Adzuki Beans are small beans, usually red, but can be white or black. Although the name “Adzuki” is Japanese, it is unknown if these beans originated in China, India, or Japan. However, these small beans have been around for more than 1,000 years. Adzuki beans may be small, but they are mighty! They are considered a super food because of high protein content, as well as, potassium, iron, magnesium, fiber and more. Adzuki beans are sweet in flavor, which makes them a great addition to savory recipes, such as soups, salads, and even pancakes or ice cream!
Weight loss fads can be hard to stick to because they leave you feeling hungry and unsatisfied. However, people looking to lose weight should add adzuki beans to their diet. These beans are high in fiber and protein and low in carbohydrates, leaving you feeling full for longer. Adzuki beans have less starch and absolutely no sugar per serving, unlike other beans.
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