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10 Benefits of Mung Beans

Mung beans or monggo beans is one of the most common crop that is usually eaten by Filipinos because of its abundancy and affordability in the Philippines. The monggo bean sprouts are also very commonly used as a fresh garnish for making noodle soup bowls along with fresh basil and red siling labuyo.

10 Benefits of Mung Beans

Top 10 Benefits of Mung Beans

Mung beans or monggo beans are rich in Vitamins A, B, C, E and minerals such as calcium, iron, and potassium.  

Top 10 Benefits of Eating Monggo Beans

Here are some of the Top 10 Benefits of Eating Mung or Monggo Beans:

1.  Mung beans stimulate bone formation and help nourish the bone tissue.

These monggo beans are rich in protein that helps in promoting strong and healthy bone formation and aids in bone repair by providing nourishment for the bone tissues.

2.  Mung beans help strengthen the muscles and prevent osteoporosis.

These munggo beans help in the good development of cellular tissues as well as prevents the formation of brittle bone structure leading to osteoporosis.

3.  Mung beans help to improve memory and brain functions.

Mung beans are also known to be one of the miracle food groups and brain food that helps in promoting healthy brain development and functions in young kids and adults.  Monggo beans helps improve memory, concentration, and logical thinking.

4. Mung beans help prevent certain types of cancer and promote healthy blood clotting.

Eating monggo beans can help prevent the development of certain types of bone and brain cancers.  It contains medicinal properties that aids in the healthy production of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets in the body's bloodstream.

5. Mung beans helps in boosting the defense mechanism of the body's immune system.

Mung beans helps the body to combat common sickness and ailments that leads to colds, fever, and flu.  Eating monggo beans helps improve the body's immune system to certain types of diseases caused by virus and bacteria.

6.  Mung beans are a very good antioxidant.

Munggo or monggo beans are rich in vitamins and minerals that help strengthen cellular tissue, slow the damaging effects of oxidation, and aids in tissue repair and regeneration.

7. Mung beans helps fight cellular aging and promote cell regeneration.

Eating monggo beans can help with cell regeneration allowing you to achieve younger, brighter, firmer looking skin as it slows down the damaging effects caused by free radicals.

8.  Mung beans aids in tissue repair and regeneration.

Munggo beans are rich in proteins that allow worn out body tissues to be repaired quicker and for sick cells to heal and regenerate faster.

9.  Mung beans help aid in weight loss.

These monggo beans or munggo beans are good for people who are trying to reduce their weight because it has very low fat content, it is rich in proteins that helps suppress appetite and high in fiber content that aids in proper digestion.

10. Mung beans help prevent hypertension and lowers cholesterol in the body.

These monggo beans also help lower cholesterol levels in the bloodstream and help in maintaining a normal blood pressure level.

Learn to incorporate mung beans in your dietary system to keep the body healthy and energized as well as to keep your mind active and alert at all times.

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