February 09, 2021 1 min read

Health benefits of white beans

Just like other bean varieties, white beans are also very high sources of fiber. They are also a good source of protein, potassium, folate and certain vitamins such as B6 and C. White beans also yield significant amounts of iron and calcium. White beans contain vital nutrients that can help provide energy without raising blood pressure. Beans with nutrients like fiber, potassium, magnesium, and folate often reduce the risk of heart attacks. Their high fiber content makes white beans beneficial for lowering cholesterol, regulating blood sugar levels, and preventing cardiovascular disease. 

Why Organic White Beans? Part 2 - Nutrition - Be Still Farms Blog

White beans are very low in calories, which makes them great for weight management plans or diets. They are also a great choice for anyone trying to get more iron and magnesium into their diet, to prevent deficiencies like anemia. Our great northern beans and navy beans have no added sugars or sodium and are completely glyphosate free. They are USDA certified organic and contain no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives.

Stay tuned for next week's blog on cooking tips for our organic white beans. Check out our other blogs for more information on our organic ingredients here 

 

❤ Try our USDA certified organic Navy Beans and Great Northern Beans ❤

Yummy White Bean Recipes

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