A fatty treat that helps in weight loss!
Peanuts (often also called groundnuts) are the fruit of the plant Arachis hypogaea. They are most commonly classified as a nut, even though they are a legume from a botanical point of view. The origin of the plant reaches back to South America, where it grew wild most likely in Peru (roughly 7,600 years ago). Peanuts contain a lot of the minerals that we need to lose weight in a healthy way, but also the nutrients necessary for the growth and proper function of the muscles.
- Peanuts support hematopoiesis, have a positive effect on people with heart diseases and help against skin diseases.
- They also have positive effects in the prevention of tooth decay.
- Thanks to their healthy fat content, they lower cholesterol and sugar levels in the blood, improve memory, boost the immune system, and even help in weight loss.
- They contain antioxidants that protect cells, tissues and organs. They have a positive effect on the nervous system.
Vitamins and minerals: Peanut buttercontains a number of beneficial vitamins and minerals, including B vitamins, vitamin E, magnesium, potassium, zinc, manganese, and phosphorus. It also contains folic acid, the antioxidant resveratrol and coenzyme Q10.
Country of origin: China