The Health Benefits of Peanuts: Rich in Unsaturated Fatty Acids for Blood Vessel Health

2023-11-05 08:32:22

Rich in unsaturated fatty acids that are beneficial to blood vessels… Reduces neutral fat and ‘bad’ cholesterol

Entered 2023.11.05 17:31 Views 5,601 Entered 2023.11.05 17:31 Modified 2023.11.05 17:42 Views 5,601 Peanuts are prone to rancidity, so it is safe to keep them refrigerated and frozen and then take them out little by little. [사진=클립아트코리아]

These days, it’s the ‘rediscovery’ of peanuts. Peanuts, which were once considered a way to kill time, are receiving a lot of attention as it is known that they help blood circulation by reducing neutral fat in the blood vessels. Many older people are looking for health news that it helps slow aging and prevent heart disease. Let’s take a look again at the health effects of peanuts.

Healthy snacks for people around the world… A crop with a long cultivation history, originating in South America

Peanuts are widely known as a healthy food, ranking among the top 10 health foods in the United States. In Korea, the number of people who eat it intentionally is increasing. Peanuts are a crop with a long cultivation history, originating in South America. It is a food that people around the world are looking for because it is rich in high-quality protein. Peanuts are often eaten raw or processed into stir-fried form and used as butter. It is used not only as a snack, but also as an ingredient in confectionery and baking, and as a health food for patients.

Contributes to preventing hyperlipidemia and vascular disease… Effect of slowing aging

Peanuts are high in unsaturated fatty acids, which play a role in lowering the levels of triglycerides and ‘bad’ cholesterol (LDL), which are harmful to blood health. It significantly reduces fat in the blood vessels and helps blood circulate throughout the body, helping prevent hyperlipidemia, arteriosclerosis, heart disease, and stroke. It is rich in vitamin E, which strengthens hair and slows hair loss. It protects cell membranes and is good for skin elasticity, slowing down aging.

Why peanut butter is good for your health… Eating less helps with diet

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Contrary to the preconceptions of the word ‘butter’, peanut butter is good for your health because of peanuts. Because it is high in vegetable protein, it provides a feeling of fullness and prevents overeating during meals. It is also good for brain cells, skin, and heart health. Eating the right amount without eating too much is also good for weight loss. However, some products add palm oil, sugar, etc. to save money and add flavor. When purchasing, it is safe to check the ingredient list carefully to check the content of saturated fat and sugar.

If you eat too much, you can gain weight… After storing in the freezer, take it out and eat it little by little.

If you eat a lot of peanuts, your stomach may not digest and absorb them well and you may gain weight due to their high fat content. If it smells and feels dry when eating it, it is best to avoid it. Peeled peanuts are prone to rancidity. As a snack, you should not leave it in the living room or office for a long time. It is safe to store in an airtight container, refrigerated or frozen, and then take it out in small portions.

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