Perez says they include soluble and insoluble fibre, which reduces cholesterol,
improves heart health, supports gut health, and keeps the digestive tract moving
If you've never eaten a lot of high-fiber meals, Perez recommends to do so cautiously to avoid stomach distress.
Black beans include anthocyanins, which give them their dark colour and enhance brain health and lessen heart disease and diabetes risk
Perez said black beans have flavinoids that reduce inflammation and chronic disease risk.
This prevents beans from becoming simple sugar and reduces glucose response. This suggests black beans help manage blood sugar.