Butter Beans


Benefits of eating Butter Beans


  1. Manganese:
    Butter beans are a good source of manganese. This trace element plays an important role in metabolism and bone development. Manganese is only found in small quantities in your body. According to the Mayo Clinic, you need manganese to help break down fats, protein and carbohydrates.
  2. Fiber:
    Fiber is needed for a good number of bodily functions, including digestion and colon health. Fiber prevents constipation and decreases cholesterol levels. It also keeps you from snacking on unhealthy foods throughout the day. You tend to stay fuller longer when you eat a diet rich in this nutrient. You lose weight faster when adding it to your diet.
  3. Iron:
    Butter beans are rich in iron, which provides cell growth in your body. Although a diet of lean meats and fish is better than eating red meat, legumes provide the best sources of iron.
  4. Carbohydrates:
    As with all legumes, butter beans provide good carbohydrates. Carbohydrates found in sugars promote weight gain. The good carbohydrates in lima beans help your metabolism work properly and promote weight loss. Lima beans are a good way to enjoy carbs without gaining extra pounds.
  5. Protein:
    The protein in butter beans has several nutritional benefits. Protein keeps your hair and nails strong. Your body also repairs damaged or weak muscle tissue with protein. If you choose to eat an all-protein diet, add lima beans or some other type of legume to your meal plan. Bean protein is digested better than meat protein.



Butter beans are very popular side dish and main ingredient in numerous recipes, such as vegetable soup. This bean variety provides you with a good number of vitamins and minerals.

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