Peanut butter benefits: How can it help with weight loss?

Good news for peanut butter lovers. According to experts, this product has many health benefits and one is that it may help you lose weight. Find out more information here

Not only is peanut butter delicious but it also has many benefits for your health. Rick Hay, a dietitian from the Healthista Collective, reveals that there are three main benefits of eating peanut butter. Let’s see.

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1) It can help you lose weight

Isn’t that incredible? Several studies suggest that eating peanuts and other types of nuts can help people lose weight. This happens due to the fact that peanuts improve satiety, meaning that you feel fuller for longer when you eat them. This is possible thanks to their high protein, fat, and fiber content.

‘Nuts and nut butter are both great as a healthy cravings buster, making them perfect for those who are looking to maintain a healthy weight. That’s why I recommend nut butter to my students when giving my lectures at The College of Naturopathic Medicine on Sustainable Weight Management,’ explains Hay.

Peanut butter is a good post-workout snack

It is a good post-workout snack

Recently peanut butter has been recognized as a high protein snack that can be good as a post-workout snack. In every 100 grams of peanut butter, there is a whopping 27 grams of protein. 

According to Iowa State University, consuming 20 grams of protein after your workout can maximize muscle repair and recovery. And the best thing about this is that peanut butter and also nut butter are easy to incorporate into your everyday diet: breakfast, sauces, desserts, among others. 

Peanut butter is good for your heart

It is good for your heart

Because of its nutrients, it is said that peanut butter can lower the risk of many diseases like heart disease, obesity, and diabetes. Monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs) are one of its nutrients, and you can also find them in olive oil and avocados.

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