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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Not Just A Delicious Spread: 7 Reasons Why You Should Eat Peanut Butter

Perhaps, you know peanut butter as a delicious spread; something that makes a good sandwich, something that goes well with your morning toast and coffee. What you don't know is that aside from its good taste, there are a number of healthy reasons why you should love it even more.


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According to Natural Food Series, many are unaware that peanut butter actually comes with "impressive health benefits".

"Growing up, given that you weren’t allergic to peanuts, peanut butter was likely as indispensable part of your childhood. Sure, it made for a quick convenient snack from your parents point of view, but little did they do that it was actually very beneficial on your health," it noted.

1. Boosts energy
The fats found in peanut butter it, along with fiber and protein, helps stabilize insulin levels and ensure a constant energy supply for hours. One may eat it in the morning if he/she needs a stimulant.

2. Reduces allergies
Studies found that people who start consuming peanut butter at a young age are at lower risk of developing serious allergies later on in life; including peanut allergies themselves.

3. Prevents migraines 
According to researches, peanut butter is rich in magnesium, which studies have found to be associated with reduced frequency and severity of migraines.

4. Helps build muscle mass
Peanut butter has protein, which is essential for the muscle building process.

5. Reduces appetite
Consumption of nutrient dense food like peanut butter can help suppress your appetite and cravings.

6. Good for the skin
Peanut butter is a rich source of Vitamin E, which is important in maintaining good skin health. As a result, the skin becomes radiant, well-moisturized, and young.

7. Reduces risk of heart disease
Peanut butter contains lots of heart friendly fats; including the poly and monounsaturated ones.

This article was filed under Health, Health news, Healthy life news, Newshealth, Healthy Living, Health blogs, Health benefits, and Peanut butter.
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