Beans and legumes are typically useful sources of non-heme iron, potassium, selenium and zinc. They are high in protein, carbohydrates, dietary fiber and are typically low in fat. Beans and legumes are a useful source of folate. Some types contain Vitamin A.
Beans are an excellent source of protein.
Soy beans are one of the only non-animal sources of complete protein. Beans in general are also full of calcium, magnesium, Vitamin C, and folate. For a specific take on legume nutritionality, please visit the link cited below.
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