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Get the Info about Peanut Butter!

Many people think of peanut butter as a non healthy food due to its high caloric content and the amount of fat found in it!

Peanut butter was invented in 1890 as a meat protein substitute beacause it is very high in protein but it is actually made of ground-up peanuts.  So peanut butter offers a nutrient-rich  addition to your snacks, meals and desserts! :D

There is a surprising amount of nutritional value found in the product!!

 

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2 Tablespoons peanut butter contains 7 grams of protein needed  to build and repair muscle tissue. In  addition to building muscles and boosting  metabolism,  protein-rich foods like peanut  butter makes you feel fuller for a longer time. The protein in peanuts, contains an incomplete set of amino acids, so you should have a  glass of milk with your peanut butter sandwich to complete the set.

Remember!! Protein is necessary to build muscle and keep the body strong for young and old people as well! It is excellent for athletes!!

Peanut butter contains saturated and unsaturated fats! Unsaturated ratio is much higher than the saturated one which means that peanut butter can lower your risk of developing  heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

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2 Tablespoons of peanut butter contain about 2 grams of dietetic fiber. You know by now that Fiber helps regulate your digestive system by promoting healthy bowel  movements. Plus it keeps you satisfied for a longer time!

Believe me it is an excellent idea to enjoy peanut butter in moderation, and there is no reason to avoid it due to the amount of fat it contains!! At the ned it is the good fat that we all need! ;)

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