The Hispanic Paradox: Why Do Latinos Live Longer?
Time to spill the beans on why U.S. Hispanics tend to live the longest despite less education on average, a higher poverty rate, and worse access to health care.
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More on the wonders of beans, split peas, chickpeas and lentils in:
• Beans and the Second Meal Effect ( )
• Increased Lifespan from Beans ( )
• Beans, Beans, They're Good For Your Heart ( )
• Diabetics Should Take Their Pulses ( )
• Slow Your Beating Heart: Beans vs. Exercise ( )
What’s the best way to eat them? See Canned Beans or Cooked Beans? ( ) and Cooked Beans or Sprouted Beans? ( ).
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