The black beans are excellent for the health of our body, as they very rich in antioxidants and very important in the prevention of various degenerative diseases. The black bean is present above all in the culinary tradition of the Americas: we find it in the Creole cuisine of Central America, in the Tex-Mex cuisine of the south of the United States of America and in Brazil. These beans have a high nutritional value. They contain a high content of vegetable proteins (25%) and many nutrients such as fiber, enzymes and anthocyanins (antioxidants very important in the prevention of various degenerative diseases). They also have a high content of iron, calcium, vitamin B and folic acid, mineral salts and magnesium, phosphorus and manganese. The presence of the high fiber content means that they are excellent especially for those who suffer from constipation and want to improve intestinal function. They help keep your cholesterol level low in the blood, stabilize blood sugar levels, and reduce your risk of diabetes and heart disease. The beans are loved by those who follow vegan or vegetarian diets as they are a valid alternative to milk and animal proteins. Being rich in proteins, carbohydrates and minerals are useful for replenishing these beneficial substances in the body after carrying out an intense sports activity. They are a very energetic food and therefore not very recommended for those who want to lose weight. They are considered a very valuable food and can constitute a complete meal on their own from a nutritional point of view.
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