Dr Oz: Black Soybean Health Superstar
You have heard about some of Dr Oz’s favorite weight loss products and supplements through the years. But now you can add another one to the list, and this is an all natural superfood: Black Soybean.
Even though we may have never heard about it before, it has been popular for a very long time in some Asian countries, and with good reason. Science is showing us that it has multiple health benefits, and animal research concludes it can lower cancer risks, fight blood clots, and reduce inflammation in the body. What’s more, it could even help you achieve your weight loss goals.
Dr Oz: Black Soybean Nutrition
The Black Soybean has more antioxidants and fewer carbohydrates than regular soybeans, as well as more protein than Lentils. It may be a super bean, and it can even block the type of bad Estrogen in the body that has been linked to health problems in women.
But what you really want to know about is weight loss, and that is a definite potential benefit of the nutrient-rich Black Soybean. Carbohydrates in our diet are rapidly digested, and they never leave us feeling satisfied. But the high protein of Black Soybeans helps to keep us feeling full, satisfying your brain and your stomach.
Dr Oz: Black Soybean Serving Size
Doctor Oz recommended eating 1/2 cup Black Soybeans before each meal. That will help you to eat less of your meal, which is a good thing for portion control and lower caloric intake. Dr Oz likes the taste, but he wanted to see what real people thought.
He asked two women to try this in their diet for three days. The women found that they each cut the amount of calories they ate in a day by more than 1/3 because of eating the Black Soybeans. That alone should make a dent in your waistline and health, without even accounting for increased energy, better mood, and additional exercise.
Dr Oz: Black Soybean Antioxidants
On top of all the other benefits, Black Soybean contains an antioxidant called Anthocyanins, which fight inflammation and regulate cholesterol in the body. Then there is their high Fiber and Iron content, which are more great news!
If you want to try these in your diet, check a health food store for Black Soybean. One can might cost about $2, and they can be used in place of regular beans in almost any recipe! Let me know your favorites and what you think of the taste.