Peanuts as Your Dynamite!

Peanuts are one of the ingredients of dynamite.


I remembered when I was a kid, my mom often advised me to eat some peanuts if I’m hungry during school breaks. Peanuts are handy snack and good to boost your energy! So, it does make sense right? Dynamite needs energy to explode.

Peanuts! Makes you healthy!

Despite the fact that peanuts can be one of the dynamite’s components, let’s check out what are their offers for your health benefits as natural remedies.

1. Numerous research studies, have found that frequent nut consumption is related to reduce risk of cardiovascular disease. To lower your risk of cardiovascular and coronary heart disease, enjoy a handful of peanuts or other nuts, or a tablespoon of nut butter, at least 4 times a week.

2. Rich in antioxidants as many fruits

3. Reducing the risk of stroke

4. A number of studies have shown that nutrients found in peanuts, including folic acid, phytosterols, phytic acid (inositol hexaphosphate) and resveratrol, may have anti-cancer effects. To help prevent colon cancer, avoid pickled foods, but enjoy peanuts at least twice each week.

5. Preventing gallbladder disease.

6. Protection against Alzheimer’s disease and age-related cognitive decline.

7. Lowers Risk of Weight Gain.

Practical Tip:

Don’t let concerns about gaining weight prevent you from enjoying the delicious taste and many health benefits of nuts!
Spread some nut butter on your morning toast or bagel.
Remember how many great childhood lunches involved a peanut butter and jelly sandwich? Upgrade that lunchbox favorite by spreading organic peanut butter and concord grape jelly on whole wheat bread.
Fill a celery stick with nut butter for an afternoon pick-me-up.
Sprinkle a handful of nuts over your morning cereal, lunchtime salad, dinner’s steamed vegetables.
Or just enjoy a handful of lightly roasted nuts as a healthy snack.
Packing one peanut butter and jelly sandwich (be sure to use whole wheat bread for its fiber, vitamins and minerals) for lunch each week.
Having a handful of peanuts as an afternoon pick me up.
Tossing some peanuts on your oatmeal or salad.
Spread peanut butter on your morning waffle, whole grain toast or mid-morning crackers.
Add a tablespoon of peanut butter to your morning smoothie.
Enjoy a handful of dry roasted peanuts with a glass of tomato juice as an afternoon snack.
Combine peanut butter, coconut milk, and ready-to-use Thai red or green curry paste for a quick, delicious sauce. Pour over healthy sautéed vegetables. Use as a cooking sauce for tofu or salmon.
Toss cooked brown rice with sesame oil, chopped peanuts, scallions, sweet red pepper, parsley and currants.
When purchasing peanut butter, be sure to read the label. Hydrogenated(trans-) fats and sugar are often added to peanut butter.
Buy organic and choose brands that contain peanuts, salt-and nothing else!

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