This compound was found to inhibit a key enzyme involved in tumor growth. They are also rich in anti-cancer polyphenols. A study showed that men who ate beans regularly had a 40% decreased risk of developing prostate cancer.
A six-year study tracking over 32,000 people showed that eating beans, peas and lentils only twice a week reduced the risk of developing colon cancer by 50%.
Beans are very high in fiber and resistant starch. Dr. Fuhrman book explains that resistant starch is resistant to being digested which means that lots of the carbohydrate calories in beans does not get absorbed by the body but passes through us.
About one half of the carbohydrate calorie in beans do not get absorbed by the body, which makes beans a weight-loss favorable food. Beans make you feel full, stabilize your blood sugar, protect you against cancer, and they help you lose weight.
If you eat beans on a regular basis, your body builds up the necessary bacteria to digest them so that you don’t have a gas problem. It's fiber digs out pockets in your colon and pulls out gases too.
This example show the correct ratio of fiber and proteins for our foods. No more protein/fiber needs to be added to the daily diet. It's legume's are the perfect foods and perfect on weigh issues. Esa sold his birthright for some. Ever wonder why?
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Worley’s ABC report on cryotherapy. Upon wearing that “Cold Shoulder” vest, the reporter turned to San Francisco State University scientists to determine how many calories she normally burned, then compared that to the amount of calories burned after 20 minutes of wearing the cold shoulder vest. Rising from approximately 1.4 K calories per minute to 1.52 K calories per minute, the calories burned before and after the test proved that the vest enabled a 7 percent or 8 percent increase — less than the tests that the cold shoulder experts performed and witnessed, which was a 10 percent to 12 percent increase. Either way, with cryotherapy being tested as everything from a lung tumor treatment, as reported by the Inquisitr, to a weight loss addendum, the interest in cryotherapy seems to be on the rise.