Dr. Oz Talks About How Black Soybeans Reduce Food and Hunger Cravings, Promote Weight Loss
On today’s show Dr. Oz spoke about a superfood that is at your grocery store and only costs a couple of dollars at your local grocery store! The latest food that Dr. Oz is excited about is black soybean. So, why this particular bean instead of any other kind? Dr. Oz said that black soybeans take a long time to digest because they are very high in protein. High protein foods like black soybean will keep you feeling full for long periods of time while helping you burn more calories at the same time. Not only that, since you will feel full you will notice that your hunger and food cravings are greatly reduced.
Benefits of Black Soybean
Dr. Oz talked about the benefits of this very inexpensive legume that you should be adding to your diet to help you lose weight as well as all the nutritional benefits you will eat from consuming black soybeans.
- Black soybeans are higher in antioxidants and have more protein than other beans.
- Black soybeans have less carbohydrates than other alternative beans.
- The high fiber content that are in these beans will keep you feeling full (Just 1/2 cup contains 7 grams of fiber!)
Increases the good cholesterol while lowering the bad cholesterol
Ways you can increase your black soybean intake :
- Add 1/2 cup of black soybeans to your salad. You will find that a salad will satisfy you more and you will feel fuller
- Make hummus using black soybeans instead of chickpeas. You will find that the hummus has a nutty flavor with less carbs
- Add black beans to your taco meat. You will be consuming less red meat without sacrificing that taco flavor!
- Use black soybeans when your making “lentils soup” instead of lentils. You will feel full because of the high protein content.
When looking for black soybeans in the grocery store, choose a can that is low in sodium.
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