"Higher in Protein and Nutrients Compared to All Other Beans"
This ancient Native American bean is very common in Central and Southwestern US and they go back over 5,000 years. Tepary Beans have a wonderful flavor with a creamy texture and they are sweet and nutty. And Tepary Beans contain more nutrients and protein than all other beans - Wow! Most people have never heard of these little beans but they are great because they are full of antioxidants, wonderful for heart health, great for weight loss, amazing for the digestive system, prevent cancer, and lower the risk of diabetes and so much more.
Their Look - Tepary Beans are also known as Phaseolus acutifolius and they are brown with black spots, different colors with black spots, black, brown, and also white, and somewhat flat in shape.
Needs Very Little Water and Easy to Grow - Tepary Beans grow in the South West and need very little water... and do well in desert and drought conditions. And they are super easy to grow and need very little attention.
Lowers Cholesterol - Great for Heart Health - Tepary Beans contain lots of soluble and insoluble fiber which helps to lower LDL or bad cholesterol and thus helps to prevent plaque buildup in the coronary arteries.
Lots of Antioxidants - Tepary Beans are very high in antioxidants and thus help to create good health and maintain youthful vitality.
Improves Digestion - If you want to prevent constipation, improve transit through the GI system, lower inflammation, and improve digestion in general then it's important to eat lots of Tepary Beans.
Lots of B-Vitamins - Tepary Beans contain lots of great B-Vitamins which help with vitality, good mood, and help to prevent birth defects, and work with every enzymatic process in the body.
High in Protein - Tepary Beans are high in protein making them great for vegans and vegetarians. In fact, they have more protein than all the other beans. And these beans are great for building lots of lean muscle mass for anyone who is getting older or a bodybuilder.
Low Glycemic Index - Tepary Beans have a low glycemic index which helps to prevent diabetes and helps with weight loss and it also helps to create long-term sustainable energy.
Great for Anemia - Tepary Beans contain lots of bioavailable iron which helps with the formation of hemoglobin thus preventing anemia.
Contains - Magnesium, Calcium, Phosphorus, Iron, Zinc, B-Vitamins, and Potassium. And Tepary Beans contain more of these nutrients than regular beans.
Good for the Brain - Tepary Beans contain lots of good amino acids and B-Vitamins which are important for the growth of brain cells.
Lots of Good Fiber - These beans contain lots of fiber for growing that 4 to 5 pounds of good bacteria in our gut. Most people only have a 1/2 pound of good bacteria and thus Tepary Beans help with promoting the growth of probiotics.
Produce Less Gas - Tepary Beans also don't seem to produce as much gas as other beans. So if you don't eat beans because you don't like the gas try Tepary Beans.
Prevent Diabetes - Because of all the great fiber in Tepary Beans and the complex sugar amylose which breaks down very slowly Tepary Beans are great for diabetics and prevent spikes in blood sugar.
Prevents Osteoporosis - Tepary Beans contain lots of calcium and thus help to prevent osteoporosis and bone loss as we grow older. And plant-based forms of calcium are the best because they don't leach our calcium like dairy products do over the long haul.
Helps with Weight Loss - Being full of fiber, full of protein, and metabolism boosting antioxidants help us to lose weight. And these wonderful beans also makes us feel full because they contain lots of great fiber.
Boosts Up Probiotic Growth - Tepary Beans create a good environment for the growth of probiotic bacteria in our gut thus boosting up our immune system.
Prevents Cancer - Tepary Beans contain lots of phytosterols and isoflavones which are powerful antioxidants that help to prevent and repair DNA damage and thus prevent disease and cancer. New studies show that Tepary Beans are also a protease inhibitor which helps to prevent cancer.
Anti-aging - Tepary Beans by virtue of lots of fiber, antioxidants, and DNA healing abilities slows the aging process and helps to prevent age-related diseases.
Cooking - You can use Tepary Beans just like any other bean and they cook just the same. You can use them in soups, stews, chili, in tacos, in salad and they can also be sprouted and used in salads and lots of other dishes. You can slow cook them, use a pressure cooker, a crockpot, and many other ways to cook them.
Finding - You can buy Tepary Bean seeds and the beans for cooking on amazon.com and eBay.com
Cost - I have found Tepary Beans on eBay for as little as $7.95 a pound.
New Studies Being Done - New studies are being done in Africa to see if Tepary Beans could be used as a drought tolerant bean in areas that receive less than 400 mm of rain annually... and so far it looks great... Tepary Beans could the be the beans of the future for Africa and other drought areas of the world.
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Dr. Paul Haider - Master Herbalist
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