البروتينات: مصادر القلب الصحي

By Mayo Clinic Staff
هل يتضمن نظام الطعام الذي تتبعه مصادر غير صحية للبروتينات كالبرغر والسجق والكثير من الدجاج المقلي؟ اعمل معروف لقلبك واختر مصادر البروتينات بحكمة. تُعد البقوليات مصدراً رائعاً للبروتينات المفيدة لصحة القلب. وهي تتضمن الفاصوليا والبازلاء والعدس. وتُعد البقوليات منخفضة الدهون في العادة ولا تحتوي على الكوليسترول. وتحتوي البقوليات أيضاً على الألياف القابلة وغير القابلة للتحلل.

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