Yard-long beans

Beans contain beta-carotene, chlorophyll, vitamins B1 and B2, protein, thiamine, riboflavin, phosphorus, iron, fiber, and pectin. Vegetables are useful for controlling blood sugar levels, treat hypertension, minimizes the risk of stroke, heart attack, treating constipation, and improve the functioning of the digestive organs. In addition, he also has diuretic properties (laxative urine) levels are. By taking it regularly can help smooth diyakinin urination.

In some countries, beans are used to treat rheumatism, arthritis, and urinary tract disorders. Also to keep the skin from acne problems, helping fuel the recovery Lukar, diarrhea, eczema, kidney disorders, and itching. For those at risk of developing breast cancer and leukemia can take advantage of this vegetable because it contains anti-cancer substances. There are also the content of antioxidants, antiviral, and antibacterial. He also can improve the function of red blood cells, curing the disease of sheep, overcoming back pain, and anemia.

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Yard-long beans. Scientific name: Vigna unguiculata

Yard-long beans. Scientific name: Vigna unguiculata

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