Statistics About The Least Gassy Beans

The least gassy beans based on statistical analysis are lentils, with lower levels of oligosaccharides compared to other varieties.

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"Black beans are lower in gas-producing carbohydrates than other beans, with only 1.2g per 1/2 cup."

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"Lentils, relative to other beans, contain fewer complex sugars, making them less likely to cause gas."

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"Soybeans have the highest raffinose (a complex carbohydrate that produces gas) content of all beans, which may increase gas production."

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"Split peas, along with lentils, have been proven to cause less gas than other beans."

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"The consumption of adzuki beans is lower in gas production compared to other beans such as pinto or navy beans."

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"Mung beans are noted to cause lesser amount of gas compared to other beans due to their moderate fiber content."

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"45-50% of adults consider kidney beans to cause gas compared to other beans."

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"Chickpeas, compared to most beans, are less likely to cause gas due to their lower oligosaccharide content."

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"White beans have approximately 25% lesser fiber content compared to other beans, making them less gassy."

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"Dried peas, lentils, and chickpeas seem to be less gassy as they contain lower amounts of the sugars that are hard to digest."

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"50% of adults reported gas after consuming baked beans, a less significant result compared to other varieties of beans."

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"Cannellini beans are lower in fiber, containing approximately 2.5g per half cup, hence less likely to produce gas."

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"Compared to other beans, adding asafetida (a spice) to Urad beans significantly reduced flatulence potential."

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"Sprouting of beans including mung and white beans can decrease raffinose-type oligosaccharides, therefore, may produce less gas."

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"Pre-soaking and discarding the soaking water before cooking dried beans, like chickpeas, lessens their gas-producing potential."

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"Fermented soybean-based foods (like tempeh and miso), when compared to regular soybeans, reduce gas production."

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Statistic 17

"Though black beans are less gassy, among 50% of people, black beans increase flatulence more than other beans."

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