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The healing power of kidney beans

  1. The brown bean is eaten all over the world. In the Netherlands it is important winter cost. Kidney beans do not actually fall into the vegetable category. It is a legume and a seed for a new plant. The brown bean is an educational aid for many educators; in schools, students are taught what germinating is with the brown bean. The brown bean is a very healthy natural product.


  1. Kidney beans are legumes which are a good basis for a healthy meal. Legumes contain a lot of proteins. Legumes such as peas, chickpeas and kidney beans are the best meat substitutes. Those who eat legumes no longer need meat at all. Many vegetarians know this and use lentils, kidney beans, mung beans and white beans almost daily. butter beans

Mineral rich legume

  1. The brown bean contains a lot of calcium and iron. Those are the only minerals that the brown bean contains. It also contains a little bit of vitamins B1 and B2. The brown bean is very rich in carbohydrates and proteins and is therefore an excellent meat substitute. Furthermore, the brown bean contains the amino acid

Phytonutrients in kidney beans

  1. There are many phytonutrients in the brown bean. Quercetin, kaempferol, and myricetin are the most common substances. These have an antioxidant effect and are a good addition to the 'conventional' antioxidants for the body

High protein foods

  1. In combination with whole grains, nuts, seeds, tempeh and tofu, legumes such as the brown bean can be an excellent substitute for meat in terms of protein. All things considered, a varied range of vegetable products is much more nutritious than meat. Meat is also known to be one of the main causes of cancer, although not much research is done as the meat industry in the world and certainly in the Netherlands

Good for the diabetic

  1. Kidney beans are, like all other legumes, super healthy. The three most important diseases of prosperity and death, cancer, cardiovascular disease and diabetes, are prevented by regularly eating beans. Because our everyday fruit and vegetables have deteriorated sharply due to depleted soil due to over-intensive use, pesticide use and industrial agriculture, there are fewer and fewer nutrients in fruit and vegetables. It is therefore better to consume organic food. Legumes such as the brown bean are very high in fiber

Against cancer and more

  1. The fibers that digest food better immediately help the diabetic because energy is absorbed more evenly in the blood so that there are fewer fluctuations in the blood sugar level. The fact that legumes also digest other foods better means that all kinds of vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients are better absorbed by the body to carry out their work. Many vitamins and phytonutrients have an anti-inflammatory effect. Inflammation at the cellular level

Against anemia and obesity

  1. Legumes provide iron

Boil them germinated

  1. When brown beans are a lot younger, they can be sold as green beans

Tips for eating brown beans

  1. Brown beans can be used in a one-pan dish. For this you bake cooked brown beans together with an onion, bell pepper and a few other vegetables. You can process them into purees. Brown bean soup is a well-known meal. It is less known that you can use brown beans in a salad when they are cooked. Mix a handful of cooked beans into a green salad to give it a more filling character and make it a meal salad. You can also use beans as a base for a salad, for example with quinoa or brown rice. You can then add corn, cucumber, tomato and cilantro.

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