

(1) Beans, Beans the Magical "Cholesterol Pill"?

(2) Can Eating Beans Promote Longevity?

(3) Beans, Greens, Squash and Yams

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