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  • Canadian Beans
    Unique attributes and nutritional advantages of all Canadian beans....
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    File credit: Pulse Canada
  • Peas, Beans and Lentils & CVD
    Research has shown that diets including beans and other pulses in your diet may reduce risk of heart disease and certain cancers.
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    File credit: This material has been made possible through Canada's Agricultural Policy Framework(APF), a Federal-Provincial-Territorial initiative.
  • Pulses: Cooking with Beans, Peas, Lentils and Chickpeas
    Canada's pulse growing areas, What are pulses?, Who should eat pulses?, How many pulses should I eat?, Top 10 ways to eat pulses, Buying, storing and cooking pulses, Soaking tips and methods, Cooking tips and methods, Freezing and pureeing 10, Recipes, Nutrition facts and much more!!!!
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    File credit: Pulse Canada
  • Pulses are a Superfood
    Clinical research over 40 years has shown that regular intake of beans or other pulses can contribute to a marked reduction in serum cholesterol and other blood lipids - major risk factors for cardiovascular disease.
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    File credit: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. This material has been made possible through Canada’s Agricultural Policy Framework (APF), a Federal-Provincial-Territorial initiative.
  • The Health Benefits of Pulses: Clinical Trial Findings
    From 2006 to 2008, the Canadian pulse industry supported seven human clinical trials to look at the connection between eating pulses and the prevention of chronic diseases. The studies, funded with support from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, revealed a number of positive health benefits in relation to eating pulses and the management of diabetes, heart disease and obesity.
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    File credit: Pulse Canada
  • The Glycemic Index
    What is the Glycemic Index of food, and why should we eat foods with a low Glycemic Index?
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    File credit: Canadian Diabetes Association
  • The Big Beautiful Bean
    10 quick and easy recipes
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    File credit: Ontario (White) Bean Producers, The Ontario Coloured Bean Growers Association, Agricultural Adaptation Council
  • The Health Benefits of Pulses: Clinical Trial Findings
    Investigating the nutrition and health attributes of beans, chickpeas, lentils, peas... Clinical trial research projects...
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    File credit: Government of Canada, Saskatchewan Pulse Growers, Pulse Canada
 
 

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