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What are Winged Beans? Uses and Health Benefits of Winged Beans

Winged Bean is a tropical legume plant which belongs to New Guinea. It grows abundantly in hot, humid countries. It comprisesclimbing stems, 3 to 4 meters in height. The bean pod is 15 to 22 cms in length. The pod is ash brown in color when fully ripe and splits open to reveal the seeds. The plant is one of the best nitrogen fixers and due to this property requires very little or no fertilizers. They have the highest calcium content among all legumes, thus very beneficial to slow the process of osteoporosis. They are also a good source of vitamin A and C, iron and enzymes.

by Margaret Walker on Wed, 02/09/2011 - 02:29


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