Category Archives: Pulses / Legumes

Beans on Toast Versus Egg On Toast

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Beans, Beans, Beans

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Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce Do They Cause Weight Loss

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Vegan Protein Supplements: Pea Protein

A growing number of people are becoming aware of the benefits of high protein diets. Research suggests that high protein diets produce a number of health benefits including increases in skeletal muscle, increases in resting metabolic rate, decreases in body … Continue reading

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Pea Protein Versus Whey Protein Supplements

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Baked Beans Cause Weight Loss?

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Beans, Peas and Lentils: Weight Loss Foods

Pulses are the non-oil seeds of leguminous plants. Pulses that are common in the diet include lentils, chickpeas, beans and dry peas. Pulses have been suggested to aid in weight control, particularly in those who have developed insulin resistance. A … Continue reading

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Pea Protein Versus Whey Protein for Muscle Building

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Legumes as a Source of Starch

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Starch: Amylose and Alylopectin

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