It is higher in minerals, such as calcium, iron, phosphorous, and carotenoids, than most vegetables.
It also contains primary proteins called Albumin and Globulins, which are more soluble and digestible.
It has health-beneficial peptides, particularly lunasin, thought to have cancer-preventing benefits, as well as lowering incidences of chronic diseases, such as inflammation, diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.
It can be popped like corn, cooked similar to rice or pasta, or ground to flour.
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