What effects does the consumption of legumes have on our health? What changes do these types of foods cause in our bodies? How should they be replaced in meals?
According to a new study by researchers, eating a meal consisting of legumes such as beans, peas or lentils per day can contribute to having a balanced weight.
According to Canadian researchers, eating 130 grams (3.4 cups) of these foods known as legumes daily leads to weight loss of 0.34 kilograms.
According to researchers, eating these foods daily makes a person feel full sooner and eating them is associated with a significant reduction in bad cholesterol.
Canadian researchers led by Dr. Russell D’Souza, reviewed 21 clinical trials consisting of 940 men and women who lost an average of 0.34 kg of weight in 6 weeks by adding a serving of beans to their diet. they paid.
Legumes have a low glycemic index, meaning they break down very slowly. Therefore, they can replace animal protein as well as bad fats such as trans fats in food.
According to Dr. D’Souza, “Our new study is in good agreement with previous studies and shows that consuming legumes is associated with an increase in satiety by up to 31%, which can lead to less food consumption.”
14 April 1395 14:55
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