Calorie Counts for Beans & Legumes

All Foods > Beans & Legumes

  • 1.    Baked Beans

    Baked beans are very high in fiber and are an excellent source of folate, which is required for proper growth and development.

  • 2.    Beans

    Beans are rich in tryptophan, manganese, magnesium, as well as vitamin B1 and will proide an excellent source of protein for the vegetarian.

  • 3.    Black Beans

    Black beans are high in molybdenum and will help to promote a healthy digestive track while providing maximum blood sugar regulation.

  • 4.    Chickpeas

    Chickpeas are high in manganese and folate and will provide a high amount of antioxidants to the body to help fend off free radical damage.

  • 5.    Green Beans

    Green beans are a rich source of vitamin C, vitamin K, and vitamin A, making this a standout food for its antioxidant potential.

  • 6.    Kidney Beans

    Kidney beans are very high in tryptophan and dietary fiber, earning them top marks for hunger control.

  • 7.    Lentils

    Lentils are rich in iron content, supplying over 35% of your daily needs per serving and ensuring you maintain high energy levels on a daily basis.

  • 8.    Lima Beans

    Lima beans are a terrific source of potassium, which is necessary for strong muscular contractions and energy levels.

  • 9.    Pinto Beans

    Pinto beans are an excellent source of soluble fiber in the diet, which will help to decrease your risk of heart attack.

  • 10.    Refried Beans

    Refried beans are a good source of dietary fiber while being low in sugar, but do contain a higher amount of sodium, so eat them in moderation.