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Why should you eat black beans? Because they are good for you.
Black beans are high in Zinc – very important mineral for your immune system, hormone production, cell division and growth, wound healing, and the breakdown of carbohydrates.
You also need Zinc for the production of stomach acid.
Black beans are also high in protein. I bet the first think that comes to your mind is the size of your muscles. But did you know that you also need protein for the production of hormones, enzymes and structure of your cells? Now you know.
Black beans are also CHOC A BLOCK full of fibre. One single cup serve of black beans provides you with 15 grams of protein and 15 grams of fibre. Why should you eat fibre? Because you don’t want to get colon cancer, that’s why. Fibre feeds the right kind of bacteria in your digestive tract. It also act like a broom, cleaning your insides from all the old junk that gets deposited in your colon. Both those actions contribute greatly to the health of your colon.
This recipe yields about 8 good size patties. You will probably need 2 per person if served with salad or 1 per person if served in a bun in which case you might want to half the ingredients. However why would you want to do that? If you didn’t use all the patty mixture, keep it in a airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days. Through together a quick salad, fry 1 or two black bean patties and you’ve got dinner under 15 minutes.