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"Are you looking to increase your fiber intake? And your protein intake? AND a prebiotic food?

Then you are in the right place for the right recipe!

Lupin beans are a good solution for those who look for vegan, gluten-free, low-carb, high -protein, and high-fiber substitute for grains and proteins.

That"s a lot of health packed into a little bean!

Forty grams (40 grams= 4 tablespoons) of ground lupin beans (this is how they are sold in store) will provide you with a generous amount of protein (16 grams) and 16 grams of carbohydrates, of which 15 grams of that is pure fiber!!

If you need yet another reason to include Lupin beans in your diet, I should tell you it also highly rich in potassium, which is an important electrolyte our body needs for normal functioning of the cells, nerves, and muscles.

The high fiber content of lupin beans supports a healthy cardiovascular system, as fiber is essential for lowering cholesterol levels and preventing formation of blood clots in the vessels.

Lupin beans are also promoting health guts. They are a prebiotic source to feed the good bacteria in the intestine.

Lupin beans are a super bean! Enjoy the following recipe."

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