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The Nutritional Benefits Of Peanuts

Publish tina On 2017-06-12

1. Control appetite
Peanuts are a "high satiety" food that makes you feel fuller, or longer. An article in the journal nutrition and metabolism found that people who snack on peanuts eat less. Purdue university professor of nutritional sciences Dr Matese said: "the peanut high satiety is not just a fat, dietary fiber and protein content, but the result of all factors synergy." Kathy McManus, head of nutrition at brigham and women's hospital, says that eating peanuts or peanut butter at breakfast reduces the amount of food eaten during the day. [5]
2. Help to reduce salt
Salty snacks are usually high-salt foods. But the salty peanut is less salty than the same weight of sliced bread and frozen waffles. As a result, salty peanuts not only satisfy your salty tastes, but also don't lead to overeating.
3. Stable blood sugar
The study found that if people switched a portion of red meat from their diet to peanuts, the risk of developing diabetes decreased by 21 percent. Peanuts slow the absorption of carbohydrates. If you eat peanuts in the morning, your blood sugar will not be too high.
4,Keep your heart healthy
Those who ate the most peanuts reduced their risk of coronary heart disease by 35 percent. The researchers believe that the composition of fatty acid in peanut, plus other ingredients, can lower LDL (bad cholesterol) levels, make them stronger.
5,Reduce the risk of colon cancer
The researchers found that women who ate peanuts at least twice a week reduced their risk of colon cancer by 58 percent. Men who ate peanuts at least twice a week reduced their risk by 27 percent. Scientists have analyzed the effects of folic acid in peanuts and other cancer-fighting nutrients.


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