Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of health problems included too much fat around the waist, elevated blood pressure, high triglycerides, elevated blood sugar, and low HDL cholesterol that increases the risk of heart attack, stroke, and diabetes.
*Too much fat around the waist is a condition found in people who eat too much of carbohydrates and exercise too little, leading to the gain of weight around the waist.
Triglycerides stored in the fat cells is a result of the body that converts extra calories that don't need to use right away into triglycerides.
On finding a potential compound for the treatment of metabolic syndrome, researchers determined the effect of commercially available ready-to-eat canned navy beans added to the habitual diet on risk factors associated with obesity.
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(1) Canned Navy Bean Consumption Reduces Metabolic Risk Factors Associated with Obesity by Luhovyy BL1, Mollard RC2, Panahi S2, Nunez MF2, Cho F2, Anderson GH. (PubMed)
(2) Regular consumption of pulses for 8 weeks reduces metabolic syndrome risk factors in overweight and obese adults by Mollard RC1, Luhovyy BL, Panahi S, Nunez M, Hanley A, Anderson GH. (PubMed)