A high fibre diet help to reduce cholesterol, stabilize blood sugar levels and blood pressure. According to a recent study, published in Archives of Internal Medicine, the fibres also binds to potential cancer-causing agents so the body can flush them out.

Beans, oatmeal and lentils help reduce the rate at which glucose is absorbed, because of the slow digestion.  Your pancreas releases less of the hormone Insulin, this tell the kidneys to continue releasing sodium which keep the blood pressure down and prevents “hydroxymethylglutaryl coenzyme A reductase” (HMG-CoA) to increase cholesterol synthesis in the liver.