Kideny Beans Lower Cholesterol And Heart Attack Risk & Help Diabetics
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Kidney beans are also low in fat, and they lower cholesterol. Kidney Beans are a good source of protein and fiber, will stabilize blood sugar, lower heart attack risk, has manganese in them and provides energy.
Make a pot of turkey chili with kidney beans Make tacos using kidney beans in place of ground meat. Cooked kidney beans mashed or blended with garlic, cumin and chili peppers makes a great dip for raw veggies. Make a Kidney Bean salad with sour cream and chives
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