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Unsaids about mung beans

Mung Beans is a plant native to India, but it is also cultivated in other parts of the world such as Iran. Gradually, its cultivation spread in China and other regions of Southeast Asia. The taste of mung bean is slightly sweet and it is sold fresh, sprouted and dried.

Mung beans are one of the most widely used legumes and are used in many dishes such as soups and salads. mung beans is rich in nutrients and experts believe that it can help cure many diseases.

Mung bean is an annual herbaceous plant with straight roots and upright, slender, hairy branched stems that are light green in color. In mung bean, the inflorescence is cluster-shaped and the flowers are lemon-yellow in color. The fruit of mung bean is brown in color and it is narrow and long in appearance and has small spherical seeds in gray, green or brown color. Mung beans are rich in antioxidants, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, vitamin B5, vitamin B6, folate, manganese, magnesium, iron, potassium, copper, zinc, selenium, fiber, protein and essential amino acids such as phenylalanine. It is leucine, iso-lysine, valine, lysine and arginine, and therefore mung bean has many properties.

They use mung beans to prepare dishes such as mung bean soup, mung bean soup, mung bean soup, and mung bean salad. Mung bean is one of the best vegetable sources of protein and rich in essential amino acids. Mung bean sprouts have more medicinal and useful properties than normal mung bean seeds.

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Properties of mung beans in traditional medicine

The character of mung bean with skin is cold and dry, but the character of peeled mung bean is moderate. Spices such as mustard, ginger, sumac, cinnamon, cumin, pepper, kafshe seeds, cloves and sweet almond oil are good for mash. Among the properties of mung bean in traditional medicine, we can mention things such as strengthening eyesight and nerves, relieving constipation (peeled mung bean), treating diarrhea (mung bean with skin), relieving the heat of bile and blood, producing blood and relieving cough.

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  • Has antioxidant activity
  • Prevent heatstroke
  • Maintaining healthy cholesterol levels and heart health
  • Strengthening the digestive system and intestinal health
  • Help control diabetes
  • Has anti-inflammatory properties
  • Helps treat constipation and diarrhea.
  • Helping the stomach and digestive system
  • Prevention and treatment of gout
  • It reduces the risk of bone fractures and osteoporosis.
  • The brain strengthens memory and improves concentration.
  • Strengthen the immune system
  • It reduces the risk of cancer and tumor.
  • It helps liver enzymes and reduces the risk of jaundice.
  • They are useful for treating premenstrual syndrome and its symptoms such as depression, headache, fatigue and muscle pain.
  • It helps to detoxify and cleanse the body.
  • Strengthen and increase hair growth
  • Facial skin rejuvenation

Disadvantages of mung beans

Mung beans, along with all the properties it has, can also cause harm if too much zinc is consumed.

Excessive mung bean consumption can lead to:

  • Increased phlegm
  • gout
  • uric acid
  • Weak power
  • Indigestion
  • flatulence
  • Dental problems
  • Lack of absorption of calcium.
  • People who suffer from intestinal ulcers should not use mung bean or use it less.

Nutritional value table of raw mung beans

The main constituentAmount per 100 grams
energy (calories)341 kilocalories
carbohydrate58.99 grams
Protein25.21 grams
fat1.64 grams
Water10.80 grams
fiber18.30 grams
sugar Loaf0.00 grams
Cholesterol0.00 mg
Raw mung bean vitamins
The name of the vitaminAmount per 100 grams
Vitamin A1.00 micrograms
Vitamin D0.00 µg
Vitamin E0.00 mg
Vitamin K0.00 µg
Vitamin C0.00 mg
Thiamine (B1)0.27 mg
Riboflavin (B2)0.25 mg
Niacin (B3)1.45 mg
Choline (B4)0.00 mg
pantothenic acid (B5)0.91 mg
Vitamin B60.28 mg
Folate (B9)216.00 micrograms
Vitamin B120.00 mg
Raw mung bean minerals
The name of the mineralAmount per 100 grams
Calcium138.00 mg
iron7.57 mg
magnesium267.00 mg
phosphorus379.00 mg
potassium983.00 mg
sodium38.00 mg
Roy3.35 mg
copper0.98 mg
Manganese1.53 mg
selenium8.20 micrograms

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