Nutritional Benefits of Wild Oats Organic Pinto Beans

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Pinto Bean Nutrition Tidbit

Pinto beans contain the highest amount of fiber out of all beans, so get your fill!

The Nutritional Benefits of Wild Oats Organic Pinto Beans:

Nutritionally Authentic:

USDA Certified Organic food product

Nutritionally Affordable:

Fat-free, cholesterol-free

High in antioxidants and fiber, available at an affordable price

An inexpensive protein source

Nutritionally Accessible:

Shelf-stable pantry solution, easy to store and use quickly in recipes, such as soups, stews, chili, dips and casseroles.

Medical Nutrition Therapy Tips and Solutions:

Pregnancy: Pinto beans are high in B vitamins, especially folate. Folate helps prevent against neurodegenerative diseases and birth defects.

Anemia: Black beans are high in iron, and eating foods rich in iron prevents against anemia.

Brain Function: B vitamins in pinto beans help improve brain function and memory.

Cancer: Consuming beans may lower your risk for certain types of cancer.

Constipation: Beans are naturally high in fiber, so they great way to add bulk to stools and maintain a healthy digestive track.

Diabetes: Pinto beans have a nice balance of carbohydrates and fiber, so they won’t spike blood sugar rapidly.

Heart Health: Beans are naturally cholesterol free. Eating high fiber foods can prevent against heart disease.

High Blood Pressure: Rinse canned beans to wash away added sodium.

Vegetarians: They are an excellent source of protein for vegetarians.

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2 Responses to Nutritional Benefits of Wild Oats Organic Pinto Beans

  1. Brenda says:

    How come these are no longer available at Walmart in store or on the website!???

    • Chelsea Vurciaga says:

      Hi Brenda – We have been working to transition out of Walmart for some time now. We are considering selling online, but do not have that option yet. We will keep customers posted!

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