Adzuki - Aduki - Azuki Beans
A very small bean from Eastern Asia. It is the second most popular legume in Japan after the soybean. These small, red beans are versatile and may be easten dried or fresh or even ground into flour to make sweet cakes. It is also popular in traditional Chinese medicine and macrobiotic diet. And now we can enjoy its health and nutrition benefits.
Vitamins - A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B9, C, K
Minerals: Potassium, Iron, Calcium, Cooper, Magnesium, Zinc, Phosphorus, Manganese
Protein: 23% ...
Antioxidant benefits, Prevent Diabetes, Gastrointestinal Issues, Brain Function, Reduces PMS Symptoms, Strong Bones and Teeth ...
Soak for 12 to 24 hours Cook for 20 to 30 minutes Use adzuki as a part of salads, soups, hummus, spreads, dips, sauces, sweet dishes, desserts.
Adzuki Beans cooks fast and very easy to use in many different dishes and recipes. Adzuki Beans has a very gentle flavor and this why it is used in sweet dishes and even desserts. And unlike most beans the Adzuki Beans relatively very easy to digest. Adzuki Beans is an excelent choice for your diet. Low fat diet. Gluten free diet. Weight loss diet. A great way to detoxify your body once a week is by adding Adzuki Beans to your diet. The Adzuki Beans is a powerhouse of minerals. Great for adults and children alike. Optimizes your cholesterol and sugar levels. There is a significant amount of protein in Adzuki Beans, which is a crucial element of our diet, particularly for vegetarians and vegans who don’t get protein from animal sources. It has a lot of health benefits but the most specific related to our kidneys , our liver and a reproductive system. It’s a very good food for preventing and healing heart diseases and diabetes. Use it as a skin exfoliator. Contains antioxidants. Fibre for your bowel health. The high content of folic acid, can prevent the development of birth defects in unborn babies.
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