Edamame

hannah seibert

Benefits of Edamame

  1. These green soybeans are a natural source of antioxidants and isoflavones
  2. Eating antioxidant-rich foods has been associated strengthening your immune system and with reducing your risk of cancer, hardening of the arteries and neurodegenerative diseases
  3. Women who are menopausal and have low estrogen levels may benefit from this soybean
  4. Edamame is rich in vitamin C and B vitamins, and it is one of the few natural sources of vitamin E
  5. Adding edamame to your diet will help you increase your fiber intake
  6. Edmame has anti-inflammatory qualities and can be a good food to eat if you have arthritis
  7. polyunsaturated fats in soybean oil include heart-healthy omega-3
  8. for a tasty edamame, make sure you have it dried then salted
  9. instead of tearing the pod, one of the easiest ways of eating edamame is to boil it until the pod is soft and squeeze the pod to release the beans
  10. It can also be a great addition to your delicious salads