While doing your grocery shopping, you may not want to add peanut butter to your list because you think it might contain too much fat.
You can get the best from your peanut butter if it doesn’t contain unnecessary additives. Peanut butter is rich in magnesium, copper, fats, protein and niacin.
Here are some health benefits:
It may help you lose weight: Surprised! Don’t be. Nutritionists say that taking peanut butter with banana or other fruits, it can make you feel full for a long time and keep hunger bangs away.
Boost gut health: The dietary fiber in peanut butter the good bacteria that lives in your gut. This aids digestion, reduces inflammation and boost immunity.
It may have anticancer properties: It contains bioactive chemicals like resveratrol, phytosterios and p-coumaric acid. All these helps fight cancer. It also contains vitamin E, which protects cells from free radicals damage.
Helps with heart diseases and diabetes: It high contents of healthy fats and monounsaturated fats replaces saturated fatty acids in your diet. This helps to lower bad cholesterol in your and leaves the good cholesterol in your body. It reduces the risk of getting type 2 diabetes.
It promotes healthy muscles: It is rich in magnesium, potassium and other minerals that support muscle function and growth.