According to a new research, higher consumption of legumes has the potential to lower the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes by 35 per cent.
According to the researchers of the study, a diet rich in legumes like beans, lentils, peas etc. could lessen the risk of cardiovascular, coronary heart disease and high blood pressure.
Much has been written about the classic combination of legumes and grains. There's a persistent myth involved, though: the idea that you have to combine the two to get a so-called complete protein, or protein ...
As the new year emerges, the world welcomes a fresh start, usually with hopes of a new beginning with some luck thrown into the mix.
If you're trying to shift your diet toward more nutritious foods - and, especially this time of year, who isn't? - you need to make friends with dried beans, chickpeas and lentils, if you haven't ...
Buy and eat more beans this year, first because they are good for your health and waistline
Sprouting is the process of germination of various seeds and legumes, by soaking them in clean water for a certain period of time.
As per the findings, publish in journal The BMJ, diets consisting of plant protein can reduce the risk of deaths from causes like diabetes, heart disease and stoke.
Resistant starch, which occurs naturally in foods such as bananas, potatoes, grains and legumes, may benefit your health by aiding blood sugar control, supporting gut health and enhancing satiety, new research has claimed.
There are many foods, specifically available and enjoyed during winters, that can help battle the cold months. They help you keep warm and provide nutrients that are most necessary for the body during this season. ...