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Volume 7, Number 2 — Flatulence

Volume 7, Number 1 — School Lunches

Volume 6, Number 4 — The Value of Beans

Volume 6, Number 3 — Improving Brain Health

Volume 6, Number 2 — Beans and the 2015 Dietary Guidelines

Volume 6, Number 1 — Beans and Children

Volume 5, Number 4 — Feeding Your Microbes for a Health GI Tract

Volume 5, Number 3 — Dry Beans Provide Many Diets With Nutritional Advantages

Volume 5, Number 2 — Research: Dry Bean Consumption Lowers Cholesterol, Improves Overall Health

Volume 5, Number 1 — Dry  Beans Play Major Role in Traditional, Healthy Hispanic Diet

Volume 4, Number 4 — From the Sandlot to the Olympics, Fueling Athletes Remains a Complex Process

Volume 4, Number 3 — The “Second Meal” Effect Of Dry Beans and Lentils Offers Health Benefits

Volume 4, Number 2 — Can Bean Slow The Progression Of Type 2 Diabetes?

Volume 4, Number 1 — Resistant Carbohydrates In Dry Beans

Volume 3, Number 4 — Dry Beans in the Human Diet May Reduce Risk of Hypertension

Volume 3, Number 3 — Beans Help Mitigate Effect of Drought on High Food Bills

Volume 3, Number 2 — The Gluten-Free Diet: Medically Required or Just A Fad?

Volume 3, Number 1 — Providing Nutritious Food While Preserving The Land

Volume 2, Number 4 — Saving Money with Beans Helps Stretch Family Budget

Volume 2, Number 3 — Back to School With Healthy Food on the Menu

Volume 2, Number 2 — Bridging the Motivation Gap

Volume 2, Number 1 — How Dry Beans Fared in the 2010 Dietary Guidelines

Volume 1, Number 4 — Dry Beans and Diabetes

Volume 1, Number 3 — Dry Beans and Cardiovascular Disease

Volume 1, Number 2 — Dry Beans and Cancer

Volume 1, Number 1 — Dry Beans and Obesity

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