Quick Black Bean Soup You On A Diet
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Bean Soup Diet
Bean soup is a dietary wonder. Healthful and filling, bean soups provide protein, fiber, complex carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, flavonoids and, of course, robust taste, comforting warmth or refreshing coolness. There are many varieties of low-cost, high-nutrient beans--and most of them can be turned into soup.
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Beans' Antioxidant Load
Beans' skins are colorful indicators of plant chemicals and antioxidants that protect body tissues from excessive free radical activity. Science Daily reports that black, purple, red and brown beans are particularly rich in pigmented flavonoids; these beans include black, adzuki, pinto, kidney and anasazi beans. Yellow beans, which include lima beans and yellow peas, and white beans such as chickpeas and other light-colored beans, do not have as many pigmented antioxidants. However, the USDA notes that the soybean, a white bean, contains the antioxidant tocepherol, a form of vitamin E that protects cell membranes.
A Diet With Bean Soup
Bean soup takes bean nutrition one step further. In just one bowlful, bean soup provides not only beans' phytonutrients but also superior hydration and the benefits of herbs and spices, the spiciest of which can alleviate sinus discomfort and muscle pain and help with weight loss, according to a report from WPXI news. Bean soup's protein provision is legendary in wellness circles; any soybean-based soup will have "complete" protein, meaning it contains all 18 amino acids required by the human body; multi-bean soups combine different beans' protein to get all those amino acids.
Fiber and Water for Optimal Digestion
A diet of bean soup is profoundly good for your digestive health. Bean soup provides insoluble fiber, which helps your gut to perform optimally. Bean soup's high water content keeps the fiber from gumming up the system, so to speak. Bean soup can also help to thwart overeating. Water-based foods have proved more effective than water alone for controlling hunger pangs and calorie intake; with soups and hot cereals among the top choices for calorie-reducing diets, according to Weight Loss Resources.
A Bright Bean Soup for Breakfast
Breakfast can feature a chilled sweet pea and watercress soup with a topping of mixed berry yogurt, walnuts and cinnamon. The peas and nuts combine protein, the yogurt provides calcium and protein, and the cinnamon helps to moderate blood sugars, the American Diabetes Association reports.
Bean Soup for Lunch and Dinner
After breakfast, bean soup seems only normal. Your entire day could feature a succession of sweet, salty, creamy, clear, thin, thick, hot, cold and spicy soups -- the recipes are too numerous to count. Two healthful, creative options are All Recipes' Three Bean Soup, with 215 cal. and only 3.8 g fat per serving. The New York Times' Black Bean Soup With Spinach is a powerhouse of antioxidant pigments from the beans, garlic-based flavonoids, iron from spinach, and heart-healthy canola oil. If, for health reasons, you must significantly increase your calories, keep the bean soup and add calorie-rich avocado, olive and walnut oil, and cheese.
Quick and Easy Black Bean Soup
- Place bacon in a cold pot. Turn heat to medium, cook and stir until the bacon is cooked but not crisp.
- Stir in onion; cook and stir for 5 minutes, until the onion turns translucent and golden.
- Stir in garlic; cook for 2-3 minutes. Add chicken stock, turn heat to medium-high. Stir in oregano, cayenne and salt. Add black beans and water. Return to a simmer.
- Simmer on medium-low, stirring occasionally, for 20-30 minutes. While it's cooking, mash about half the beans to thicken the soup.
- Stir in black pepper and cumin. Add salt to taste.
- Make the relish by stirring together minced green onion, sambal paste, and lime juice.
- Serve garnished with relish, chopped green onions, and sour cream.
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Per Serving: 328 calories; 9.1 g fat; 44 g carbohydrates; 19.3 g protein; 22 mg cholesterol; 1662 mg sodium. Full nutrition
23.02.2018 2:48 pm Updated by Admin
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