Cholesterol-lowering black bean soup

Cholesterol-lowering black bean soup

Soup, like smoothies and juices are a great way of combining multiple healthy ingredients into one. This makes soups a very convenient food, and keeps the health benefits alive and potent. This cholesterol-lowering black bean soup is packed with the powerful benefits of legumes, herbs, and vegetables. Let’s take a closer look at the ingredients in this soup.

Black beans:
Beans are great for cholesterol health. A new study from a team at the St. Michael’s Hospital shows that eating one serving a day of chickpeas, peas, beans or lentils can significantly reduce LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol), which in turn can reduce the risk of heart disease.

Cilantro is an amazing detoxifying herb, and may provide some cholesterol-lowering benefits as well. It has been shown in medical research to lower bad cholesterol levels, and raise levels of good cholesterol.

Tomatoes are well known in the medical and nutrition field for their high levels of a compound called lycopene. This potent compound is packed with health benefits, as has shown in studies to lower bad cholesterol in reasonable doses.


Add 2 cans of black beans, 1 handful of cilantro, 1 cup of chicken broth, and 1 can of tomatoes to a pot, bring to a boil, and then  simmer for 10 minutes
Remove ingredients from a stove and process in a blender
Serve and garnish with more cilantro or green onions

Make sure ingredients are organic
Enjoy this cholesterol-lowering black bean soup!

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