Eating black beans frequently reduce risk of heart attack and improve brain function.
According to a study recently published in the Journal of Nutrition, people who eat a portion of black beans per day reduce the risk of heart attack by 38 %!
The black bean is an assortment of regular bean, extremely popular to the Southern American continent, in the Latin American cooking. But this little, dark bean have been accustomed around the world. It can be found also in Cajun and Creole foods of south Louisiana as well as in Punjabi traditional food in India… and much more.
It is regularly called dark beans despite the fact that this can cause confusion with other kind of dark beans, but also "frijoles negros", "zaragoza", "judía negra", "poroto negro", "caraota o habichuela negra" in Spanish, and "feijão preto" in Portuguese.
And while other beans are also good for the heart, black bean is unbeatable for stimulate your intellect as it contains anthocyanins, antioxidant compounds which have been shown to improve brain function. Black beans is also rich in nutrients, including protein healthy fats, acid folic magnesium, vitamin B, potassium and fibers.