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5 Reasons to Start Eating Peanut Butter

Peanut butter is a paste made from dried, unsalted, roasted peanuts. It is great for consumption in any form, and can also be used to prepare various desserts. It can be included in the group of healthy foods that are rich in protein, carbohydrates, monounsaturated fatty acids and vitamins such as folic acid, niacin, pantothenic acid, pyridixine, riboflavin, thiamine, vitamins E, C and A, and the minerals contain: sodium, magnesium, calcium, manganese, phosphorus, selenium, copper, iron and zinc. Peanut butter has a lot of nutrients and is included in a healthy diet. Eating in moderation can provide you with health benefits. Peanut butter is a particularly good source of vitamin E and B3 or niacin, as well as protein and certain minerals. While most of the fats contained in peanut butter are unsaturated fats and are healthy for the heart.

 

Some experts say that peanut butter is good for you because clinical studies have shown that people who eat nuts or peanuts have better heart health. Researchers have found that some people who consume nuts and peanuts in moderation have a reduced risk of heart disease. But when you eat peanut butter, you eat more than just peanuts.
Most commercial brands of peanut butter include added sugar and hydrogenated oils. Many natural and organic varieties can add sweeteners and extra oils to get the creamy texture that most of us enjoy. And even if you eat healthy peanuts when you eat peanut butter, it is possible to add foods to your diet that are not necessarily good for you. When we buy peanut butter, it is important to choose butter that is made from 100% peanut butter and has no preservatives or additives.

Benefits of consuming peanut butter:

▪ Reduces the risk of death.

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According to a 2015 study, eating nuts, peanuts and the like every day is associated with a reduced risk of death. The reason for this is that they all contain mono and polyunsaturated fats that are rich in antioxidants as well as potassium, which has a positive effect on maintaining a healthy blood pressure. In addition, they are rich in fiber and contain plant phytosterol (an ingredient that is similar in structure to cholesterol, which has the power to reduce blood cholesterol levels)

▪ Improves muscle and nerve health.

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Magnesium is a mineral that participates in more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body, and peanut butter is rich in it. About 12% of the recommended daily allowance in a single serving (2 tablespoons). This means that butter can help regulate body temperature, detoxify, produce energy, form strong bones and teeth, and maintain a healthy nervous system.

▪ Gives energy.

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Protein, fiber and healthy fats provide energy to the body and help maintain a stable blood sugar level.

▪ Calms.

 

Eating peanut butter can help combat the effects of stress. It contains beta-sitosterol which normalizes high levels of cortisol and may enhance immunity.

▪ It “turns off” the obesity genes.

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Peanuts have a “hidden weapon” in the form of genistein – an ingredient that directly affects weight genes, helping to reduce their function and reduce the body’s ability to store fat (beans and lentils have the same ingredient).

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