Canned beans with smoked sauce

Canned beans with smoked sauce

Canned beans with smoked sauces

Mushrooms are a good source of iron, and there is about one milligram of iron per 100 grams of mushrooms.

Unlike many plant foods, mushrooms do not contain phytate. Phytate reduces the absorption of iron and some minerals in the body. Therefore, the iron in mushrooms is absorbed quickly.

Mushrooms are an excellent source of potassium, which helps lower blood pressure and lower the risk of heart attack. On average, mushrooms have more potassium than even a banana or a glass of orange juice.

Beans cleanse the intestines because they are high in fiber.

Beans prevent blood thinning and increase the body’s resistance to infectious diseases.

Bean diet strengthens memory.

Those who are anemic should eat beans.

Beans can be used instead of meat.

Canned pasta sauce

Canned pasta sauce

Canned pasta sauce

The high percentage of onions in this product lowers blood sugar, and regulates cholesterol and blood pressure. Onions are rich in flavonoids and prevent the growth of tumors and prevent colon cancer.

Soy is very useful for people with gout and rheumatism and the weak.

Soy prevents gallstones.

Soy is a rich source of the hormone estrogen and is very useful during menopause.

Canned green peas

Canned green peas

Canned green peas

Green peas are a good source of vitamins B1, B6, B2 and B3, as well as magnesium and dietary fiber, all of which are essential for the metabolism of fats, proteins and carbohydrates. Folic acid and vitamin B6 in green peas are very beneficial for promoting cardiovascular health.

Green peas are a rich source of iron and minerals essential for the normal functioning of blood cells, a deficiency of which causes anemia, fatigue, and a weakened immune system.

The presence of large amounts of vitamin C and iron in peas has helped this nutrient to strengthen the immune system and is suitable for iron deficiency anemia. Peas are rich in antioxidants such as vitamin C, which helps prevent cancer.

Canned spicy and fiery peas

Canned spicy and fiery peas

Canned spicy and fiery peas

Chickpeas contain many minerals, vitamins and proteins, including starch, calcium, phosphorus, iron, sodium, potassium, vegetable oil, copper and vitamins such as B1, B2 and A.

Chickpeas strengthen the heart and are effective in relieving acute and chronic infections.

Skeletal strengthening and its consumption is recommended for athletes.

It strengthens the immune system, is anti-cough and anti-cold and is suitable for MS patients.

Eliminates intestinal parasites, relieves chest pain and shortness of breath, strengthens hair roots and memory.

It is very useful for treating osteoporosis due to its rich sources of calcium.

Canned pinto beans and mushrooms

Canned pinto beans and mushrooms

Canned pinto beans and mushrooms

Mushrooms are a good source of iron, and there is about one milligram of iron per 100 grams of mushrooms.

Unlike many plant foods, mushrooms do not contain phytate. Phytate reduces the absorption of iron and some minerals in the body. Therefore, the iron in mushrooms is absorbed quickly.

Mushrooms are an excellent source of potassium, which helps lower blood pressure and lower the risk of heart attack. On average, mushrooms have more potassium than even a banana or a glass of orange juice.

Beans cleanse the intestines because they are high in fiber.

Beans prevent blood thinning and increase the body’s resistance to infectious diseases.

Bean diet strengthens memory.

Those who are anemic should eat beans.

Beans can be used instead of meat.

Canned beans with vegetable meat

Canned beans with vegetable meat

Canned beans with vegetable meat

The high percentage of onions in this product lowers blood sugar, and regulates cholesterol and blood pressure. Onions are rich in flavonoids and prevent the growth of tumors and prevent colon cancer.

Beans cleanse the intestines because they are high in fiber.

Beans prevent blood thinning and increase the body’s resistance to infectious diseases.

Those who are anemic should eat beans.

Bean diet lowers blood cholesterol.

Beans contain protein, fat, sugar, calcium, iron, vitamins PP, B6, B1, A.

 

Canned beans with potatoes

Canned beans with potatoes

Canned beans with potatoes

The high percentage of onions in this product lowers blood sugar, and regulates cholesterol and blood pressure. Onions are rich in flavonoids and prevent the growth of tumors and prevent colon cancer.

Beans cleanse the intestines because they are high in fiber.

Beans prevent blood thinning and increase the body’s resistance to infectious diseases.

Those who are anemic should eat beans.

Bean diet lowers blood cholesterol.

Beans contain protein, fat, sugar, calcium, iron, vitamins PP, B6, B1, A.

Canned sweet corn

Canned sweet corn

Canned sweet corn

Corn is rich in carbohydrates and rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals. It is also relatively low in protein and fat.

May prevent diverticulitis and other gastrointestinal problems.

Corn has more protein than many other vegetables, making it a good choice for vegetarians or people who need to eat more protein from non-animal sources.

Sweet corn is high in lutein and zeaxanthin, two phytochemicals that promote vision health. And has been shown to reduce the risk of macular degeneration and cataracts.

Canned fried vegetables

Canned fried vegetables

Canned fried vegetables

Green leafy vegetables have a very high nutritional value. These vegetables contain carotenoids, saponins, lutein and flavonoids. These vegetables have the fiber, folate and beta-carotene needed by the body. These substances protect the body against several types of cancer.

Canned green beans

Canned green beans

Canned green beans

Rich in antioxidants.

Rich in minerals.

Suitable for heart health.

Rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals, and a small amount of carbohydrates.

Contains protein, calcium, dietary fiber, iron and several other essential nutrients.

Has cardiovascular benefits.

A rich source of omega-3 fats.

Has anti-inflammatory properties.

Prevention of aging due to the presence of vitamin A.