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Saskatchewan Research Council publishes new research on GHG impact of pulses in Western Canada

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A new study by the Saskatchewan Research Council in collaboration with Pulse Canada highlights the role of peas and lentils in reducing overall greenhouse gas emissions of Western Canadian cropping systems. The researchers compiled data from over 20 published studies …

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Pulse Canada research featured in Medical News Today

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Research published by Pulse Canada on the benefits of pulse consumption was featured by Medical News Today on July 5 in an article titled: Which foods are good for constipation? The article referenced a study published in late 2017 by the journal …

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New study links lentil consumption to reduced blood sugar levels

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A new study from University of Guelph has demonstrated that full or partial replacement of rice or potatoes with lentils can reduce spikes in blood sugar after a meal. The study, published in the Journal of Nutrition, shows that replacing …

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