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If you’re a fan or a follower of the Paleo diet, you’ve probably heard that beans are second only to grains in their ability to damage your gut, increase your weight, and generally harm your health. But most studies agree that people who eat beans have a lower risk of heart disease, cancer and overall mortality. So are beans friend or foe? As with most things, the truth lies somewhere in the middle.

Beans contain a multitude of nutrients, They’re low in fat, high in protein (15-20 grams

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