White Beans for export and import

White Beans for export and import

White Beans for export and import

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White Beans for export and import

White Beans for export and import

White Beans for export and import , kidney beans white from Egypt White kidney beans Botanical name: Phaseolus coccineus
فاصوليا بيضاء
forms of White Beans for export and import 170-180 grains per 100g 180-210 grains per 100g
Moisture of White Beans for export and import: 14% (max)
Admixture of White Beans for export and import: 1% (max )
Imperfect Grains of White Beans :3%(max)
Packing of White Beans :25 or 50 kg pp bags
Botanical Name of White Beans
Available Forms of White Beans
calendula flower – calendula petals
Packing of White Beans
paper box – Polypropylene Bags
Weight of White Beans
10 KG – 20 KG – 25 KG
Season of White Beans
All Year
Description of :White Beans
A variety of the common bean of the species Phaseolus vulgaris
Uniform Bright White
Polypropylene bags of 25 Kg or 50 Kg
Cleaning Processing
Optical processor (SORTEX) + Handpicked + Polished
Origin of White Beans
MOQ of White Beans
2X20’ FCL / 40 Metric Tones

Health Benefits

White beans have detoxifying properties
White beans are one of the most concentrated food sources of molybdenum. Despite being discovered already in 1778, molybdenum is a relatively unknown trace mineral. Nevertheless, it is extremely important for good health. Molybdenum is required to make and activate a number of detoxifying enzymes, including aldehyde oxidase and sulfite oxidase

Aldehyde oxidase neutralizes acetaldehyde, a toxic metabolic byproduct of yeast, fungi, and alcohol. Acetaldehyde is also a significant constituent of tobacco and marijuana smoke as well as automotive exhaust. It is an irritant, a probable human carcinogen, and it has been shown to have a synergistic effect with nicotine, increasing the likelihood of addiction to cigarette smoking

The mitochondrial enzyme sulfite oxidase (SO) catalyzes the sulfoxidation process which is responsible for converting sulfites, which may cause adverse health reactions in some people, into safer sulfates which are excreted in the urine. Adverse reactions associated with the ingestion of sulfites include cluster, tension and migraine headaches as well as asthma symptoms

Beans rank low on the glycemic index:
Rich in slow-digesting carbohydrates, protein and fiber, beans — including white beans — are considered a low GI food. The glycemic index, or GI, is a numerical index that ranks foods based upon their predicted impact on blood sugar levels

Foods that score high on the glycemic index (e.g. white bread and potatoes) break down quickly during digestion and cause an immediate spike in blood sugar and insulin levels. This rapid rise is followed by a significant drop in blood sugar levels. These fluctuations have been linked to conditions like heart disease, type 2 diabetes, increased cravings for sugary foods, and tiredness

By contrast, foods with a low GI value — such as white beans — do not trigger spikes in blood sugar levels. This in turn helps keep cravings and mood swings away. But the health benefits of low GI foods do not end there: low GI foods are also thought to help lower your risk of developing heart disease and adult-onset diabetes