This is another recipe share from Christopher J. B. Wild, Clinical Physiologist at Royal United Hospital, Bath.
He may well be right. Here’s what the ‘Cooking Cardiologist’ has to say.,
‘Apart from tasting great, why is it so good from a cardiovascular health perspective?
Beans (and legumes in general) are associated with improved cardiovascular health. Basically people who eat beans or lentils regularly live longer and have fewer cardiovascular events — things like heart attacks and strokes. They are high in fibre and so avoid peaks in blood sugar, leading to improved sugar and fat metabolism’.
There’s much more to love than a handful of beans though. Why not test out Chris’ greatest recipe creation and comment below?