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Are Canned Beans as Healthy as Home Cooked?

Michael Greger MD | September 23, 2014 | Health

Read More: beans, chickpeas, cooking methods, copper, cost savings, dietary guidelines, fiber, folate, iron, lentils, magnesium, phosphorus, plant protein, potassium, protein, sodium, split peas, standard American diet, vegetable protein, vegetables, vitamin B1

Beans are an essential part of any healthful diet. The federal government recommends about half a cup a day of beans, counting them as both a protein and a vegetable since they have the best of both worlds. Beans......

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Can Eating Soy Prevent Breast Cancer?

Michael Greger MD | September 18, 2014 | Health

Read More: abdominal fat, Angelina Jolie, beans, blood pressure, blood sugar, body fat, BRCA genes, breast cancer, breast cancer survival, breast disease, breast health, cancer, cancer survival, chickpeas, cholesterol, DNA damage, epigenetic changes, fat, hypertension, kidney function, LDL cholesterol, legumes, lentils, lifespan, metastases, mortality, phytonutrients, plant protein, protein, soy, soy milk, soybeans, split peas, tofu, triglycerides, vegetable protein, weight loss, women's health

In my video, Increased Lifespan From Beans, I discuss how beans may be the single most important dietary predictor of a long lifespan. But why do people who eat legumes such as beans, chickpeas, split peas, and lentils live......

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Eat Beans to Live Longer

Michael Greger MD | September 16, 2014 | Health

Read More: aging, Australia, beans, chickpeas, chronic diseases, dietary guidelines, elderly, flatulence, Greece, Japan, kidney beans, legumes, lentils, lifespan, Mediterranean diet, mortality, nutrition myths, peas, reversing chronic disease, soy, soybeans, split peas, Sweden

Beans, beans, they're good for your heart; the more you eat, the...longer you live? Legumes may be the most important predictor of survival in older people from around the globe. Researchers from institutions different institutions looked at five different......

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Why We Should Eat More Beans

Michael Greger MD | March 11, 2014 | Health

Read More: beans, blood sugar, bread, carbohydrates, chickpeas, diabetes, fiber, garbanzo beans, gastric emptying, glycemic index, gut bacteria, gut flora, insulin, lentil effect, lentils, metabolic syndrome, pasta, peas, potatoes, pre-diabetes, propionate, rice, second meal effect, sugar

                We’ve known for decades that beans have an exceptionally low glycemic index. You give someone cooked beans, peas, or lentils and they don’t even get half the blood sugar spike that they......

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Thanksgiving Recipes from The Chef and The Dietitian

Chef AJ | November 8, 2012 | Celebrities, Food, Green, Lifestyle

Read More: Chef AJ, lentils, raw, vegan, vegan holiday recipes, vegetarian recipes

Here are 8 easy, delcious and nutritious recipes from The Chef and The Dietitian.  If you have any questions about the recipes we are doing a live tweet chat on Wednesday, November 14th. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO   ......

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Do Eden Beans Have Too Much Iodine?

Michael Greger MD | July 5, 2012 | Health

Read More: beans, canned beans, Eden Foods, folate, iodine, kidney, kombu, lentils, peas, potassium, sea vegetables, table salt

I love canned beans. Legumes in general--beans, peas, and lentils--are among the healthiest foods on the planet, and canned beans make it easy to boost the nutrition of nearly any dish. They are packed with potassium, fiber, and folate,......

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Ask the Doctor: Q&A with Michael Greger, M.D. (Week 13)

Michael Greger MD | December 18, 2011 | Health

Read More: AMD, baking soda, beans, fructose, fruit, gas, genetic engineering, GMO, lentils, neti pot, nosewashing, raffinose, vinegar

This is another sampling of the more than 750 comments and questions I’ve responded to on NutritionFacts.org (so far!). Please feel free to leave any follow-up questions here or on any of the hundreds of videos on the more than a thousand topics covered on NutritionFacts.org.......