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    Brenda Greene
    Brenda
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    are these safe or do they fall into a grain family?

    #9447
    marciacharlene
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    I believe that Dr. Osbourne recommends organic legumes as part of a healthy diet.  I don't ever order them at a restaurant because here in Texas they frequently have something scary added to them.

    #9455
    Martha Swift
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    Beans and lentils are not grains, so from that point of view they are safe.  However, peanuts and soybeans (along with dairy) can mimic gluten in the intestines (causing hyperpermeability – leaky gut) and should be avoided.  Beans also contain lectins which bother some people.  It's all a question of what you can tolerate!

    #9464
    Rita Bray
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    Hi Brenda

     

    Tutorial 13 is the information on using dried beans. 

     

    Also, if you type legumes in the search engine, you will find some more information on how beans effect your body.

     

    Cool

    #9470
    Brenda Greene
    Brenda
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    Thank you all very much!!

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