Legumes Can Lower Bad Cholesterol

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By Alabama News Network

A daily serving of legumes such as beans, chickpeas, lentils or peas can lower a person's bad cholesterol by five percent, according to Canadian researchers.  

Bad cholesterol can contribute to cardiovascular disease.

Researchers say most people in North America eat less than half a serving of these foods a day.

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