Nov. 24, 2022
Black beans are part of the popular legume family. Like many other types of legumes, they originated in Central and South America and have been used for centuries in Latin American countries. In the fifteenth century, Spanish explorers brought black beans to Europe, where they became popular due to certain special characteristics.
They are easy to grow
They have a long storage life
They have a strong flavour similar to that of mushrooms.
The most distinctive feature of black beans is their shiny, shell-like appearance. This is the reason they are sometimes called turtle beans.
Black beans have a satisfying texture and a mild sweetness. They are also very healthy, providing many important nutrients with minimal fat and sugar.
Black Bean Peel Extract is a natural extract from the skin of the original black bean extracted through modern biotechnology. It is widely used as an extract in the food industry and in medicine. The active ingredient is anthocyanin. Main functions: diuretic, anti-scorbutic and haemostatic.
Scientists have provided laboratory evidence of the potential health effects of anthocyanins on cancer, ageing and neurological disorders, inflammation, diabetes, and bacterial infections.
Black Bean Peel Extract
The antioxidants, fibre, protein and carbohydrates in black beans make them nutrient-rich. A diet rich in pulses can reduce the risk of many serious diseases and help your body process calories more efficiently.
The saying "the darker the skin - the healthier the bean" proves to be 100% true in relation to these beans. To a large extent, they owe their healthy qualities to their richness in flavonoids, which have strong antioxidant properties. These substances are responsible for the black colour of the beans' skin. In addition, black beans are rich in minerals, protein, fibre and certain vitamins. This makes them one of the healthiest foods in the world. This legume helps prevent and treat many serious diseases such as
Unlike many other carbohydrate-rich foods, black beans do not cause a rise in blood sugar. Studies have actually found the opposite. When people ate black beans and rice, their blood sugar levels tended to be lower than when they ate only rice. For people with diabetes, adding beans to a healthy diet can improve blood sugar control while reducing the risk of heart disease.
Research suggests that a diet rich in pulses may help reduce the risk of certain cancers, including stomach, kidney and colon cancers. Early studies in animals suggest that pulses may also help fight the growth of breast cancer tumours, but more research is needed in humans.
Rich in minerals such as phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, manganese and molybdenum, they help to maintain the strength and elasticity of bones and joints and prevent osteoporosis.
Studies have shown that black beans have the highest content of indigestible debris of all other pulses and lentils. They contain the best combination of substances that are extremely beneficial to healthy bacteria in the colon.
The antioxidants in black beans help protect your eyes from age-related macular degeneration and cataracts. A major research project by the National Eye Institute showed that when people at high risk of advanced macular degeneration took high doses of antioxidants, their risk of developing the disease was reduced by 25%. Antioxidants also reduced vision loss by 19% in the same high-risk group.
Studies have shown that eating pulses can lower total blood cholesterol and "bad" cholesterol levels. This may reduce your risk of heart disease. One study showed that eating one serving of dry beans a day could reduce the risk of a heart attack by up to 38%.
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