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        • Bio green Lentil

          Bio green Lentil

          Bio Class, Bulgaria
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          00 g Organic green lentils

          Green lentils are known as the most delicate variety of lentils.

          Green lentils do not crack easily, and their taste is more delicate, which makes it a preferred addition to salads. Lentils are the third most protein-rich plant food after soy and hemp, which prolongs the feeling of satiety. At the same time, it speeds up metabolism thanks to its insoluble fiber.

          Energy value 1485kJ / 350Kcal
          Fat 1.0g
          -of which saturated fatty acids 0.2g
          Carbohydrates 57.6g
          -of which sugars 5.0g
          Fiber 4.8g
          Protein 25.4g
          Salt 0.22g

          Wash and clean before use.

          Preparation: Boil the green lentils for about 30-40 minutes until soft.

          7 Health Benefits of Lentils

          Recently lens have become an indispensable delicious in my diet. Low in calories and high in nutrition, lentils are the perfect legume to eat in summer salads, spreads, crackers, and as part of a vegetarian cuisine. If you are looking for foods that are easy to prepare - the lens is right izbor.Tya is a compliment to any meal. The lens has a high nutritional value, which everyone can benefit, and to add something healthy to your diet.

          Eat lentils and reap its health benefits, including:

          1. Cholesterol is nothing to sneer - lens help to reduce blood cholesterol, because it contains high levels of soluble fiber. The reduction of cholesterol levels reduces the risk of heart disease / stroke / maintaining clean arteries.

          2. Cardiovascular Health - Studies have shown that eating foods high in fiber such as lens reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease. Lentils are also a great source of folic acid and magnesium, which are major factors in heart health. Folic acid lowers homocysteine ​​levels, a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease. Magnesium improves blood flow, oxygen and nutrients in the body. Low magnesium levels are directly related to heart disease, so eating lentils will keep your heart happy!

          3. Digestive health - insoluble dietary fiber found in the lens helps to prevent constipation and other digestive diseases such as irritable bowel syndrome and diverticular disease.

          4. Stabilize blood sugar - addition to the many advantages of fiber, soluble fiber traps carbohydrates, slows digestion and stabilizing blood sugar levels. This may be particularly useful in those with diabetes, insulin resistance, or hypoglycemia.

          5. Higher protein content - Of all the legumes and nuts, lentils contain third highest levels of protein. 26% of the content of the lens are attributed to the protein, making them a great source of protein for vegetarians and vegans do.

          6. Increases energy - increased lens steady, slow burning energy due to its fiber and complex carbohydrates. The lens is also a good source of iron, which carries oxygen throughout the body and is essential for energy production and metabolism.

          7. Loss - Although the lens cover all these beneficial nutrients such as fiber, protein, minerals and vitamins, they are all low in calories and contains almost no fat. One cup of cooked lentils contains only about 230 calories, but still makes you feel full and satisfied.

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