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Benefits of Pinto Beans

Pinto beans are popularly known as mottled beans and are native in Peru. They are high in fiber, iron, proteins, vitamins and fiber. Pinto beans have the same nutritional benefits as kidney beans, navy beans and black beans.

1. Lowers cholesterol

Pinto beans are great sources of natural fiber, which play a role in lowering cholesterol levels in the blood. This is not only beneficial to patients with heart problems, but also maintains low sugar levels in the blood after mealtime. Moreover, it forms a great nutritional plan for patients with diabetes, hypoglycemia or insulin resistance.

2. Antioxidant properties

Apart or lowering cholesterol responsible for cardiovascular diseases, pinto beans also contain substantial amounts of folic acid, antioxidants, magnesium and vitamin B6. Folic acid help reduce the production of homocysteine, an essential amino acids in metabolic processes. However, elevated levels of homocysteine in the blood cause increased risk of stroke and heart attack.

3. Prevents certain types of cancer

According to recent studies, consumption of legumes reduces the risk of breast cancer in women. Moreover, pinto beans contain essential minerals such as molybdenum, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and copper which improve function of the immune system.

4. Alleviates sulfite sensitivity

Pinto beans come in handy to individuals who are sensitive to sulfite. People with increased sensitivity to preservative foods often experience chronic headaches, disorientations, and rapid heartbeats. The molybdenum found in legumes help to detoxify the sulfites.

5. Fat-free


They form a great nutritional plan for those trying to lose weight, since they are fat free. In addition, they contain substantial amounts of minerals and hence are beneficial for lactating women, pregnant women and growing adolescents. Fibers present in legumes treat common digestive problems like constipation, acid reflux and bulk stool.