Sweet mung bean carrot soup

Sweet mung bean carrot soup

Sweet mung bean carrots soup, a perfect summer light meal that keeps your weight in check! They are jam-packed with vitamins and minerals including manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, iron, copper, zinc, Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, and selenium plus vitamin A from carrots! Serve cold or warm as you like! Cooked in vitaclay for 30 minutes or an hour!

The magic mung beans contain many nutrients, are filling, and are considered useful in defending against many chronic and age-related diseases. It is anti inflammatory, Boosts Immunity and Protects Against Infections and Viruses. 

mung beans have the ability to regulate cholesterol levels because their antioxidants act like potent free-radical scavengers, reversing damage done to blood vessels and lowering inflammation.

Mung beans are a great addition to any anti-inflammatory diet thanks to their ability to keep arteries clear and to improve circulation.

Help Lower High Blood Pressure.┬ámung beansÔÇÖ anti-hypertensive effects┬ámight be due to their high concentration of protein fragments known as peptides.

In clinical studies, mung beans show anti-tumor activity and are able to protect DNA damage and dangerous cell mutation.

Mung beans promote a healthy balance of bacteria within the digestive tract, which helps with nutrient absorption and immune defense.

Mung beans also helps people reach their magnesium needs. Magnesium is important for digestive health, proper heartbeat functioning, neurotransmitter release and repairing muscle tissue in people who are very active.


  • 2/3 cup mung beans
  • 2 carrots, cut in cubes
  • 2 quart water
  • Rock sugar to taste (or cane sugar)


  1. Add all ingredients in your clay pot.
  2. Set on stew or fast to cook for 30 minutes to an hour.
  3. Serve warm or cold.

Are mung beans good for acne?

Mung beans clear heat and toxins from the skin, and cool heat in the blood. Therefore, mung beans help to reduce acne and other skin symptoms, such as the common skin rash, cold sores, mouth ulcers, pimples and boils. My acupuncture Dr. used to prescribe a mung bean drink to my teen daughter.

Check out the recipe - Mung bean soup recipe for skin conditions

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