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Bengali Name : Deshi Sheem
English Name :Bean
Scientific Name :lablab niger
Origin : Bangladesh
MOQ : 20 Kg
Season : October-December



Bean is source of Protein & Vitamins

Bean any of different leguminous plants of the family Leguminosae. Their seeds looks like  kidney-shaped and are rich in protein. Beans under about 14 genera are cultivated for livestock and human food of which 28 species under 7 genera are commercially important. It is a good source of proteins, vitamins A, K, C etc. Fresh green beans are very low in calories (31 kcal per 100 g of raw beans) and contain no saturated fat. They are quite beneficial for heart health. Beans have many other health benefits to offer. They are one of the healthiest vegetables for your heart. These A, K, C, proteins which boost heart health by reducing the risk of iron deficiencies. Vitamin B and folate in this vegetable promote blood cell development, boost energy and keep our brain healthy as well.

Cook as Vegetable

Beans are cooked by using different kinds of fish or vegetables. Moreover they are very rich source of dietary fiber (9% per100g RDA) which acts as bulk laxative that helps to protect the mucous membrane of the colon by decreasing its exposure time to toxic substances as well as by binding to cancer causing chemicals in the colon. Dietary fibre has also been shown to reduce blood cholesterol levels by decreasing re-absorption of cholesterol binding bile acids in the colon.

Good for aging

Beans and legumes contain antioxidants that help prevent cell damage and fight disease and aging. The fiber and other nutrients benefit the digestive system and may even help prevent digestive cancers. Legumes can be added to any meal, for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

What is bean cultivation?

Bean Cultivation

Introduction to Bean Cultivation: Beans belong to Leguminaceae family and is an important vegetable crop cultivated throughout Bangladesh for its green pod. Beans plant has a climbing habit also. Mainly Bangladeshi beans are used in daily vegetable cooking, animal fodder and for soil improvements as well.




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