There’s another nice bonus that this beans-vs-meat study shows. Not only are bean burgers better at filling the belly, they do it on fewer calories. A typical fast food meat patty tallies up about 230 calories (That’s for a regular-size patty. Large meat patties average 426 calories). Bean burgers, by contrast, average just 115 calories.
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Crunchy and nutritious, fava beans are the Pritikin Longevity Center’s food of the month.
Many cans of beans contain more than 1,000 milligrams of sodium per cup. So if you’re soaking and rinsing canned beans, you’re still left with 700 milligrams, which is about half what we should consume for the entire day. Rinsing canned beans | Disappointing results Eating soaked and rinsed canned beans, at 700 milligrams of…
Unfortunately, canned beans are often full of sodium – about 500 milligrams per half-cup serving. It would be real tough to stay within the American Heart Association and Pritikin Eating Plan’s guidelines of no more than 1,500 milligrams of sodium for the entire day if you were blowing one-third of your quota on one small…
Want to know how to live to 100? Eat plenty of beans, says plenty of research studies on the longest-living populations in the world.
Breakfast 1 cup of oatmeal cooked with nonfat milk or soymilk, topped with chopped pineapple and mango and 1 tablespoon chopped walnuts. Grapefruit 1 cup tea or coffee with 1 tablespoon nonfat milk or soymilk and 1 packet of sugar substitute Midmorning Snack 1 to 2 cups easy bean and veggie soup. Add leftover vegetables…
They are nutty. They are creamy. They are so delish they’re addictive. Fresh fava beans are in season right now, so pick up a big bunch from your farmer’s market. And get super-simple tips for how to cook fava beans right here.
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Here’s an easy spicy dinner. While your chicken is simmering on the stove, prepare a tasty quick-cooking whole grain like quinoa or brown rice (convenient fast-cooking versions of brown rice are now in supermarkets). And, in keeping with the Mexican theme of the evening, jazz up your grains with some fresh low-sodium salsa. Got leftover chicken breasts? Freeze them for future dinners or lunchtime sandwiches.